(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 ROIK City wallet. It comes packaged in a sturdy black box and wrapped in a cotton felt pocket. There is also an instruction card included. This is the blue lagoon color.
The ROIK City wallet has one card slot on both sides of the exterior, both of which are non- RFID which is very helpful when you want to use tap cards, hotel keys, etc. On the interior, there is one card slot on each side. Each of the interior card slots have flaps that open up for the billfold area. This provides an area for cash, including unfolded euro bills.
I was able to fit six cards inside. The company says it can handle up to ten. I put five slips of US cash folded over once. When it comes to inserting Euros, I didn’t have to fold them. This wallet was made in Europe, so from a width perspective, it can handle euros without a problem. The wallet can handle up to ten cards, depending on the currency and card combination you have. Business cards also fit fine.
This wallet was designed and manufactured in Spain. It is handcrafted using premium leather. I couldn’t determine what kind it exactly is. It is a thin cut because of the precision of this particular wallet, and it comes in eight colors.
It is priced at $57 (you will be directed to eBay by clicking on this link). I ordered mine from an online retailer, as their home site cannot ship to the United States. You can find these on eBay too for purchase and shipment in the United States
The wallet is very thin and something I would enjoy carrying in my front pocket. It is easy to pull cards out quickly. When you want cash, you do not have to dig under a pocket because it is not sewn at the top, which makes it open and easily accessible. The design is very nice.
It measures 3.7 by 2.8 by 0.4”, and weighs 36 grams and has a three year guarantee.
The wallet was created by two 30-year-olds, Rosa and Eric who never liked to carry cumbersome, heavy wallets, so they decided to come up with something new. Their goal has therefore become to design a thin, comfortable, and less cumbersome type of wallet. The entire production of ROIK wallets is carried out by hand in a workshop in Ubrique, Spain, a land with a long tradition in the production of leather products.
For the final score, quality a 4, price a 3, features, a 3, usability a 4, and perception a 3. That gives us a final score of 36 out of 50.