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Where Can I Buy A Wallet Phone Case


  • Using a phone wallet is a matter of personal preference, but it's ideal for people who carry their phone with them at all times, don't want to carry a phone and wallet separately, and are good at not losing their phone!"}},"@type": "Question","name": "Are phone wallet cases protective?","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Phone wallet cases may be protective, but it depends on the specific model. They would need to cover the entire phone in order to be protective, and they would ideally have some shock-absorbing qualities to protect against drops. You will likely need to purchase a screen protector separately."]}]}] Skip to contentTravel + LeisureSearchPlease fill out this field.Magazine Subscribe Manage Your Subscription Give a Gift Subscription Get Help Newsletter Sweepstakes Subscribe BOOK NOW SearchPlease fill out this field.Trip IdeasTrip Ideas Weekend Getaways Romantic Trips Family Travel Beach Vacations Like a Local Destination of the Year A-List Travel Advisors Travel + Leisure GO View All Travel GuidesTravel Guides Paris New York City London Charleston View All World's BestWorld's Best Best Hotels Best Islands Best Cities View All Tips + PlanningTips + Planning Travel Deals Airlines + Airports Hotels + Resorts Train Travel Packing Tips View All Cruises Travel ProductsTravel Products Luggage + Bags Shoes Style View All News About UsAbout Us Editorial Guidelines Travel Club Read More Subscribe MagazineMagazine Subscribe Manage Your Subscription Give a Gift Subscription Get Help Newsletter Sweepstakes BOOK NOW Follow Us







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where can i buy a wallet phone case



Using a phone wallet is a matter of personal preference, but it's ideal for people who carry their phone with them at all times, don't want to carry a phone and wallet separately, and are good at not losing their phone!


Phone wallet cases may be protective, but it depends on the specific model. They would need to cover the entire phone in order to be protective, and they would ideally have some shock-absorbing qualities to protect against drops. You will likely need to purchase a screen protector separately.


Our phone case wallets provide a truly simplified carrying experience, allowing you to keep all your essentials in one place. The phone case features a flexible rubber frame that protects your phone from drops. The back features our signature elastic band to hold your cards and cash.


A good-looking wallet case probably should fall somewhere in the spectrum of minimalist and luxury, not colorful and gaudy. This handsome wallet case with a satin finish has that minimalist luxury feel that'll catch your eyes at first glance. And it's very durable, made with tanned vegetable leather and microfiber lining. Mujjo also covers up the power button and volume keys with leather too.


Not technically a phone case... or a wallet, but if you're bringing valuables into nasty situations, nothing will keep them safer than a pelican case. This mini version is crushproof, dustproof, watertight, so you can drop it in a river, off a cliff, whatever, it'll be alright. And it'll fit every iPhone model, though any of the Pro Max's will be a bit of a squeeze.


A tall bifold wallet makes you look like the rich guy in town, we mean that in the best way possible. This number from Tumi comes in a beautiful deep red leather, and the phone case actually detaches from the wallet. So you can use them separately or together.


And, of course, we have the designer option. This one is by Bottega Veneta, in case the signature intrecciato weave pattern eludes you. For folks who are in-the-know when it comes to monogram, this wallet case looks style-conscious without being conspicuous. However, it's only compatible with iPhone 13 Pro, which is quite a match.


This is a tricky but fun one. It's a folio-y wallet case that simply attaches to the device's back. It doesn't engulf the phone but it does have the flip-open-and-close way of life that folio cases have. Because of that, it can actually be used as a kickstand once open.


There's something about carrying glossy, leather-y stuff. It says I know something you don't, or I give a damn about looking the part. Hence, most options on this list are leather-y. But this particular calfskin wallet case stands out: no sliding or flipping open and close, you insert your cards and go.


Hold your horses! This is not a case, it's just a wallet! Yep, you smart-ass, it's not. But it's still the utmost of no-brainers, because it's designed and made by Apple. It's meant for those who believe in a case-less life, as well as those who know the fun of clicking it on (and off, for wireless charging purposes) the back of MagSafe-enabled iPhone cases. Really, that magnetic snap is stupidly satisfying.


"I don't know how I managed without my Loopy! I tend to try and carry everything at once and always dropped my phone when grabbing it. I can honestly say I've never dropped my phone in the 4 months I've had my Loopy case." - Liz W.


The most obvious reason to invest in a wallet case for your phone is so that you can leave your old wallet behind. Think of it as killing two birds with one stone. Even though you may not get quite as much storage space as a traditional wallet, many cases can handle three or four cards as well as some cash.


Smartish is another well-known brand, and while it does offer a small variety of cases, by far its most popular cases are wallet cases. Even better, many of these wallet cases are also fully customizable. However, Smartish appears to focus most of its effort on iPhone cases, with only a single model offered for Galaxy S phones, with no further Android support.


The original Smartish case is still the best wallet case it offers, despite the arguably more premium Wallet Slayer Vol 2 hitting the market a while back. This case has space for three cards and cash in the back, with grippy sides to prevent unwanted drops. The real unique selling point here is the plethora of colorways available, including flat colors, patterns, and the option to upload images for a completely unique design.


Worried about dropping your phone in the pool or lake? This FRĒ by Lifeproof case is what you need. It protects your phone from water, snow, dirt and even the floor in case you drop it (the company is actually owned by OtterBox so you can trust the case's durability). In our lab tests, we were able to completely submerge the phone case under about 6.5 feet of water continuously for an hour without harm. In fact, you can still use your fingerprint sensor to unlock your phone as it takes a bath. Our pros also like that the phone case is super easy to put on and use, making it possible to quickly swap out your regular case if you're heading to the beach.


Keebos crossbody phone cases are a must have for anyone that loves to combine fashion with functionality. Staying handsfree creates endless opportunities to feel carefree and confident in unexpected situations. Through the secure wallet on the back of the phone case you won't have to bring a purse or a bag. No matter your style and color preference, we will have a crossbody cell phone case that you will love. This Phone Crossbody is made to make your life easier. Stay handsfree in style!


These are slightly different than the folio cases, which usually have card wallets and a flap that folds over and covers the screen of the phone when it's not in use. The ones I prefer have slots on the back of the case and no screen cover.


I don't use my wallet case as a replacement for a real wallet, but it allows me to carry around a few of the essentials I need regular access to, like my metro card, a credit card, and my work ID. Now that I've been carrying mine around for a while, I'm convinced there's no better option out there for commuters or city-dwellers who need frequent access to their various cards and IDs.


Arguably the most popular of all phone wallets, Silk's Wallet Slayer is about as sleek and simple as they come. The grippy silicone case has room to hold a few cards, and the opening on the left side makes it easy to push the cards up if you're having trouble accessing them. It's compatible with wireless charging and comes in a variety of colors. A few of the sizes even have options to create your own custom design through Amazon.


This is the upgraded version of the previous phone wallet by Silk. It features a durable leather pocket for a sleeker look, but has all the same features like wireless charging compatibility. This is the one I use, and I was even able to attach a PopSocket grip to the back of the case on top of the leather. So far, so good.


Though the model options are limited, this genuine leather and canvas wallet phone case is a favorite among Amazon shoppers. The inside is made from a sturdy polycarbonate to protect against accidental drops, which is good if you're prone to mishaps. The one thing to note about the canvas is that if you keep your phone in a pocket or purse most of the time, the rubbing may cause color transfers from new denim or the interior of your bag to the corners of the canvas. 041b061a72


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