The Note Sleeve is one of Bellroy's classic wallets, and I was excited to learn they offer a RFID version. Bellroy kindly sent me a wallet to review; opinions are my own. Here are my first impressions of the Note Sleeve.
At first glance, the Bellroy Note Sleeve is sleek, thin, and well designed. There were a few scoff marks right out of the envelope, but that may be because it's a smooth leather and not pebbled like my Tumi wallet.
The Note Sleeve can hold up to eleven cards, plus cash. Bills are stored flat. There is less material than a traditional wallet, which helps create a slim profile.
The pull-tab in the middle of the wallet provides quick-access to the cards stored in the sleeve. There's even a coin pouch in the bill storage area that doubles as a business card protector.
The Note Sleeve is equipped with RFID protection, which is a huge plus. Bellroy wallets also come with a 3-year warranty, so be sure to contact them if you encounter any defects with the product.
Check out the unboxing + first impressions video below:
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