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Your life, our wallet. This is how they coexist

May 04, 2016 1 Comment

Many of you want to know as much as possible about our products before making a purchase. Here are the three most frequently asked questions about our leather wallet with iPhone 6/6s case:

  1. How do I access my iPhone?
  2. How do I put money in it?
  3. Do larger IDs, like those issued in EU, fit into the wallet?

The answers are easily, very easily, yes :) However, let us show you to give you a better understanding of how you will be using your wallet in real life.

 

 

How do I access my iPhone?

Good news -- your iPhone is protected, yet always at hand. In fact, you don't even need to open the wallet to pull it outThis is how it works:

Pulling iPhone 6/6s out of leather wallet

Nothing changes if you get this wallet's larger sibling with the iPhone 6/6s Plus case. Your phone is equally accessible in both.

 

 

How do I put money in it?

The money slot and its position in the wallet actually makes for the most significant difference between the iPhone 6/6s and 6/6s Plus wallet. This is how it works with the smaller one:

iPhone 6/6s wallet case - access banknotes

The dimensions of the larger iPhone allowed us to devote more space to your banknotes, so you won't need to fold them.

Leather wallet with iPhone 6/6s Plus case in dark brown

 

 

Do larger IDs fit into the wallet

In most cases, we get this question most often from our Europe-based customers. If you ever saw for example a French ID, you know why :)

Larger IDs are not a problem. The wallet “swallows” them like nothing. Common dimensions of larger IDs are around 10.5 x 7.4 cm. Take a look:

iPhone 6/6s wallet case and large European IDs

Got more questions? Let us know! We're planning on shooting these videos whenever there's the need to clarify something about our products, so ask away!



1 Response

Frederick Sy
Frederick Sy

September 24, 2016

Would I be able to fit an iPhone 7 plus with a thin case?

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