The Dosh wallet doesn't do much, but it does it in style.I had the chance of receiving two dosh wallets, the Cubic, a narrow wallet with a cube pattern and the Astro which has a smooth finish and is a bit wider. Both have similar features so I won't be doing two separate reviews. I need to start off by letting you know that this wallet is very simplistic. It doesn't aim to carry twenty cards and have a zipper for change. It is a wallet that is humble while remaining very elegant. It holds six cards and I know what you might be thinking; six cards?! I have way more than six cards in my wallet?! I thought the same thing when I received it but upon decluttering my old wallet I realized I didn't need all those cards. I mean, do you really need that gift card to McDonald's on you all the time? I now have my debit card, my two credit cards, my insurance cards, my Medicare and my Costco card. That's all I really need. The rest of my card are in my coat and I only take or bring them with me when i need them.
FeaturesNow as I said earlier this wallet is very simplistic but what it does, it does really well. It hold six cards tightly and when i say six, I mean six. No wiggle room to add extra cards but the upside to this is that you cards will never randomly fall out. It has a handcrafted stainless steel money clip that does its job very well. Like the card slot nothing will fall out of there. I preferred the Cubic model to the Astro model for that simple reason that is it slightly sleeker and less bulky. It is water resistant which is pretty cool. Any stain or residue that accumulates on the wallet can easily be cleaned off.
Style and performance
The bottom lineIf holding many cards is not a must and you have the disposable income I strongly suggest this wallet. I will cost quite a bit but you will have the wallet for a very long time.
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