Protect your iPhone 6 and keep your cards and cash at hand with these best iPhone 6 wallet cases.
1byone Leather Wallet Case for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is made of genuine leather and is wax polished. Spigen’s glorious-looking iPhone 6 wallet probably gets the most votes for a high-quality accessory for an affordable price point. The inner slot is lined with the Faraday cage that prevents payment terminals from reading other card placed inside.
Verus Wallet Case is a perfectly designed slim case for iPhone 6 that comes with slots for two cards or IDs.
As the name says, the Terrapin Wallet Case is made of 100% premium leather that gives it a suave look. This special case from iArmour USA not only acts as a wallet but also protects your credit card information from theft. CM4’s Q Card Case is a very thin wallet case that conveniently lets you hold 3 cards, IDs, etc and cash. A high quality protective case for iPhone 6, the ACEABOVE’s wallet case has slots to comfortably hold business cards, IDs or credit cards.
An innovatively made case, the Sewell Direct Monk Magnet Wallet Case consists of a removable magnetic inner case that is fitted to the magnetic wallet.
Ionic Pro’s wallet for iPhone 6 is a typical wallet case with all the features that we’ve come to expect from this category. Candywe’s iPhone 6 leather wallet case is a standard-issue wallet case that doubles up as a landscape-stand for your iPhone 6.
Does anyone know of a wallet that will allow me to carry my phone and not have to fold my bills. Angela listed some tips on how to stay safe against hacked RFID chips, and she mentioned RFID-blocking sleeves, pouches, and wallets.
As Guy mentioned in his post on blocking RFID chips, an Altoids can is actually somewhat effective as a Faraday cage.


For those looking for an actual wallet, you’ll need to be careful when balancing price and effectiveness. When it comes to utilitarian design, I don’t think there’s any more utility-based than the Flipside Strata Wallet, which will set you back about $30. Other utilitarian wallets include the Flipside 2X Wallet for $40 (which Jackson reviewed in 2011) and the Identity Stronghold Secure Wallet for $35.
One downside is that these utilitarian wallets can sometimes be a bit too bulky depending on the situation. The Bi-Fold Leather Wallet by Access Denied for $42 is one that fits the sleeker side of the stylish spectrum. If you want something on the truly minimalistic side of design, the HuMn Wallet Mini and the HuMn Wallet 2 will be right up your alley. The $80 DataSafe Bi-Fold Croc Leather Wallet by Kena Kai is a potential choice for those who want to make a statement. RFID-blocking wallets will increase the security of your RFID-embedded cards, but they aren’t foolproof solutions.
I use a bi-fold wallet that's large enough to hold my passport and 4 credit cards while still being able to comfortably fit inside the inner-pocket of my sport coat.
This one’s a sport leather wallet for iPhone 6 (available for 6+ too) featuring high-quality leather and polycarbonate finish. At $25, it’s the best deal you can get for a wallet case for iPhone 6 (although you’re sure to find many knock offs for cheaper on Amazon). In addition, even the most effective RFID-blocking wallets can fail, whether due to wear and tear or user error.
The reason I say that is because the entire wallet is built out of high-strength polymer, not the usual leather and nylon that you might expect from a modern wallet.
The former is the larger and higher quality version of the Strata Wallet, while the latter is a simple bi-fold with space for bills and ten cards. It’s the only wallet I’ve found that has a pleasant saddle tan color while actually being effective at blocking RFID signals.


While friends of mine would carry around conventional leather wallets, I would be sporting a money clip. The interior of the wallet case is soft and silky, thereby safeguarding your phone while complementing its sleek design. This wallet case has two card slots for IDs & credit cards and a larger compartment for bills.
RFID chips are a convenient way to store and read data – instead of having to swipe your card through a reader, you can simply wave your card in front of an RFID scanner without even taking it out of your wallet.
The cheapest one I found that still works is the DIFRwear RFID Blocking Flip Side Wallet in black leather for about $23. With that said, spiffy-looking RFID-blocking wallets can be hard to find in general, so here’s what I could dig up for you.
But if you can’t find a way around it, then you can safeguard your cards with the wallets listed above.
Seen some others on kickstarters and they seem alright too, there’s such a variety these days with RFID wallets. This wallet case ideally secures your phone from drops and the screen protector incorporated with it guards against scratches.
Vaja makes a case for the iPhone 6 Plus they call the Walllet Agenda which does have the form fitting clasps. I'm looking for a discreet way of shielding my currency without the necessity of putting it inside my wallet. This wallet case comes with a high-end scratchproof screen protector that is Lay-Flat and guards the screen from damages.



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