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I hate fat wallets, and I cannot lie. And I don’t want to end up like this guy:

This is why, a few years ago, I started using a Jimi wallet. A slim, hard plastic card wallet billed as ‘The wallet for people who hate wallets’, the Jimi wallet won’t be to everyone’s taste. What you gain in svelteness of wallet, you lose in… well, it’s hard plastic. If you’re used to leather, the Jimi wallet could feel a bit tacky. You also lose the compartment where you store your money. That’s not a big deal to me as I tend to carry it loose, but I appreciate that for others this is the raison d’etre for having a wallet.

Anyway, my Jimi boy has been on its last legs for a few months now. The plastic fold that acts as a hinge has half-torn, and I managed to snap off half of a piece of its innards, which means I have a jagged piece of plastic about to slice my fingers every time I open it up.

I got some good usage out of my Jimi wallet, and I was quite prepared to buy another one (albeit perhaps in a snazzier colour than the original, which was black). However, it seems they’re a bit harder to get hold of in the UK these days, and I wasn’t inclined to pay for international shipping. So I started researching alternatives, which is how I encountered the Secrid range – and after one look at the Secrid Miniwallet’s whizzy card release mechanism, I was pretty much sold. At the time of writing I’ve owned it for about three weeks, and am thus far very happy with it.

Secrid is a Dutch brand whose wallets all contain an aluminium RFID card protector (one of the wallets even contains two of them). They call this feature, enigmatically, the Cardprotector. The Cardprotector is intended to prevent your RFID cards – that is, travel passes, chipped debit/credit cards, etc – from being read when they shouldn’t be. The card release mechanism means you can eject your cards and select the one you want to use at any particular time.

For anyone else wondering about the pros and cons of a Secrid Miniwallet versus a Jimi wallet, here are my findlings. I’ve compared them on price, size, style, bouncebackability, durability and capacity.

Secrid wallet v. Jimi wallet: price

Aside from style, which I’ll talk more about later, this is probably where the two wallets diverge the most. The Jimi wallet goes for only about $15/£10, although as I mentioned, I had trouble finding one in the UK recently so you might need to add international shipping to that if you’re in the UK. It was my aversion to paying for this that led me to the Secrid range which, er, cost a fair amount more than an internationally-shipped Jimi wallet would probably cost. Go figure (it out).

I paid £41.20 for my Secrid Miniwallet, including postage and packing from France (FYI that’s European shipping not international, ahem).

Secrid wallet v. Jimi wallet: size

As you can see, there’s not much to separate them on size. In fact, the dimensions of the main bodies of the wallets are almost identical. The differences come when you consider what I’m going to call The Protuberances. The Jimi wallet has a lid of sorts, which you open by applying pressure to the side of the wallet; while the Secrid has the card release switch at the bottom plus – on the model I bought – I front popper/clasp on a little strap which allows it to keep its shape.

In terms of thickness, again, there’s little difference – but the Secrid wallet’s strap means that section is a few millimetres thicker than the Jimi wallet. It’s worth noting here while the version I have is called the Secrid Miniwallet, there is a version without this strap feature, called the Slimwallet.

For minimalist slim wallet purists – and yes, they exist – the Secrid wallet might be that bit too thick. For me it’s fine – it’s only slightly bigger than the Jimi wallet I’ve been using for the last few years, and The Protuberances haven’t turned out to be things I wish I’d considered more carefully. It fits in my front jeans pocket just fine (I never put my wallet in my back pocket – but it would fit fine if you wanted to), it’s smaller than my phone and many other day-to-day objects. Even Radian B!

Secrid wallet v. Jimi wallet: style

Despite my Jimi wallet being, essentially, a hunk of black plastic, it did have a certain mysterious flair before it got all scratched up. When people saw it they would ask questions, like ‘Ooh, what’s that?’ (friends) and ‘Sir, is that an electronic device?’ (Newark airport security). While having people question you on your wallet is not necessarily a life goal in itself, it does make you feel, temporarily at least, like The Coolest.

The chances are that if you’re reading this you might have checked out the odd video/review of Secrid wallets already, so I don’t have too much to add with regards the RFID Cardprotector mechanism, except to say that it’s so delicious you’ll wish it was lunch. When you show it to people, and they lose their excrement over it (not literally), you feel kind of like James Bond, Dynamo and David Beckham all in one.

It’s an intoxicating mélange, I don’t mind telling you.

A video posted by @stu_waterman on Feb 18, 2015 at 10:50am PST

Aside from its killer app, I love how my Miniwallet looks. The brown leather had a couple of scuffs on the front when it arrived, but everyone knows brown leather looks better when it’s worn in, so I wasn’t bothered by this.

If there’s an element that might put off more macho chaps, it’s that, as befits its country of origin, the Secrid wallet does look decidedly ‘European’. By which I mean that when you combine a wallet of this size with a front fastening strap, it could call to mind a lady’s pocketbook from The Olden Times. In sizeable hands this wallet feels positively dainty, especially if you’re switching from a traditional, receipt-stuffed foldover affair.

To me, this point of difference is a plus. Reduced size plus style points was kind of what I was looking for. But it might not work for a guy whose self-esteem is dependant on the size of his car or watch, say (miaow!). Meanwhile, ladies, I feel, will love the fact that Secrid has a considerable range of colours on offer.

We may be entering the era of the unisex wallet, y’all.

Winner: Secrid Miniwallet. No contest.

Secrid wallet v. Jimi wallet: durability

At the time of writing I’ve had my Secrid wallet for about three weeks, so clearly I’m not going to be able to tell you how it performs long-term yet. And since the Jimi wallet did well for me for a few years, at a cost of less than £15, it kind of wins this round by default.

I was not particularly gentle with my little Jimi, perhaps because with a tough plastic shell I knew it could take a battering. It’s been dropped, scratched and impulsively employed as a murder weapon thrown about. But the only thing that really impacted on its durability was daily use. The hinge gradually weakened and the two halves of the shell started to misalign more regularly when I closed it. The plastic clip on the inside snapped partially.

One of my misgivings about the Secrid wallet was that RFID Cardprotecter mechanism – because if something has a mechanism, that’s something that can break. And if that something is holding your debit card, credit card, travel pass and work security pass, and you suddenly lose access to those things, you’re gonna have a bad time.

The effectiveness of this mechanism over time is to be confirmed, but I estimate I use it 8-10 times a day during the working week and then say 0-8 times over the weekend, depending on how much pressure to leave the house I can withstand. So let’s say that’s a minimum of 45 and a maximum of 55 times a week I’m using that little lever. That’s 2,860 uses over a year (plus about 100 for showing-off purposes). So if this things lasts a year it will have endured around 3,000 uses. I hope it’s up to the task.

(FYI: Secrid wallets come with a two year guarantee, but this does not cover ‘normal wear and tear’, which is a term that will never be anything other than disconcertingly vague.)

Secrid wallet v. Jimi wallet: capacity

So, how much crap can you fit in these things? Well, not much, because that’s kind of the point. The more space you have, the more receipts and never-gonna-use-‘em loyalty cards you’re tempted to acquire. So the point of slim wallets is to just house the essentials. (I should reiterate at this point that I don’t keep coins in my wallet, I carry them loose. I’m a loose coin cannon.)

My scientific test saw me fit the following into each wallet to assess its capability to handle a variety of thingamajigs:

  • Two embossed bank cards (i.e. a debit card & a credit card)
  • Five non-embossed cards (library card, travel pass, work security pass, unnamed food outlet loyalty card, charity gift aid card)
  • Three cardboard cards (e.g. business cards, stampable loyalty cards)
  • One small book of 12 postage stamps

This was just a bit too much for the Jimi wallet to handle. This amount of stuff put pressure on the fastening lid and caused it to misalign slightly, and while five cards (two embossed, three non-embossed) all went into the main cardholder compartment easily enough, they were crammed in a bit too tightly to make card extraction a hassle-free experience.

This is where the Secrid’s more sophisticated design pays what I believe are known as ‘dividends’. It’s designed to take ‘six cards, of which one with embossing. Or five cards, of which three with embossing.’ My two embossed and three non-embossed cards fit into the card protector no problem, and of course the card release mechanism means getting them out is easy too. The remaining cards fit fine into the two interior pockets.

In addition, the Secrid Miniwallet also houses a plastic sleeve that unfolds and into which you can place paper money (which apparently still exists). This sleeve is not the prettiest of touches, and if you habitually carry around thick wads of dough – let’s say you’re a loan shark – it probably won’t be right for you; but it does the job of storing a few paper notes effectively.

In the end, if you’re looking to choose between these two wallets you’re not going to be concerned about how much paper money they store – you’re already sold on the idea of a slimmer wallet whose primary function is to carry cards.

So it comes down to whether the functionality and style of the Secrid Miniwallet makes it worth the higher price. And, despite the result of this comparison being 3-3, for me the answer is a resounding yes. The only question I have around it at this early point is whether it will prove to be as durable as the hard plastic of the Jimi wallet.

That card release mechanism, though. It could be made out of blancmange and I’d still be a sucker for it.


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The Cuir Ally Voyager | Is this the next Generation of Smart Wallets?

It’s not often I review wallets which go beyond what i’d, and others, consider minimalist. In terms of the Cuir Ally Voyager this really breaks this rule as this large smart wallet is much larger than any wallet i’ve ever reviewed. In fact this wallet is larger than probably most coming in at HxWxL. Nevertheless it’s not often I get the opportunity to review a wallet so different and unique in the marketplace. I always bang on about the future of wallets and the trends I’ve seen in new wallets coming onto the market. This trend very much favours the idea of smart wallets, wallets integrated with technology, becoming the next standard in our wallets. Let’s take a look at the Voyager wallet and see what it has to offer in practice.

As you’d expect from a smart/travel wallet this wallet puts heavy emphasis on the features both in terms of its capacity for storage and its inbuilt tech integrations. The Cuir Ally Voyager is made for individuals who probably travel around quite a bit and want an all inclusive storage item for carrying everything important to them in their day to day life. This can be seen by the inclusion of a large pocket for storing your passport or a small notebook. The wallet comes with a very nicely made notebook and a pen for taking notes when out and about.

The Voyager has a bunch of features you wouldn’t normally find on a wallet due to it’s increased size. The first one would be the inclusion of a note book. This slides nicely into the left hand section of the wallet and also includes a very nice slim pen. The wallet also does a good job of being, well, a wallet. With multiple card slots cascading up and down, hidden and plane in sight the Voyager doesn’t shy away from being a jack of all trades. Whether not you enjoy this “all in yo face” mentality is down to you, but you can’t deny they have tried.

The Smart Features

THe Voyager comes integrated with what’s known as Chipolo Plus. A small device which lies embedded within the wallet. This device is what gives the Voyager its smart functionality. Once you’ve downloaded the app and paired your phone with the device the Chipolo gives you some nice little functionality. Its main feature incorporates greater security. With an inbuilt tracking device no matter where your wallet is you’ll be able to load up the app and see the location of your wallet.

Along with this you also get the feature to find either your wallet or phone if you’ve lost them near by. I think we’ve all been in that situation where we’re pulling up couch cushions trying to find your phone. With a simple double tap of your Chipolo your phone should instantly start ringing for you to hopefully find. Alternatively if you’ve lost your wallet you can do the same but in reverse by clicking a button in the app.

The Chipolo is a smallish round type object and although its concealed quite well you can still feel and notice it within the wallet. Perhaps that’s intentional as you will have to activate it by pressing it. This will active a noise which symbolises the smart features are ready to use.

The first step in using the Chipolo Plus’ features is to install the app on you iphone or android device. Download the app from either the apple app store or Play store and follow the simple setup process. What’s great about the Chipolo is it literally only takes seconds to set up, and is really intuitive.

As previously mentioned this wallet isn’t for somebody looking to slim down. With that being said from the outside the wallet doesn’t really have any distinguishable features that makes it stand out. All in all the wallet looks like a typical leather bi fold and that’s what you get. That being said the quality, look and feel are amazing. A job well done I think.

The range of colours are also a nice touch in trying to create a distinctive product which allows room for users to individually choose a wallet which fits their personality. These colours include your classic colours such as black and brown but also a range of others colours including:

I’m very impressed with the range of functionality that the Cuir Ally Voyager. My main issue will always come back to its size. Unless you want to carry your wallet in a bag, briefcase or have access to large coat pockets, it’s just not viable to easily carry this wallet around. As a site dedicated to minimalist wallets I was reluctant to even write a review on this wallet. Nevertheless I think if you’re the type of individual who likes to travel and needs room for his passport, and tickets. Coming in at £69 is very reasonable for what you get. Some people who pay that, or more, for a wallet will less functionality so its very enticing to say the least!

For more information regarding the Voyager wallet visit their website today here, or visit their social media pages on Twitter and Facebook.

Although this article is slightly early I thought it was a good time to do the next wallet giveaway and talk a bit about the landscape of the wallet industry at the moment. As some of you may know wallets are becoming ever more integrated with technology. Over the last year alone the majority of wallets cropping up on Crowd funding site Kickstarter & IndieGoGo have all been like this. With the integration with tech wallets average size are actually on the rise as wallets need to cram all this technology into a wallet. It’s probably a controversial statement but minimalist wallets are probably on the decline. Less and less appear on the market as please start to prioritize functionality over all else.

What comes next?

The question I pose is what comes next? I remember talking years ago about how wallets are continually getting smaller and smaller and soon enough they’d be no more. As cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin become ever more popular the need for traditional physical money is becoming less and less. I believe that as these alternative currencies become more popular, and new payment methods become more mainstream (contactless, and phone) wallets will eventually become obsolete. When will this happen? Not for at least another 10 years even longer. But It’s a very real possibility in the wallet industry and companies should be aware and keep ahead of the competition.

Since its July I thought i’d giveaway one of the slimmest wallets i’ve come across in a long time. During summertime we enjoy going out more, staying out later, and wear less clothing. Because of this it’s only natural for us to want to do the same with our wallets. Although i’m going to leave the exact wallet a mysterious I guarantee it’s a good one.

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The Vaultskin City Wallet | Is this the Perfect Budget Bifold?

Sometimes I’m surprised by a wallet of such simplicity. It’s not always I can find a wallet one which on the surface doesn’t seem like anything special, and say it’s one of the best wallets I used this year. But with the Vaultskin City I can.

This medium sized bi-fold goes everything you need in a small neat package with little you can really complain about. The first thing I noticed when I unboxed it was it’s fantastic build quality. Its feel in the hand was amazing and it’s smooth luxury leather was easily noticeable compared to other wallets I’ve tried. Its springy dexterity and perfect size really shines and although it doesn’t look any different from hundreds of other wallets it doesn’t have too.

Its functionality is also rather simple but is executed in a great way. With 4 well presented inside slots and one outside slot the Vaultskin keeps minimalism at its core. Each of these are really easy to use and keep, and what I love is how Valutskin keep the money slot low and encapsulated on the outside of the design. This gives it a distinctive look but also makes the wallet easier to navigate and access your cards and cash.

I’ve been using the Vaultskin City for a little over 1 month now and I can’t believe how good it is. While being a great brand at an affordable price the Vaultskin takes what you know about modern minimalism and a traditional bi fold and slim dunks them into one amazing wallet. If you’d like more information regarding the City then click this link to view and buy one now.

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A Wallet with Style? A Review of the Orchill Corinthian!

The Orchill Corinthian is a distinctive looking wallet with a style which will entice anyone’s head to rule there heart. I myself was a huge fan of this look. With the hole style patination and rustic range of green and brown colours the orchill looked like a promising wallet from the outset. Nevertheless when the wallet arrived and I tried it for around 2 week I quickly came to the conclusion all wasn’t hunky dory. Let’s break down what the orchill has to offer:

We’ll start with the positives. The orchill brand, as a whole, is high attractive and I applauded the designers for what are a unique range of wallets. With specifically the orchill Corinthian I found it’s sleek Appearance and brown leather to really stand out for other wallets in my collection. On the other hand appearances can be deceiving. Overall the build quality and general feel of the wallet is satisfactory at best. The leather feels cheap, and hard to touch, and the wallet feels flimsy. I don’t want to make assumptions but it feels like a mass manufactured wallet for China or something.

The first thing I must mention is this wallet is for US currencies only. I live in the UK and our notes are generally quite large, especially our £20 note. This means when used in conjunction with the Orchill the note is too large and sticks out the top of the wallet. Orchill also don’t offer a larger size for international buyers which makes the situation a lot worst. It seems they are completely segregating a huge proportion of their potential market (i.e. the rest of the world) and feel its a silly mistake for companies, like Orchill to do this. And they’re not the only culprit. I find a lot of manufacturers and brands do this.

In terms of its physical capacity the Orchill hosts a very basic layout. With a simple bi-fold arrangement the wallet has room for 8 amount of cards and as mentioned above a dedicated note slot for US based currencies. On the outside of the wallet there are also 2 quick access slots for your most used cards. These slots are well made, tight and will securely hold 1 or even 2 cards. That’s for a total card capacity of.

The wallet in all is underwhelmingly satisfactory. I enjoy the style of wallet but its functionality and quality lack for the price you pay. The Corinthian wallet comes in at a price of $54.99 which is far to much for me and I wouldn’t recommend this wallet to anyone.

The Hit Wallet by The Goods LA | Should this be your next Minimalist Wallet?

The Hit wallet by the Goods LA is a ultra slim wallet which has emphasis on style and a minimal carry. The goods stylistic choice is very unique and when you visit their website you can clearly see a branding choice with every item they sell. Everything is charcoal black and everything is beautiful in approach and demeanour.

The Hit wallet is no exception to this rule and hosts a very uniform look. While its dimensions are only very slightly larger than a credit or debit card it’s rigid, and square look is very attractive with little to no curves like you’d expect in flexible wallet. The Goods recommend a maximum of 4 cards with some additional space for cash. I think this a very fair assumption. At best I could fit between 4-6 cards in, with a stretch, with some additional room for folded up notes. This distribution of cards is split between two separate pockets one on each side of the wallet. The main one, on the front, has a small cut out to help easily take and put back cards, while the back pouch has a hangover or lip which means the cards stick out slightly, again, providing easy access.

The leather is definitely noteworthy in itself. Although the website doesn’t specify the exact type of leather you can clearly tell from its look, feel, thickness and smell. I’ve been using this wallet for little over 2 weeks and I think the material strong and easy to manipulate and move when accessing cards.

Loans wallet reviewFinal Verdict

Over all the Hit Wallet is a nice little wallet with unique style, and above satisfactory functionality. Whether or not you decide to purchase this wallet will come down to if you like its look and can afford its price tag. Coming in at a high $80 this wallet isn’t for the light hearted. Do alternative yet similar wallets exist? Of course they do, but that’s not the point. Each wallet is unique in its own way and it’s down to you to make that choice.

If you’d like more information on the Hit Wallet then you can visit their website here . You can also check out my unboxing video below for a quick look at what you’ll receive if you decide to purchase this wallet.

Loans wallet reviewExentri Wallet Review | The Tardis Reborn in Wallet Form.

If someone was to ask me what I thought the best wallet of 2017 was I very much consider the Exentri wallet. The wallet really takes the idea of a fully functional wallet while doing it’s hardest to be the smallest and slimmest in every possible way. Not only that but the wallet is so damn attractive. It’s compact unique look, sleek metal clip and premium leather really does take the cake. I think I’ve already made my judgement this is a fantastic wallet and I find myself hard-pressed to switch it up. I feel sorry for the wallet I have to use immediately after the Exentri because I’ll still have the lingering thoughts of the Exentri in my mind.

The Exentri wallet really does look very different from a typical wallet. In reality the wallet is built like a tri-fold with the wallet split into 3 main sections plus a slot for your notes. The Exentri’s design incorporates little stylistic choices that add to the overall branding look and feel. For example you’ll notice on the front the little cut out areas which look like little houses. These sit on both sides of the wallet and although they’re used for quick access slots but in general they just add some nice little design variations to the wallet.

On focal point of the wallet and something you don’t often see is the metal clasp used to keep the 3 layers of trifold wallet shut. At first I was skeptical about how secure the clasp would be as you can easily undo it. Over time I thought it may wear down with time and become even looser. Fortunately I was wrong and even after months of daily usage the wallets clasp still functions as intended.

The colours the Exentri comes in are typical of this brand of wallet. With variations on the colour brown along with a range of unique colours like green, red and purple. Each look very cool, classy and modern in their own way. The Exentri s material is something else to note. Made from a strong and durable leather the wallet feels nice but can be prone to wear and tear. Perhaps this is something of an anomaly as I have used this wallet more than others but the leather is quite susceptible to scratches, scrapes and scuffs (or the 3Cs if you must).

The wallets strongest asset, along with it’s look, is it’s great array of features. Like I mentioned earlier the trip fold design allows for maximum storage capability while keeping build to a minimum. In total I found you could store 10+ cards at any one time which is phenomenal considering it’s small compact size. This also doesn’t mention the long cash slot for storing your notes which is also really great and easy to use.

The wallets quick access slots which protrude on the outside layers of the wallet are also very effective. Having one on every face allows for easy access regardless of which side you come at it from. One stand out feature is the metal clip that’s used to prevent the wallet from opening and secure the wallet. It works really well and I wish more wallets did something like this.

Overall I find the Exentri the best of both worlds from a design and functional perspective. With a slim, attractive look and bounds of functionality I find it really hard to criticise this wallet and recommend it as one of my favourites of 2017. Coming in at €54.95 the wallet might seem a bit expensive. Nevertheless if you’re looking for a wallet for life I really think this is a great choice for you. For more information visit their website here .