As you saw, I stuffed 12 cards into the wallet in the 6 different card slots, and I put 5 slips of cash in the bill fold which is pretty much the max. But, the balance on how many cards versus cash will be your own preference. The company recommends only once card on the external slots which makes sense and is only they can really hold.
(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
It’s made from “genuine leather”, which is the lowest quality leather, with nylon RFID lining and stainless steel closures. I really dislike RFID, you can watch my video suggestion in the corner to understand why. The stainless steel clasp closure is a bit sharp, so be careful in how you handle it. Additionally, once the wallet gets too full it won’t close, so you’ll know when you’ve gone too far.
It costs $60 and is designed in Norway, with manufacturing in China, with free worldwide shipping. The diamond holes in this design are really unique and it provides easy thumb push slot for usage, even when the card is stuffed on the side. This is largely due to nylon lining which provides a low friction environment. For being a trifold, the wallet it can really hold a lot due to its compact nature. It operates very cleanly without bulk or excess material, and that’s because it measures 3.54” x 2.76” x .4” thin. So it’s really tight.
The company has two other models, the “city” and the “multiwallet” which we’ll look at in future reviews. But if you’re looking for a slim trifold, then you should also consider the nivisto Redfern and the DUN Fold wallets.
Now let’s go through the final score. For quality a 3, for price a 3, for features a 4, usability a 4 and perception a 3. That gives us a final score of 3.4 out of 5 or 34 out of 50.
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