(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
Today’s review is on the Jaimie Jacobs Nano Boy Band Wallet for cards, cash and coins. It comes in a sturdy black box with the signature stamped on the front. On the inside top of the box they have a printed diagram of the wallet and how it should be used. On the inside bottom of the box, there is also a printed QR code which will give you video instructions. This particular wallet is the cognac color.
The Jaimie Jacobs Nano Boy is a band wallet. There is a pull strap located on the top. However, the pull strap is not meant for quick access to cards, but for cards you don’t use as often. There is also a coin pouch. As previously mentioned, outside of North America, coins are used very heavily, so having wallets with coin capabilities is very common and utilized. In the middle of the wallet is a second slot. This is where you would put your quick access cards.
I was able to get two cards in the quick access slot and five cards in the center compartment. I also got three slips of cash folded over twice and six coins inside. The company says it can hold up to 13 cards including business cards. From a minimalist perspective I would say it could carry four to eight cards reasonably.
This is made in Europe by manufacturers that are located in Munich, Germany. It is made from Italian leather and German elastic. The pull strap is made from heavy duty material that will not break. The wallet has a 10 year warranty on any quality issues that might fail during this time period. This is an indication of their high standards and the belief that their products will last a long time.
The wallet is priced at $30. From a usability perspective, it is very easy. It is very compact and feels very small in your pocket.
It measures 3.39 x 2.2 x 0.63” and weighs 26 grams.
For the final score. For quality a 4. Price a 4. Features a 4 and perception a 4. That gives us a final score of 40 out of 50.