Clinch wallet review

February 17th, 2010 Jesper Bram 21 Comments » | View blog reactions

Did you ever loose anything out of your wallet even though it was closed? Louis Kiss did and came up with the Clinch Wallet to never have to worry about that again.

He came up with the idea after a credit card slipped out of his wallet without noticing it at the gym. He then noticed that most wallets when closed still has the chance of items slipping out even if they are stored securely.

He liked the idea of biker and surfer wallets but they seem too bulky and poorly organized so he came up with his own design.

Louis sent me one to check it out. The idea checks out. Every pocket has it’s opening towards the right or left side of the wallet, which means that when you close the wallet up it acts as it’s own lid for all the pockets.

It serves it’s purpose there’s no arguing that. The design is a bit quick and dirty with the pockets being a little uneven cut, but it looks durable. The Clinch Wallet is not a design piece. But if you don’t give a shit about that anyway, a little less than 15 bucks get’s you a good wallet you can throw around as you want without your stuff scattering all over.

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21 Responses to “Clinch wallet review”

  1. PiT  February 19th

    Thank you for important informations.

  2. Helmet Fun  February 24th

    Not the smallest wallet in the world. But it looks good for tourers and cruisers. Not the best for sports bikes and tight leathers though.

  3. klaverjassen  March 4th

    Fantastic! And I must say that being a bit bigger doesn’t matter since I actually have a problem with small wallets. It’s like when you gather your CC, some docs, other business cards, cash, driver’s licence and w/e else every wallet is just too small for me. Thumbs up for this one!

  4. Sam Winn  March 10th

    It looks cool and very usable. Thanks for sharing!

  5. All Inclusive Vacation Packages  April 10th

    Really neat looking…However, is it targeted towards guys or gals? Also, it kinda’ sucks that it doesn’t look as though it would fit in your back pocket..

  6. Rusty  April 11th

    Perfect – a chain drive wallet. What’s next purses to match your leathers?

  7. Dave  April 25th

    Fantastic! And I must say that being a bit bigger doesn’t matter since I actually have a problem with small wallets. It’s like when you gather your CC, some docs, other business cards, cash, driver’s licence and w/e else every wallet is just too small for me. Thumbs up for this one!

  8. webfilozof  May 14th

    Perfect – a chain drive wallet. What’s next purses to match your leathers?

  9. mp3_dinle  May 15th

    hi, i think it is very good point and please check it on my web page Mp3 dinle

  10. Guilty Customs  May 22nd

    just ordered one so anxious to see how well it works….

  11. Johny Quick Seat  May 23rd

    I have not bought one of these wallets yet but I think for long rides it will hook up well to my all american rider bike back. Thanks for the great recommendation!

  12. Victory Motorcycles  August 16th

    Thanks Louis for this great design wallet.

  13. Blake@motor helmets  August 27th

    great wallet…love the design..

  14. Motor Helmet  August 27th

    it’s perfect for riders…great..

  15. andie@motor helmets  August 28th

    gret designs. love it…

  16. duffel bags for women  August 28th

    I hope to see more great designs from you…

  17. Anibatob  September 1st

    When will you post new designs???because I really love your designs..

  18. iWallet  September 27th

    That looks good with some professional formal wear. There is always a criteria of losing the valuables inside the wallet carelessly, that needs special attention.

  19. iwallet  October 23rd

    I cannot go out with these bulky wallets

  20. Kelly Morris  October 26th

    Yeah I agree with the above comment. These designs are amazing. I look forward to seeing one in real life.

  21. V. Nelson  February 3rd

    Regardless if you are biker or not, these are function and work..I urge you to come up with more designs.

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