Review: The Slimmest Cardholder You’ll Ever Need – The Turner by Andar

For the past 10 days, I’ve been using the Andar Turner in brown as my daily wallet, and I’m pretty rough on wallets, I pushed this piece to its limits during the process, without further adieu, you’ll find my comments below.

Let’s start off with the overall. If I had to give this wallet a score out of 10 as I do with all the wallets I review, I would give this wallet an 8.5/10 overall.

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Overall, this is one of the best leather cardholders I’ve had the privilege to get my hands on. As a fan of minimalistic designs, this wallet truly does fit the bill, while the Turner isn’t jam packed with extra features, I was able to push this wallet to its limits, while simultaneously testing out the quality of the leather, and it passed with flying colours. Better yet, It’s one of the slimmest cardholders I’ve used to date, even when fully loaded.

Card Capacity

While the Turner wallet may look slim, with only 2 external card slots and an interior slot with a pull tab, I was truly impressed by what I was able to fit into this wallet throughout the week. At this moment I have 3 embossed cards between the 2 outer pockets. On the inside pocket with the pull tab I currently have 1 receipt, 8 business cards, 4 additional credit/ID cards, and 3 tri-folded bills. For a cardholder than comes in at less than 1/2 an inch thick when completely loaded with everything i have in it, I am truly impressed.

Size and Bulk

The Andar Turner comes in at 4 1/8 inches wide, and 3 inches tall. Empty it comes in a 5/32 of an inch thick. Even when I’ve fully loaded it with everything I could throw at it, it’s still at just under half an inch thick! If you love a slim cardholder that doesn’t chew up your front pocket real estate, this is an ideal choice for you!

Card Grip

Leather card holders don’t generally have an issue with card grip, and the Andar Turner is no exception. Even after loading a pocket up to 3 cards, then dropping back to 1 there was no question of the grip whatsoever, the cards will always stay secure in this cardholder regardless of whether they’re one of the 2 external pockets, or the internal slide pocket.

Ease of Access

The Turner Wallet really sets itself apart from most cardholders on the market in terms of ease of access. I had to grab each card out of this wallet at least once, and despite there being a number of them in the centre pocket, it never took more than a second to grab any of the cards I was looking for. The pull tab in the centre pocket provides quick and easy access at any time, and the pull tab is made of canvas rather than elastic, so you don’t have to worry about it wearing out.

Additional Functionality

We’ve talked about some of the extra features this wallet has already, but for the sake of organizing the review, we’ll touch on them again. The non elastic pull tab in the centre pocket, let me cram a ton of receipts, cards, and cash into the middle portion of the cardholder, but with the non elastic pull tab, I was able to access anything I needed in approximately 1 second. The Turner wallet is also RFID protected, so your credit and debit cards can’t be skimmed when securely stored in this cardholder.

Quality of Materials

The leather used to make this cardholder is a full grain vintage leather. The important thing to note about full grain leather like this wallet is made of is that the leather will scuff or scratch quite easily, that being said though, this does NOT damage the quality of the wallet at all, in fact the patina the leather will gain from these scuffs and scratches makes it look even more beautiful that the day you took it out of the box.


Andar wallets come with a 12 month warranty, in which the company stands behind the quality and craftsmanship of their product. While this isn’s one the longer warranty’s available on modern wallets and EDC products, for a full grain vintage leather, this warranty is phenomenal .


This is where the Andar Turner gets truly exciting. The Turner may have high end features and be made of a high end material, but the price places it into an affordable category at only $53. With the quality and value in this wallet, I would say that the price point presents this as a product affordable by most people. While this may not be for everyone, the price point is accessible.

Final Notes

Something I haven’t mentioned yet was the phenomenal shipping on this product. Despite having to be shipped across an international border during COVID, I had this wallet within 2 business days of it being shipped. I believe that if what you like is a slim profile without too many fancy features, and you don’t want to spend $100+ on a wallet, this is the piece for you! What it lacks in special features it more than makes up for in price and overall value.

Overall the Turner Wallet by Andar gets a rating of 8.5/10. Placing it near the top of the class so far in pieces we’ve reviewed. This is a wallet I will definitely be using again, and a company I will be keeping my eye on moving forward. The Andar Turner & other Andar wallets can be purchased HERE

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