(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
We’re welcoming Daniel’s of New York Leather card holder into the office. Daniel’s is an up and coming New York brand which focuses on briefcases, belts and now wallets. The leather card wallet comes in a linen bag. A thank you card is included and there are some placer cards inside the wallet.
The Daniel’s of New York card holder is a simple card wallet. There is a slot on the front to be used for cards or cash. It has a middle slot in the interior. This could be used for the purpose of cards or cash. On the back side, there is another card slot which is identical to the one on the front.
I was able to get three cards and two slips of cash inside. For a minimalist carry, probably three cards. I think you reasonably could get up to five. The company recommends three to four cards per slot. This large of a capacity would definitely only work once the leather stretches.
This wallet is designed in New York and is made in Italy. It is a veg tanned Italian leather and is offered in eight colors. It has a nice burnished edge which goes all around the wallet. This provides a clean finish.
It is machine stitched and has double stitching on the top. This is important in all wallets, but especially high-quality wallets because it prevents it from ripping or tearing open over time. It ensures this is very secure.
The wallet is priced at $75.00. It measures 3.9 x 2.5 x .2″ and weighs 37 grams. The owner, Daniel Scott, was a former management consultant who took a leap into the accessories business. I like the quality that Daniel’s is releasing with their products. It sets the stage for long term success for them, but their pricing is a little high in balance to what they are selling, especially for a company this young. However, there is no question as to the quality of this wallet. It includes a one year warranty.
For the final score. For quality, a 5, price a 2, features a 3, usability a 3 and perception a 4. That gives us a final score of 36 out of 50.