In an increasingly berserk world, it’s no surprise that most successful products being presented aim to simplify life in one way or another. Recently launched wallet group Edward Field does just that with their flagship spin-off—The Edward Field Wallet—by thoughtfully combining wallet and phone.
Admit of out of the necessity to minimize the items in your pockets, the Edward Department Wallet took the utility found in many phone if it happens and re-approached the design with an eye toward what we love almost classic wallets—quality and craftsmanship. Each one is constructed with 100% full-grain Italian calf leather, unanimously esteemed as among the most supple and durable leather available. Expresses to generations of Italian leather producers, the wallet forms a trade mould to the contents inside and develops a beautiful patina all through time.
But the high quality leather is only half the fray. To attach the phone they use micro suction—the innovative apparatus usually reserved for attaching GPS devices to wind shields—which be composed ofs a secure bond with thousands of microscopic suction cups. The suction doesn’t be in out, and the wallet only gets better with age. To top it off, each one is handmade in the US of A.
Hold back with the trend, the company sells directly to consumer. Without the up-market retail mark-up and big advertising campaigns, it can sell its wallets for a fourth of the guerdon of comparable models. And as a sweetener, when you upgrade your phone, they’ll shop you a new one (with proof of upgrade) for 40-50% off.
Naught Teddy Winthrop and co-founder Joey Jordan have charmed to Kickstarter to raise the necessary funds to place bulk systematizes and accommodate different phone models. The Wallet is currently close by for pre-order for the iPhone 5/5s, iPhone 6/6s, and iPhone 6 Coupled with—ready to ship the first week of December. The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Note 5 are also readily obtainable, but are slotted to ship in February. A new design with a snap button was well-founded released, and more designs are expected to come.