(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
As you noticed, I got 9 cards and 6 slips of cash in the money club. Anymore and it will require a break in period to make it work. The company recommends 12 cards plus cash. And I think it would take a little bit of time for it to get there.
It’s made of Crazy Horse leather. It also has this very nice navy blue Canvas accent. It’s chrome tanned and it does have RFID features using a fabric liner which does affect the leather quantity as you can see it here on the inside slots.
It’s priced at $28. The company is located in the US, in Utah, but I can’t find on their website where it’s made, so we’ll assume it’s made in China. And that is a fair price. A break-in period for this will be required before maximum use can be achieved.
One issue I found is this center section, due to the leather wrapping around, causes cards to catch when trying to pull them out. This is due in part to the depth of the slot (which could accommodate cash, that it sits in and because it lacks continuity of material, with it not going all the way down.
It also has a D ring for attaching keys if you’re interested. It measures 4” x 3.2” x .2” thin. This awkward looking separator piece that sticks out here does provide good organization between both sides, making it easier to segment your cards, but it does have the usability problem I mentioned above.
Now for the final score for quality a 3, price a 3, features a 3, usability a 3 and perception a 3. That gives us a final score of 31 out of 50 or 3.1 out of 5.