When I want to make a quick run to the store, I often grab just my wallet and phone and go. I don’t like to take my purse everywhere. It gets to be a hassle to deal with in the car and since I am in the midst of dealing with a neck injury, it’s just better to not have a purse strap resting near my neck.
That’s when iPhone wallet cases come in very handy.
The iPhone wallet cases below allow for easy access to charging and headphone ports as well as the camera. The OtterBox, like most of their cases, requires that the charging port cover be pulled back before use.
Here are 3 iPhone wallet cases that are protective and stylish
The OtterBox Commuter Series Wallet Case for iPhone 5/5s wins first place for looks. This protective case, available in three colors, holds up to three credit cards. As with any OtterBox case, it is durable and will guard your iPhone against damage with the multi-layered case and included self-adhesive screen protector. The wallet drawer holds up to three cards and one bill, and slides open for quick access to the contents inside. The drawer clicks when it is completely closed so you are confident that the items inside are safe. The OtterBox Commuter Series Wallet case is currently available on Amazon for just $29, this is a great deal for a good looking and multi-functional iPhone case.
Next up is the Speck SmartFlex Card Case. This sleek case costs around $35 and comes in five colors. The built-in side-loading slot holds up to 3 cards or folded bills. Use your thumb to release the money or credit card from the slot. While I love the look of this case, I can’t say that I would feel quit as confident that my money and credit cards are secure as with the OtterBox Commuter wallet case shown above.
Last but not least is a wallet case for the guys. Even though I am not a guy, I really like the look of the Ashton (aka Alston) Craig Vintage Genuine Leather Wallet Case Cover. I can see my husband appreciating the vintage brown genuine leather more than the pretty pastel colored cases featured above. Don’t let the button on the outside fool you into thinking that this case would be difficult to open. It’s actually a magnetic enclosure. The iPhone snaps into and sits in a secure phone shell. The case has three pockets and one slot behind the pockets, for a total of four places to store cash, credit cards, and a driver’s license.
Which wallet case appeals to you most? Do you like the drawer style of the OtterBox, the side-loading style of the Speck, or the open/close style of the Ashton Craig?