How to Use Your Kamino Wallet
We design all of our products to be as simple, yet as versatile as possible.
These wallets are very intuitive, and shouldn’t take much time at all to figure out.
You will be amazed at the thought put into all aspects of the design.
Caring for Your Kamino Wallet
The material is washable so it will survive some accidental machine washes.
However, when it gets dirty, we recommend that it is cleaned by soaking in water and washing gently by hand or with a toothbrush. This will extend the longevity of the product.
Kamino Wrap Wallet
The flap prevents bills from popping out easily, but you can use it either way.
It can hold 15 bills when new. Max 20 after some use.
TIP: You can pull bills out individually and quickly without opening the wallet fully.
The card slot in the front holds two most often used cards.
Second card slot in the back fits up to 4-6 cards.
The flap holds the cards securely and prevents them from accidentally popping out.
It will fit the thickness of cards but might be stiff when new. If that is the case, push the side a bit and crease.
TIP: For quicker access to the most used cards, insert the flap of the back card slot into the front card slot.
TIP: Although it's not designed specifically to carry coins, the back card slot can hold a few of them.
TIP: The back card slot is detachable so you can go without it if you want even less bulk.
There is another slot for everything you want to carry such as receipts, memorandums, another currency, boarding pass or photos, etc.
Kamino Card Wallet
The pull-tab is detachable. Use it if you need quick access to the most frequently used card.
When you use the pull tab, make sure the front flap goes into the cash slot to prevent it from popping out.
It's designed to work for right- and left-handed so that you can use it either direction.
TIP: If you carry fewer cards and worry about the pull-tab falling out, you can also insert it into the main card slot.
TIP: The flap of the front cover works as a divider to hold things like receipts or memos separately.