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ICYMI: Father's Day is coming up and it's time to start thinking of ways to shower the dad in your life with love (and a gift he'll actually use). Men often gripe about having to carry around a bulky wallet. Enter: Amazon's No. 1 bestselling Travando men's slim wallet — and it's on sale right now for a mere $22.
If you grab it now, you can get it by Dad's big day with Amazon Prime. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And even those without Prime get free shipping on orders of $25 or more).
There are so many reasons to pick up this wallet. For starters, it has nearly 62,000 five-star fans. How many other wallets have bragging rights like that? On top of the reviews, it's loaded with great features that make it worth your money.
It features an RFID-protected lining to keep your credit cards free from from being scanned by criminals. A bifold closure lets the user easily get in and out.
"Got this to slim down my old bi-fold before taking a trip and for RFID protection," a pleasantly surprised shopper wrote. "I found that I could get all the really important cards into this wallet and it proved quite functional on my trip and is definitely less bulky than my bi-fold."
The wallet features 11 slots, so it's roomy enough to hold credit and debit cards, business cards, an ID and more. There's even an outside notch to push the cards out easily. It's slim and compact (4.5 x 3.1 x 0.6 inches), so Dad can slip it in his back or front pocket — a definite perk, according to reviewers.
"Love this wallet," one happy user wrote. "Probably my favorite one I've ever owned. I've always kept my wallet in my front pocket since I lost one from my back pocket when I was younger. So, it's definitely a bonus having a slim front pocket wallet that holds everything I need."
Got someone on your list who likes to carry plenty of cash? One fan gave the money clip feature a big thumbs up. "My favorite thing is the money clip inside," they said. "Everything has a nice snug fit which assures me nothing with fall or slide out."
One of the biggest reasons Amazon shoppers love this wallet is because it's practical — something Dad will love.
"I was using a pelican case wallet when I was in the Army but now I need something more practical and useful for everyday," wrote one satisfied shopper. "I wanted something that was easy and functional. I played with [the wallet] quite a bit after putting all my cards inside and now I will be able to access the stuff I need without having to pull out a stack of cards from my wallet."
Another fellow fan called the Travando "the best wallet I've purchased," writing, "this is easily the most practical wallet I've ever purchased. And the build quality was far better than I was expecting for the price.... I'd give this an extra star if I could."
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