Spigen iPhone 6 case with card holder

With the iPhone 6 being larger compared to its predecessor, it makes sense for owners of the handset to travel lighter and smarter. The way to do this is rather simple, and that is to get a wallet case, although the tough decision is what one. While we do not profess to know what would be the best one to go for, we can point you in the direct of the Spigen iPhone 6 Case Wallet S.

This iPhone 6 case with card holder comes in a choice of four colors, these are Black, White, Mint, and Pink, so ideal for consumers or business users. We are fooled a little with the premium look, as it is actually made from a synthetic leather, although the price pretty much gives it away.

Spigen iPhone 6 case wallet

The phone fits inside a plastic holder, where it is kept safe with a flip cover, along with space for three credit or debit cards. There is also a section for you to keep a small amount of cash in, making this an ideal case for taking to work, or if you have no need to carry a purse or wallet.

What we do like about this wallet case is the small cutout on the flip cover, which allows for conversations when closed, meaning the flap will not hang awkwardly.

Spigen wants $29.99 for its iPhone 6 Case Wallet S, which isn’t that bad when you consider it serves two purposes.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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