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- Pockets: 2 slip, 1 zip, 1 exterior, 16 card slots
- Main zipper closure and front zipper pocket with snap tab closure.
- Interior contains 8 credit card slots, 2 billfolds and 1 zipper pocket
- Features an adjustable and removable crossbody strap and a detachable wristlet strap
- Fits most smartphones (iPhone 6s, 7, 8, X, 8+, XR, XS, XS Max, Galaxy 9s, Galaxy 9S+ with thinner case)
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The new Sequoia Smartphone Flap Crossbody from The Sak can be worn as a clutch, wristlet or crossbody. It fits most large smartphones.
- Product Dimensions : 19.81 x 2.03 x 11.43 cm; 303 Grams
- Date First Available : 24 October 2020
- Manufacturer : The Sak
- ASIN : B08DF6ZXF8
- Item Model Number : 109098
- Country of origin : Cambodia
- Department : Womens
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62,541 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories)
- 439 in Women's Cross-Body Handbags
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My only complaint is, this is described as a "Smartphone Flap Crossbody " but the outside flap pocket of the purse will not fit an S20 Android phone with a protective case. The phone will barely fit inside without the case and it is hard to retrieve the phone from the pocket without dropping it. I don't know many people who spend that kind of money on a smartphone and not have it in a case.
The phone with case will fit inside but takes up so much room that you won't get keys, lipstick or any other small items inside. My phone with case measures 7 x 3.3125 x 0.5 inches. The opening at the side edges of the front pocket is approximately 0.25 inches
If the outside pocket were just 0.5 inches bigger, this would be a perfect little purse. I'd pay the extra $2 material cost for the ability to use that front pocket for its intended use.
Reviewed in the United States on 6 July 2021