(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
As demonstrated it easily fit 5 cards, 1 per slot, plus 5 slips of cash and it almost closed. It might seem odd that with so few cards and cash this should have still easily closed, but not to worry. As it breaks in, it will be able to hold more, close just fine and begin to mold to your contents and usage patterns. The company says it can hold 4 to 12 cards plus cash.
This material is what they call Future Form. It’s a 10XD rip stop fabric that operates, feels and can be broken in like leather but is slimmer than leather and stronger than steel. The fabric is made from ultra high molecular weight polyethylene yarn, is waterproof, does not absorb moisture and is washer safe. They’ve also reinforced areas with additional stitching which removes seams. It’s designed in the United States and manufactured in Vietnam.
The price is $89, it may seem on the high range but we’re okay it due to the materials and manufacturing techniques. Speaking of manufacturing, they apply a heat fused membrane that gives this wallet its structure and leather like hand feel. It’s also the core technology that helps the wallet break-in and shape molding without breaking down or wearing out prematurely. Regarding usability, it’s not as rigid as the Matter wallet was from a previous review, this one is a lot easier to work with. It’s easier to load up and the break-in period should be shorter.
The wallet measures 4.33” x 3.54” x .5” thin. This is a neat, futuristic product that has great texture in interest to it.
Now let’s go through the final score, for quality a 4, for price a 3, features a 3, usability 3, and perception a 4, that give us a final score of 33/50 .