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Sometimes the best gift is a simple one. We've found a great, ultra-organized wallet that's sure to be cherished daily by the recipient — and at $15, it won't lighten your wallet.
The Travelambo Women’s Wallet has it all: It’s inexpensive, spacious, stylish and blocks radio-frequency identification (RFID). The faux leather accessory has an impressive 18 card slots, one clear-window ID pocket and two zippered slots for bills or a cell phone.
This No. 1 bestseller has nearly 6,500 five-star reviews on Amazon. A plethora of shoppers say it’s the ideal size to keep everything in one place, without the bulkiness of a traditional wallet.
It doesn't just help keep you organized. The RFID-blocking technology keeps your sensitive information protected. Customers say the feature makes them feel more secure, and they especially like the zipper features and two-button closure for extra protection.
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As far as the design goes, each wallet is handmade by a team of 15 craftsmen, and its available in 32 colors! Reviewers note its top-notch quality.
“I was a little skeptical about this product,” wrote one shopper. “I didn’t think it would fit everything I’m used to carrying in a wallet plus RFID card holder. Wow — was I wrong! This is a very slim solution that holds unfolded paper cash in one zipper compartment and coins in the other. Inside, I use one side of card holders for ID and rewards cards and the other for credit cards. Very well-made.”
The space savings is noticeable. Said another fan: “This wallet is sleek, slim and holds several cards! Way more than I have. Cash fits in another area that has a zipper. My old wallet was huge and weighed a LOT. I've been trying for a long time to downsize. At least my new wallet will definitely lighten the load. It will give me lots of extra space in my purse! I'm excited to use it and throw out the old wallet.”
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