Hanicase (TM) FULL SIZE CASH POCKET LEATHER WALLET WITH 8 CARD WALLET LEATHER CASE FOR SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE II N7100 BLACK
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1. Material:PU leather /Chrome 2. 1 Pieces Samsung Galaxy Note II hard pouch case 3. PU Leather material to protect your phone hurt from scratches 4. Easy, snap on/off installation 5. Precisely cut openings to allow full access to all the functions of your phone 6. Hard Case Cover gives you mobile phone a safe protection 7. Soft Inner protect your iphone from scratch
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It all depends on the one's priorities. My top one was to unite my phone and a normal wallet -- not with a slot or two etc, but for several cards, ID and some cash. This one is the only full size one I could found, and it indeed works for me. I've got rid of my wallet, and carry my ID card, medical insurance card, and around 6 plastic cards, and around 5-6 banknotes, and my family photo, and the phone -- all at one place.
OK, and what do I pay for it? For me these are minors, but read carefully, any of them could become a deal-breaker for you:
1)The leather card pockets are not very tight. Thus you can insert, say, two cards in each. But they (pockets) kinda strech a bit with time. This means that if you turn your wallet upside down and shake, the cards can fall out. Of course, nobody would do it by purpouse, but imagine, say, that you're in hurry, grab the wallet, ignore that it is unfolded, and run to your car. A very good chance to drop some cards. OK, I just pay a bit more attention to what happen when the wallet is open -- keep it a proper side down, etc. It doesn't spoil my life at all -- much less, for example, than the effort required now to describe it here. The bottom line is that the wallet is not completely secure in an open state, but secure only for, say, 90%.
2)Since it is a full size wallet, this thing is really bulky comparing to the bare phone. No, it is not like Otter Defender case. It is rather like two Otter Defenders, or even a bit thicker. Thus it is rather hard to find a proper car holder, unless you're ready to uncase your phone for driving. I preffered not to, and the only holder which fits this need seem to be ChargerCity Hippo Series Universal Smartphone NonSlip Beanbag Friction Mount (see here at Amazon ChargerCity Universal Smartphone Friction Magellan so I've bought it and happy. It is not very flexible with orientation, and it is not of a type "snap it in and go", you have to set the thing up each time, but, again, it is OK with me, and during the drive it works fine. The same thing with a belt holster -- I've bought BLACKHAWK! Belt Pouch Holster (B001AQ4HLG
3)The leather part almost blocks the access to the S-Pen. It is still retrievable, since the internal case itself does have S-Pen access hole -- but one have to bend slightly the wallet's corner, and use some effort to grab the S-pen with a finger nail. I don't use S-Pen frequently, though, and it is still not a problem for me to get it out when I need it, but it _might_ be a problem for a frequent S-Pener with not very strong fingers.
4)As I said, the thing is bulky. I am a big guy, so to me it just provides an additional -- and very good -- hand grip during the phone talk, but, again, a smaller person might find it a bit too bulky. I use a different case on weekends and evening walks around the block -- i.e., not when I do need my wallet, like on workdays. Also, BT helps a lot.
5)Protection. See the photo, protection is not a military grade full-proof -- the very top and the very botom edges of the phone are not covered, and the wallet cover itself doesn't seem to help at these areas.When I place the wallet on a table surface, I do see a small space between the table surface and the phone's edge, so the case stands on the wallet's cover rather than on the phone's edge. However, I'm not sure whether it will save the edge from a hit if I drop it intentionally. OK, I didn't experiment, of course. On the other hand, the grip seem to be soooooo reliable, that I hardly can imagine any drops.
Any of the items above could easily drop a star from the rating, but, again, I personally find them non-serious comparing to what I gain. These are actually features, not bugs. So I'm very happy with this case, and even thinking about buying a spare one.