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Giveaway: Waterfield Designs Finn wallet
Thursday, May 23, 2013 @ 1:49pm

Just in time for Father's Day, WaterField Designs has unveiled their new fine leather Finn wallet. This is the ultimate wallet for securely carrying cash, credit cards and even a cell phone. Electronista has two to give away, read on to learn more about this wallet, and how you can enter to win.



The Finn wallet is constructed with naturally deer-tanned leather in six color choices and two sizes: a compact version for cash and cards as well as a slightly longer version sized to fit an iPhone 5 or similar-sized smartphone. Inside there are two pouches for holding ID or credit cards as well as a stack of bills, while self-locking zippers secure the contents. It is designed to fit easily into men's pants pockets without causing a "wallet bulge." Currently the Finn is offered in two different sizes. Size 25 comfortably holds 20 or more credit cards and a nice wad of bills while size 27 fits a protected iPhone (or similar sized smartphone) along with up to 15 credit cards and a sizeable stash of cash. Color options include black, camel, grey, red, forest green, and cowboy brown. It retails for $35 from Sfbags.com.

To enter, click here, agree to our terms and conditions, and answer one skill-testing question. Mailing list signup is required to be selected, if you have already signed up for a mailing list, please place a check in the box next to the list you have signed up for. Giveaway is open to US residents and closes on May 31, 2013.

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