Robinson Expandable Concierge Wallet

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Named for Tory's parents, Reva and Buddy Robinson, the Robinson Expandable Concierge Wallet is made from the highest quality, scratch-resistant Italian leather, and is a timeless classic with a roomier shape that features plenty of pockets for organizing your passport, receipts, cards and cash. You can use it as a clutch for evenings out while a removable crossbody strap ensures hands-off ease.

 

Please note Black remains full price.

Style Number: 32129097

DETAILS & FIT

Saffiano.

Foldover closure with magnetic snap.

Gold tone hardware.

3 Piece metal logo.

1 Zipper compartment.

2 Currency compartments.

1 Receipt compartment.

10 Interior card slots.

1 Passport holder.

4 Additional card slots on passport wall.

Back slit pocket.

21" Removable, adjustable crossbody strap.

5.5"H x 9.5"L x 1 1/2"D.

Robinson Expandable Concierge Wallet

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Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Product is not what it looks like I was very excited as I was expecting this wallet in the mail because it appears so versatile and spacious as shown here. However, I was extremely disappointed after opening my package to find the wallet in sort of a mini "cabinet filers" form. The wallet that I received had LABELS tabs sticking out like the ones in your cabinet filers that writes "currency", "passport", and "receipts. I was surprised and upset because that's not what is shown here on the preview images. At first i thought that they were removable labeling tabs but they're actually permanent. The wallet that I thought was versatile is no longer such but is now a wallet that I can only use strictly for traveling. I was hoping to use the wallet as something spacious and adjustable to a clutch to hold my credit cards and small things. I did not look forward to going out to dinner with a cute clutch that has PASSPORTS & CURRENCY labeling inside it as if I'm traveling to a foreign country. Please ladies, do not let the pictures here fool and disappoint you. July 9, 2013
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