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on 13 April 2015
I can't deny there IS something addictive about Kipling. This is the first item by them that I've had, but it probably won't be the last - even though I do balk at the prices, which are surely outrageous for bags and purses that aren't leather or, in my opinion, luxuriously lined. I don't find any of the slots in this wallet too tight for purpose, as stated by another reviewer. The slots and sections hold everything I need a purse to hold, neatly and efficiently. However, a rather serious design fault which I've realised during use, is that you can't use the wallet without leaving the coin 'area' open. After having all my coins end up on the ground in front of an ATM at Tesco's, I've decided to keep my loose change inside the zipped section of the coin area, although this is not something I normally do, or which I find convenient. Plus that leaves three quite large sections which are useful only for large, light items such as coupons, which won't easily fall out.
Reviewers seem to have found design or manufacturing flaws, for all of the Kipling wallets/purses, which I find surprising as design and 'organisation' is what Kipling bags are famous for.