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Griffin Elan Passport Wallet

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Griffin makes a ridiculously wide range of iPhone cases, but I like folding wallet cases so decided to opt for their Elan Passport Wallet. When you open the case the left-hand flap includes slots for holding business cards and a little pocket for scraps of paper - or, you know, something for the weekend. There are cutouts for both cameras and the wallet is finished off with chrome trim on the front flap to provide a little extra protection. It’s available in a nice smart black, or rather lurid platinum with a flowery interior pattern.

Griffin Elan Passport Wallet

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Price £30
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Griffin Prophetik Folio

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This designer wallet comes with a designer price tag – at 50 quid it’s the most expensive iPhone case I’ve ever seen. It is rather nice, though. The Folio is the first product in a new range that Griffin has produced in partnership with trendy Tennesse-based design house, Prophetik. The case is available in black or brown and is hand-stitched out of eco-conscious "reclaimed" leather that will soften with age to give you that cosy lived-in feel. It’s also got little pockets for business cards or credit cards.

Griffin Prophetik Folio

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Price £50
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