FIDELO Launches New “Hybrid” 3-in-1 Mechanical Minimalist Wallet for Men

Genius Design Combines RFID-Blocking Aluminum Mechanism with Choice of 5 Different Leather Sleeves for Bold Fashion Statement

Blaine WA, United States - November 17, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

FIDELO, maker of some of the top-selling minimalist wallets on Amazon, has broken new ground with the introduction of its amazing 3-in-1 mechanical minimalist wallet dubbed the “Hybrid.” In a brilliant combination of fashion design and engineering, the Hybrid slim wallet is based on a cool aluminum slider mechanism which ejects cards smoothly. The RFID blocking aluminum wallet looks great and can be used on its own as-is, holding up to 5 cards as well as bills with a carbon fiber-accented money clip cash band. Alternatively, the case may be slipped into a removable genuine leather case for a high-tech design that blends a traditional masculine look. The leather sleeve expands the Hybrid’s capacity by holding an extra 2 cards and up to 10 bills while allowing unhindered access to cards.

To celebrate the release of this uniquely original wallet for men, FIDELO is offering a special limited-time introductory discount to introduce it to the public.

Buyers may choose from one of five different great-looking leather sleeves – Black Crazy Horse, Charcoal Crazy Horse, Desert Tan, Rustic Brown, or Woodland Camo. The leather sleeves are not RFID-blocking which allows users to keep cards they want to scan accessible without removing from the card case wallet. The Hybrid’s mechanical ejector system is brilliantly engineered for exceptional functionality, secure storage and easy 1-finger access that is guaranteed to never jam. It comes with two black carbon fiber-accented bands to securely hold cash. The Hybrid aluminum case alone measures 4.3” x 2.6” inches, and with the leather sleeve it measures just 4.3” x 2.9” – indisputably one of the most unique front pocket wallets for men on the market.

The FIDELO Hybrid pop-up card wallet comes with a No-Risk 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. It makes an excellent, special gift and arrives with beautiful designer packaging, sure to be impressive to any man, whether it’s a brother, father, boyfriend or co-worker who will love this intelligently engineered credit card wallet.

Like all of FIDELO’s minimalist wallets, the Hybrid has received outstanding reviews on Amazon, such as this one from Verified Purchaser “Tyler”: “Yes. Yes. Yes. So much yes. This is everything I’ve been wanting and looking for from a slim design “trigger-style” wallet. Comes with elastics to wrap the wallet to hold cash. And the leather/suede style sleeve adds the perfect touch to class up the aluminum design. Cards hold super tight whether it’s full or even just 1 card. (Not the case for other similar style wallets).”

Amazon Verified Purchaser “C.Schultz” wrote: “I don’t usually leave reviews for things, but this wallet is another level. I recently went through a horrible back injury, 2 herniated discs and one bulging, that left me unable to even walk for a couple months. So I’ve been looking for an alternative to a wallet since sitting on a wallet is a huge stress on your lower back (especially huge bulky ones). I got this delivered yesterday and let me tell you.... it is life changing! So sleek and comfortable to keep in the front pocket. Absolute top notch quality and feels so sturdy. For this price you can’t beat this wallet. This thing compares to the $100+ wallets on the market for a fraction of the price. Buy it! You won’t regret it!”

Anyone interested in sampling one of the best minimalist men’s wallets available anywhere should Claim Offer Here, to use this special discount coupon on the purchase of a FIDELO Hybrid.

Contact Info:
Name: Jenna Parker
Organization: FIDELO™
Address: #16219, 1685 H Street - Blaine, WA, 98230 US

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