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About the product
- Grey Sony PlayStation Console Men's Wallet
- Measures approx. 11.5cm (L) x 11cm (W) x 1.5cm (D) when closed
- 4 x card slots, zip coin pocket, 4 x small inner pockets and 2 x note compartments
- Made from PU with Polyester inner lining
- 100% official Sony licensed PlayStation merchandise
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This Sony Playstation Bifold Wallet is the perfect collectable for gaming fans. It recreates the classic Playstation Console to the finest detail including power, eject and reset buttons. The wallet features a button snap opening which replicates the consoles disc tray. Inside there is space for notes and cards as well as a zip-up coin pocket and Playstation logo. Officially licensed. The Sony Playstation console was first relelased in 1994 and became the best-selling video game console of all time which led to the release of further models. It became the first console to ship over 100 million units worldwide making it an iconic and well known product to not only hardcore gaming fans but also to the more casual player.
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I heard this thing will break apart quickly but it looks like it'll hold up okay to me. If it breaks or if anything falls apart I'll update this review.
Update: 8 months later, wallet is still fine. No problems whatsoever. Some people who complained about durability, but mine's good.
The wallet is rather big and very malleable. The corners seem to get bent while in my pocket (mind you I keep my wallet in my front pocket, back pocket may work better for this wallet). The stitching appears high quality. The main pocket actually has a divider lengthwise, so you could separate cash from receipts, or anything else you'd want. The zipper pocket is too small to fit a standard cards like debit, credit, and driver's license. Instead of the zipper pocket I would have preferred a clear plastic ID pouch.
This wallet looks incredible, it really did remind me of a PS1 at first. But the 'disc tray' clasp jets out too far too look clean. Also if you are really a stickler and want the 'Playstation' ascetic, the disc flips up from the wrong side. A visual flaw that could have been fixed by simply inverting the design. But the issues are more than just looks. That same clasp jets the wallet profile far more than it should. Making it difficult to fit in pockets at times. Since the 'tray' portion clips into a set loction it always sits to far forward, and cannot be adjusted. They could have offset this flaw with magnets or velcro but alas you'd need to mod that in if it bugs you. Another issue is the wallets fold. It seems preset to hold a set amount of money or cards. Which limits the wallet to holding minimal amounts of either comfortably, though they make space seem available in pictures. The wallet fold's inner walls make it have a set 'bulk' as putting too much money in makes folding the thing a bit of a nightmare if you have too many cards in it. Let alone if you put coins in the zipper pocket. With US bills if you put them in so they hit the bottom of the wallet, they sit in an inch deep. Which is even more frustrating as they put in a separation in to devide bills. So if you are using USD or a similarly tall currency its a chore to get money out of the thing.
You can rather easily remove the offendind clasp and clips if you have a sleady hand and patience. Then affix the disk tray portion on the wallet to preserve the look.
Has TONS of pockets and nooks to put cash, cards etc in. like A LOT. Even has a zipper pocket which is nice.
The "disc tray" on the wallet is a fold out flap with a button on the inside that snaps the wallet shut, which is useful if you're stuffing it to the brim.
Folds well even with tons in it.
But that's also the downfall- This is the largest wallet I've ever had. I now use my Secrid wallet as my main and put all my other extras in this guy and put it in my car or nearby when I need it.
Very cool but very large; Would be better to be placed in a purse not a pocket. Cool novelty though.