(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
Today we will be reviewing the Wingback Card wallet. This wallet is in the same family as the Wingback Winston and Wingback Cash wallet. The Wingback wallet provides us with a semi kind of bi-fold environment, but it is very much the size of a card. It’s very small and petite. When we open it up, we really have what we’re going to get. On the left hand side, we have a card slot. Cards go in here. They actually protrude a little in the corner. On the right hand side, we have two slots. We have a quick access slot for cash or cards and another slot behind it for more cards. It is made of one piece of leather that is wrapped and stitched and is fantastic looking. The leather on this is just amazing.
For the card and cash insertion we got 6 cards as well as 3 slips of cash folded over twice. The company indicates you can get 8 to 10 cards in there and a few slips of cash. Of course that’s because this is made of premium leather so it will stretch out over time. On the top there is some beautiful burnishing and painted edges. Of course these are the only edges you find, because the rest of it comes from a single piece of leather that has been pulled together and then stitched.
The wallet is designed and handmade in the United Kingdom in London in particular. Like I said, it’s a full grain veg tanned leather, one piece, unlined leather which is a real sense of quality. The other thing to note is there is beveling that goes on there as well as beveled edges. This is just another attention to quality and detail that really makes this wallet stand out and demonstrates the craftsmanship.
The cost is $73 which is 60 pounds Sterling. Therefore, you are dealing with an exchange rate, which is a little high, but it is all handmade. The measurements on it are 3.62 x 2.48 x 0.35”. Because they are handmade, you can specify color in the thread. It is an excellent example of a company who cares about the entire life cycle of their product offerings.
Now for the final score. For quality, a 5. Price, a 2. Features, a 3. Usability, a 4. Perception, a 4. That gives us a final score 38 out of 50.
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