Original offer details & such: $9.95 + $6.95 P&H. BOGO: $6.95 P&H. Sales tax: CA & NY. Guarantee: 30-day (minus P&H).
As I wrote during my Aluma Wallet review, my grandmother got me a Buxton Wallet ten years ago. It's about to die, worn like a dry rag and doesn't have the shine it once held, but it's mine. It's the last thing I have from my grandmother. I keep it.Now you won't catch me wearing a Buxton Cell Phone Wallet. I'm not a fan of man bags , but I could see women wearing it around when they're not ready to take their Buxton Bags around. Quick and light, on the road. The question is: is it worth the time?
The Buxton Cell Phone Wallet is a multipurpose, mini-wallet that is able to help you carry the essentials around. Enough room for credit cards, a little cash, some IDs, a pen if you'd like, and the hook: your cell phone. It doesn't come with the bottomless floor like some purses seem to have, but it's not bulky so when you're out on light shopping or taking a walk, you have your essentials close at hand in one convenient spot.
According to buxtonwallet.com, Buxton Cell Phone Wallet claims the following features and benefits:
- genuine leather
- available in red, brown or black
- comes with bonus gift
- organizes all the belongings
Order Process: We found one old complaint out there. It looks like the lady order on the website and wasn't aware of the upsell process. Don't blindly click through the upsell process if you're just trying to get through the end. Most sites are "op out," meaning they're defaulted to accept the iteam. Make sure you manually click and say, "no," to each upsell.
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