The Ekster 3.0 Classic Collection only dropped a few weeks ago, but we're already making big waves with our new wallets. If you have one, want one, or once had a dream about a lost wallet which found its way back to you: read on.
The first of our reviews is by Kickstarter backer Jake Gage, who also reviewed the 2.0 for us! Take a look at what he had to say.
Speaking of Kickstarter, we've got some more reviews for you! Here's what our beloved backers had to say about the Ekster 3.0 wallets which they helped us to create.
Looking good so far! We're extremely happy to see our backers loving their new wallets, and we're grateful for the amazing support they gave us during the campaign.
Our second review is by randomfrankp, who's well known in tech circles. He's here taking us through his Minimal Tech EDC, in which you'll see the Ekster 3.0 Parliament Wallet making an appearance:
If you're looking for a more in-depth review which covers the wallet, its features, and the upgrades from the 2.0, ChrispyThings has you covered. Take a look at his deep dive into the Ekster 3.0 Parliament Wallet.
Still curious? Good! We're loving the enthusiasm, so let's take a look at one last review to help you make up your mind about your next wallet ;) ModernDayTech covered us on Youtube earlier this week as well, so this review is fresh off the racks. If you're looking into the tracker more and more, this is the review for you:
It's extremely gratifying to see such great reviews out, and even more so to know we're keeping people's wallets from getting lost. On that note, we've got a special guest blog lined up for next week from one of our customers in Barcelona! Here's what she had to say:
"I fancied the overall look and the slimness. It fit in my hand perfectly and I loved the idea of the design with the strap for cash. I no longer had the hassle of a zipper or cards slipping out. Quite frankly, it felt really good to flaunt a sexy-looking wallet."
We'll be back soon with more reviews from our favorite people, about your favorite wallet. Watch this space!