As you can tell we got 12 cards throughout the different slots without a problem the slots on the left could only comfortably handle 1 card in each slot.
10 plus slips of cash in the bill fold worked just fine with enough width to handle any other country currency. And there’s still room for coins or keys in the magnetic slot area.
The company recommends 8-10 cards plus up to 25 slips of cash, but that number seems excessive. Once you put sundries in there you’ll notice that the wallet starts to get rather bulky.
(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
We have top grain, veg-tanned leather. It’s missing the imperfections you’d see from full-grain and top grain as they needed to strip it down reduce the thickness to accommodate the design, but it’s still wonderful leather. The stitching is nice, it’s a fold over edge due to the thickness of the letter, which is fine due to the design. The pricing is $36, it’s made in Pakistan and shipping is free to the USA. That’s an excellent price point for the quality of leather and handmade nature of the wallet.
Usability is fairly easy to use. The quick access slots in the front left are only good for one card each and a pull tab would have been a nice touch for the deeper pocket on the right side. But the bill fold area is deep, very deep and accessible which makes any country currency easy to access.
The wallet measures 4.41” wide by 3.35 “long by .4”. Our overall perception is this is a wonderful organization based in Pakistan. It’s producing very thoughtful designs in a very environmentally conscious way. They’re working towards a B-Corp certification like Bellroy, which takes commitment. With that, let’s get into the ratings: for quality it gets a 4, for pricing a 5, for features a 4, for usability a 3 and perception a 4. The result is a 3.8 out of 5 or 38 out of 50