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I’ve never lost a passport, phone or ID at an airport, but I most certainly am the kind of person who might at some point in her life. That’s why, when I stumbled across this $14 passport wallet on Amazon while planning an upcoming trip to London, I knew it was an impulse buy I wouldn’t regret.
Only after I made the purchase did I realize it’s Amazon’s best-selling passport wallet. When I originally wrote about this wallet, it had nearly 4,000 reviews and a 4.5-star rating. Now, less than a year on, it has closer to 7,000 reviews, and has maintained its 4.5-star rating, which seems like a fair assessment given the wear and tear it has taken during my own travels, from Iceland to Mexico.
What I love most about this travel accessory is the fact that it has a place for everything ― and I mean everything. I was able to fit all of my credit and debit cards, a pen, my passport, boarding passes, cash, coins and even my phone into this little guy, no problem. It even has a little hook to secure your keys while traveling, so you truly have everything in one place.
The material isn’t necessarily high-quality — it feels a bit like the material used on school bus seats — but it’s extremely durable and waterproof, which you want in something that’s holding your entire travel itinerary, cash and identification documents.