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Today’s review is on the Aurochs Nano wallet. Aurochs has a great variety of wallet designs, and the Nano is their small card holder. It comes packaged in a well made padded satchel with their company logo etched onto it and is something you can reuse.
There is an external card slit on one side of the wallet and one additional card slot on the other side. There is also an internal slot that is useful for more cards or cash.
I was able to get six cards in the wallet. I put four in the external slot, one in the slit, and three slips of cash folded over once in the interior pocket. Minimalist carry on this would be three to five. The company says it can handle up to 10 cards with some emergency cash. Yen and Euro over twenty notes would have to be folded over twice.
The Aurochs Nano wallet is designed and made in Pakistan. It is made of a thin cut, full grain veg tanned leather from Southeast Asia. I have reviewed several of their wallets in the past, and the quality of the leather is very good.
The wallet is priced at $40 without RFID and $45 with RFID.
The wallet is surprisingly thinner than you would think, and is very light. Access to cards in the exterior pocket is very easy. Whereas most card wallets are bound on both sides, this one is not. It is quite clever as to how it comes together. It can accommodate a maximum or minimalistic carry.
The wallet measures 3 x 3.8 x .16” and weighs 19 grams.
For the final score: For quality a 3, price a 3, features a 3; usability a 4, and perception a 4. That gives us a final score of 34 out of 50.