In February, I purchased a new wallet. I’d been tired of having a giant wallet in my pocket (I keep it in my front pocket), so I started looking for slim wallets. This search quickly led to “gusseted” wallets, or wallets with one large pocket for cards. This also quickly pointed me at the Tumi Gusseted Card Case wallets. A quick trip to Amazon, $40 later, and I had one ordered and at my doorstep two days later.
Build quality seemed very good. The outside of the wallet is almost a ballistic nylon feel, and the inside is leather. One side of the wallet has two slots for cards (main use debit and credit cards) and a slot below for other cards (I keep my proximity card in that space). The other side has a clear slot for ID, and the main gusseted area for less used cards. The gusseted area easily holds 13 credit/business cards, and probably could hold 20 or so total. What the wallet doesn’t have is space for cash. This is okay for me since I don’t carry cash very often, but it might be a serious issue if you tend to use cash.
I’ve had the wallet for about 4 months now, and I’m still very pleased with the build quality, what it holds, etc. The few times I’ve had cash, I can simply fold it and stick it in the middle, or in the slot behind my debit cards.