(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
Today we are going to review the Infinity Supply Wallet. This is a band type wallet and very minimalist in nature. It comes in a nice little box.
The following is the feature review of the Infinity Wallet. This is a band wallet and is minimalist, so with that, we shouldn’t expect a whole lot of features. It has essentially three slots which includes two card slots, front and back and a middle pass through cash slot.
Now onto the card and cash insertion test. The company says it can hold 1 to 10 cards plus cash. I was able to get 8 cards in here, 4 on either side as well as 5 slips of cash. The cash does kind of push out on both sides. However, on the side where the cards are at, the cards cover it. This is designed and made in the United States. It is made of what appears to be strong elastic material that is sewn together around the edges and the bottom. There have been reports that the sewing on the elastic side begins to fray over time. The tension on this appears to rely on it lengthwise. The pricing for this is $13 which is very reasonable.
The measurements are 1.7 x 3.4 x 0.1”. With 8 cards and 5 slips of cash, it is still just barely 0.2, 0.3” thick. With it being that thin, it would not leave a big footprint in your pocket. This is a small company. They make a variety day packs and minimalist wallets. Their whole direction as a company is towards simplification, so you might be interested to check them out.
For the final score. For quality, a 3. Price, a 3. Features, a 2. Usability, a 3 and perception a 3. That gives us a final score of 29 out of 50.