NapaWalli Slim Wallet Review
Is this the Cheapest Wallet on Amazon?
I could find little information regarding the NapaWalli other than the fact they operate solely through Amazon. The wallet itself is what I’d consider a Copycat Wallet – one that’s bought from wholesale sites like Alibaba and resold for profit. Just look at this listing from Alibaba here. See the resemblance? Because of this, I’d usually suggest staying away from these types of wallets. Due to the extremely low costs of purchase, and the fact the NapaWalli Slim Wallet is only $3.39 (yes that cheap).
That being said, with that out of the way, let’s look at what the NapaWalli Slim Wallet has to offer. As far as functionality goes the NapaWalli is pretty good. Designed as a so-called ‘ultra-thin’ wallet the NapaWalli comes in at just 4.4” x 3.2” X 0.2” (only just larger than a standard credit/debit card), with an emphasis on its thinness retaining this size regardless of how much you stuff in the wallet. This is great for minimalist lovers, but also for those who don’t want a bulky wallet and one that can’t be felt in a front or back pocket.
Storage capacity is pretty average for a wallet of this size. It has 7 slots in total which can store 1 card per slot for a total of 8. You can try and place 2 per slot but this quickly becomes difficult and makes access to your cards more difficult. One of these slots is also an ID Card slot so you can also easily showcase any ID, driver’s license, or employee ID at ease. One of these slots, down the side, is slightly larger and meant to be used for any banknotes – folded of course.
The worst thing about the NapaWalli Slim Wallet is its quality. Being only made from genuine leather, the NapaWalli feels both cheap and of poor quality. Genuine Leather is one of the lowest grades of leather (contrary to popular belief) and this really shows. I have doubts about how long this wallet would last over prolonged use so that’s definitely something to keep in mind. One positive is the NapaWalli does come in a nice array of unique color offerings. This includes 29 different variations including colors such as pink, red and green.
I wanted to dislike the NapaWalli Wallet but found I couldn’t. Although it lacks any originality in design and isn’t the best quality at only $3.39 who really cares. Its price reflects its cheaper materials and its functionality is all-around positive in my book. I probably recommend this to people who want a second wallet or one they careless, for extreme activities or sports maybe, where it could easily get destroyed. For more information on the NapaWalli Slim Wallet check them out on Amazon using the link below.
- Functionality 60% 60%
- Design 55% 55%
- Price 85% 85%
Check out the highly attractive full-grain leather, stitchless, and slimline Minimalist Wallet by Murdy Creative.
With a price tag of $30K the Meotorite Wallet, by Bjeti, is the world’s first in creating wallets from some of the world’s most scarce materials.
We take a full look at the Shevrov Minimalist Wallet a popular wallet taking Amazon by storm. But is it worth the consideration?