Kinzd Slim Wallet Review

Kinzd Slim Wallet Review

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Kinzd Slim Wallet: QUICK OVERVIEW

Review of: Kinzd Slim Wallet

Category: Men’s Wallets

Features

Style

Card Slots

Affordability

What We Like

  • RFID protection
  • Money compartment
  • 6 card slots

What We Don't Like

  • Average quality seams
  • Doesn’t hold a lot of bills

Not all slim wallets are the same. Some use different materials, some have more compartments; there are a lot of factors that determine the overall use of a slim wallet.

If you’re looking to ease the process of finding the right fit, you might want to consider a multi-purpose slim wallet that has multiple color variations and some RFID protection. You know, just to be extra safe.

After searching for quite some time, we think we’ve come up with a perfect balance of safety, looks, and affordability. The Kinzd Slim Wallet might be just what you need as your new accessory. Here’s what it’s got going for it.

Kinzd Slim Wallet Review

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An ultra-slim wallet is always a good choice. This wallet is as inconspicuous as they get but also looks pretty impressive when you pull it out. It has good compartmentalization and plenty of color variety so it should suit most men and their needs.

Who is this product for?

Who benefits from an affordable leather wallet with no closures? Perhaps you if you need something that looks nice and gives you quick access to credit cards, cash, and IDs.

You may also appreciate this model if you’re looking for something with a simple design but with plenty of color variety.

The Kinzd Slim Wallet might even appeal to you if you like something slightly aged. The brown designs look a bit rugged and less smooth than most wallets.

One type of guy who probably won’t appreciate this model is any guy that spends too much time at the gym or at the beach.

What’s included?

The Kinzd Slim Wallet comes in a simple package and without any accessories.

Overview of features

Like a lot of wallets these days, this Kinzd model has an RFID protective inline for all card slots and the cash pocket. With six card slots you might be tempted to carry all your credit cards with you so this protective layer can be a life saver.

The 3.15” height of the wallet should be just enough to carry at least euros apart from your dollars. While it may not be an ideal travel wallet, it can certainly function well in different parts of the world.

The ID window slot has a finger slide feature which lets you switch badges or cards within seconds.

The color variety is somewhat overwhelming. The wallet comes in single colors or dual color patterns. It’s tempting to use some of those with sports outfits but both the design and the material of the wallet would be counterproductive.

The wallet is not as tight as other ultra-slim models. Because of this, you might want to add more than the usual 10 bills in the main interior pocket. That should give your valuables a more secure fit.

The seams around the sides are usually done in the same color as the leather used on the wallet. The manufacturer’s logo is generally on the right front. It also uses the same color as the leather but with a different shade to provide some contrast.

How to get the most out of it

The first thing that you want to do with the Kinzd Slim Wallet is to add more bills than you usually would. It’s not a particularly stretchy design but it has more room in the interior pockets. Adding extra bills would make both your cash and cards fit more securely.

The RFID lining extends to the ID window slot. So, if you need to have your ID scanned for authorization at certain locations you might want to place it somewhere else.

Alternatives

Leather wallets always look cool, but not so much if you’re a massive sports fan and don’t care much about wearing jeans, suits, etc. You may also find the card slots a bit too loose even for such a tight model.

If you want an alternative that’s relatively similar in price, perhaps you might enjoy something from Herschel. Their version of an ultra-slim wallet doesn’t use leather but instead, polyester. It has a much sportier look and given its textured exterior can even double as a dressy wallet, given the right color.

The Herschel ultra-slim model doesn’t have as many card slots as the Kinzd wallet. However, the pockets are tighter so there’s little need to stuff cash in a slim wallet just to make sure nothing falls out.

Conclusion

The Kinzd Slim Wallet is a very interesting choice for men who switch from casual outfits to professional attire on a daily basis. The wallet can carry quite a lot of cash for its slim design and its ability to hold numerous credit cards as well as having an ID window should be more than enough for most guys.

If you’re looking for something along these lines, that doesn’t cost a fortune and that has RFID protective lining, this might just be the one you need.