It’s about 10 bucks less than the Zip iPhone Holster. Designed to be worn horizontally rather the vertically, it rides a little easier on the hip than the Zip. However, both cases will be too bulky for many folks.
It’s available in full-grain leather or rugged ballistic nylon and closes with YKK waterproof zippers. The Finn iPhone Holster serves as both an iPhone case and a wallet for holding a phone, cash, and cards. It can worn on the hip (which I prefer) or attached to a bag strap (which, to me, would make it easy for a thief to snatch the case and its valuable contents).
The Finn is spacious. It can hold up to 20 credit/debit/driver’s license cards along with cash. Its double functionality kinda makes up for the bulk. However, it stays closed due to a magnet system. The magnets are strong, but if you flex your hip just right, they pop loose. That’s not good, so make sure the Finn is situated on your belt, so this can be avoided (as much as possible).
I said the Finn rides a bit easier on the hip than the Zip, but it’s still a big ‘ol case. The one for my iPhone 14 Pro Max measures 7.5 x 0.75 x 4.25 inches and weighs 4.2 ounces. (Versions for smaller iPhones are, of course, smaller).
The Finn iPhone Holster Wallet costs US$89 for the black ballistic nylon model and $99 for the premium full-grain leather version. It fits the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro (“naked” or within an Apple case), iPhone 14 Plus and Pro Max (naked or within an Apple Case) or the iPhone Pro (within a bulky drop-proof case).
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