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Smartphone Wristlet 2.0
in Cobalt (#13964474)

RaisinCobaltClassic Black

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Our beloved all-in-one Smartphone Wristlet is now even smarter. We redesigned this fan favorite to include a bill compartment, and we moved the wrist strap to the opposite side to make the phone compartment even more secure. Inside, there are still all the components of a well-organized wallet: four card slots, a bill compartment and an ID window, plus two slip pockets. This version is crafted in our sophisticated Vera Vera microfiber with chic patent trim.

Details & Care Tips


  • Larger all-in-one phone case and wallet
  • Zip-around and pin-snap closures
  • Inside, four card slips, bill compartment and ID window, plus two slip pockets
  • Fits iPhone in OtterBox Case
  • Wristlet strap unclips to wrap it around handbag or tote handle


5 ½" x 3 ¼" x 1 ¾" with 6" wrist strap

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wrong placement of wrist strap attachment I love the original Smartphone Wristlet style (have it in 3 prints). It fits my iPhone in its bulky Otterbox case perfectly, I love the compartments and the secured ID window, and the wrist strap attachment is perfectly placed so when I'm wearing it on my left wrist, I can open the zip compartment or the cell phone compartment without having to remove it from my wrist. I wanted a solid color of the same style and decided on this Smartphone Wristlet 2.0. However, the placement of this style's strap attachment is odd. Without having to remove it from my left wrist, I can open the cell phone compartment fine but when I open the zip compartment, the wristlet will be positioned with the card slot openings facing upside down. One will be pulling out her credit cards out of the slots downwards instead of upwards as almost everybody typically do. September 11, 2014
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