(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
As you saw this thing is a behemoth. This is a George Costanza wallet. That’s from Seinfeld if you’re not familiar. This wallet looks almost exactly like it, you be the judge based on these pictures.
It held 13 cards and 11 slips of cash between its various pockets, as well as $3 in In coins, You can use the second billfold pocket for receipts or just use it for anything else. The size is generous. It’s made of 100% genuine leather, the next below Full and Top, and has a leather polyester lining. That lining also doubles for RFID protection. It has painted edges with folded over sewing, to protect it from wearing too fast. It’s priced at $69 and is made in China. And from a usability perspective, it certainly has plenty of organizational opportunities and places to put your things.
It measures 4.72” x 3.74” x 1” thick!
Our perception this is this is a hefty bifold wallet with all kinds of features. So if you’re looking for something with a lot of options, it may be on the larger side, but this one is for you. Now, I can’t find this model on their website anymore, I bought it off of Amazon, the link is in the notes below. So I don’t know whether it’s been discontinued or if it’s only available on Amazon and other sites. Generally the volume of new products quickly push out old models. And that’s very common with large retailers like Fossil. Similar things happen with companies like Tumi, Herschel, and others.
Let’s get into the final score. For quality a 3 price a 2, features a 4, usability a 3, and perception a 3. That gives us a final score of 29 out of 50 or 2.9 out of 5. Thanks for joining us. Please see if these videos look interesting and let us know what you think. Invite your friends to subscribe and ring the bell.
This fabric is made from post-consumer water bottles that have been converted to a resin that is texturized into a yarn.