Luxe 6 wallets are available in eight colors combos- everything from bold to classic. However, the Luxe 6 in this review is a sample of the Gold collection. For an extra five dollars, the Gold edition Luxe 6 comes with a black exterior, a gold money clip, gold foiled packaging, and the title of “special edition”.
Inside, a group of three card slots are staggered on each side. Unlike the Blade wallet I reviewed last year, this wallet stores a more common number of cards- six. Try as you might, you can't jam two cards into one slot!
The midline of the wallet has a thin money clip. Making bills easy to insert and remove, the money clip is loose enough to hold ten to twelve bills comfortably. There is one caveat, however. While most bi-folds keep money safely tucked out of sight in a compartment, the Luxe 6 leaves bills visible whenever the wallet is open. As I showed this wallet to one current bi-fold user, he said that he would stick with his current wallet because of this. Personally, I don’t mind. I don’t carry an exorbitant amount of cash, though.
The Luxe 6’s minimalist design creates a minimal profile. With a full six cards and ten bills, the Luxe measures about half an inch thick. It is so thin, light, and compact that it is easy to forget about. When I first carried the Luxe, I had to check my pocket to make sure that it was still there!
All in all, the Luxe 6 is another winner by Dosh. It incorporates a sleek, attractive design and durable materials.