I like the dimensions of this wallet, which I could not find in a men's
October 8, 2020
I wish the wallets could be compared by dimensions, as that was what was important to me. It was very frustrating. I bought this woman's so called wallet because I just stumbled on it and it works amazingly well for me, a senior male. I wanted a wallet that was easier than my old wallet to get out of pockets and that was secure, meaning things were not going to go flying out every time I pulled it out of my pocket. This has a clasp and more friction in the card slots.
Just what you don't need in a wallet is credit cards and licenses going flying and you not noticing it. That is kind of the primary purpose of a wallet, to keep sensitive stuff secure. This works in this regard, and it comes in lots of colors. Nice. This has just what I wanted in slots and pockets, and no more! I could nit pick, but I won't here.
Merchant Response:Hi DR, Thank you for your feedback! We have an RFID Blocking Taxicat :) but totally understand just using the RFID Blocking Sleeve. For a larger coin pocket I'd suggest our front pocket Executive style or our Trixie TriFold. Thank you for your review! BigSkinny
ProsRight dimensions to do what is important and not more.
Worked for me in terms of slots and pockets.
ConsChange part could be easier to use, longer zipper maybe. ? Most change containers don't work well, so this is no exception.
The way the cash pocket is sewed on the ends interferes with putting the cash bills in and out. Not a big deal, but maybe could be better.
The ID / license slot could be less slippery. I put some glue on that area to make it stickier. Other pockets seem OK.
RF blocking would be nice, but I am a bit skeptical if those type wallets really work as advertised, having read comments about such wallets not really working in this regard. . I would not pay much extra for that feature. So my license which came in a RF sleeve, is still in that sleeve in the ID pocket with the clear plastic, LOL.