New Swiss Travel Products Black Tri-Fold Nylon Wallet With Zippered Coin Compartment
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- New Swiss Travel Products Black Tri-Fold Nylon Wallet With Zippered Coin Compartment
- With 4 credit card slot holders inside the wallet. Open Dimensions are 9.75" L X 4.5" H. Closed dimensions are 4.5" X 3.25".
- Single money holder slot inside the wallet.
- S-Kross by Swiss Travel Products logo on outside the wallet.
- Famous Swiss Travel Products Brand.
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Top Customer Reviews
1. Dimensions of the wallet make it large enough for bills (foreign and U.S.) but small enough to fit easily in pants pocket.
2. Wallet opening is a left to right velcro pull, making it natural for a right-hander to open (with bill opening upright).
3. Easily accessible sleeves in front/middle portion for credit cards and drivers license. Sleeves hold cards snug so they don't fall out when wallet turned upside down.
4. Durable material and double stitching will hopefully allow it to last a long time, yet very light weight and relatively thin depth even when filled with cards and bills.
And the card holder is very lose...your CC can really slide out unless you put a few of them in there.
This trifold wallet is almost perfect for a several reasons:
1) Those larger paper bills that the rest of the world seems to use (when compared to the small sized US dollar bills) will actually fit in a trifold, as opposed to a bifold.
2) You can carry change because there is a zipper pocket. The rest of the world also have large denomination coins, as opposed to the dimes, nickels and pennies in the U.S. So it's expensive to not keep and use your change when overseas.
3) I always keep my receipts. A trifold can carry a lot of cards, large receipts, etc. while still staying a lot smaller in size compared to a bifold.
4) The canvas-like material of the wallet itself is very light, so the overall weight of the wallet stays nice and light compared to a leather wallet.
5) It's water proof. Since it's not leather, getting it soaked does not matter, and it will dry quickly. So don't worry about swimming with it or accidentally sending it through the wash.
The only thing that I'm not a big fan of is velcro. I think that I would prefer button clasps to keep it shut. But I guess velcro would hold up better against accidentally stepping on it or being able to close it if you have to pack it with a ton of stuff.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My dad loved it. It was the only wallet I could find that fit his style with all the necessary compartments for him (and he is picky!)Published 15 days ago by Myriah
Best investment I ever made! Bought my grandson a wallet several yrs.
ago and it was stolen at a slumber party. Read more
I purchased this wallet for two reason: A decent amount of pockets for cards and the coin pocket. I really need a coin pocket in a wallet because I hate carrying coins in my pant's... Read morePublished on July 7, 2013 by Motiur
Wallet is made of very thin nylon. Poorly sewn zipper compartment. Zipper was not sewn all the way across compartment which allows coins to fall out. I would not purchase again.Published on September 7, 2012 by Old reliable
This is a very small wallet which is made from very flimsy material. With my driver's license, ATM card, 3 credit cards, and 10 $1 bills in it, I have to struggle to get the... Read morePublished on September 4, 2012 by Jack
It is a good everyday wallet. It is simple and compact. The inside is a little bit flimsy, But that's what you get for a ten dollar wallet.Published on July 18, 2012 by Noah
not happy. cheap junky product. Got a better velcro bi fold wallet at the 99 cents store for a dollar. better off to keep shopping around.Published on January 13, 2012 by David J. Stomp
Coin purse tore the very first day with only three coins in the pocket. Just not worth the already cheap price.Published on November 5, 2011 by Michael Lebo