If you want to combine your pocketbook and your iPhone, Sena’s $52 Walletbook might be the case for you. The Walletbook is a side-flip snap leather case, and offers several pockets for business and credit cards. It has a clear screen to slide in a driver’s license on the left-hand fold, with the iPhone itself sitting in an enclosure to the right. It’s available in 14 different colors and textures.
The case is definitely one of Sena’s bulkier offerings—and that’s without any additional material in the pockets. The iPhone sits awkwardly in the Walletbook, held in place only by a tucked-in leather tab. While the ports are accessible, the entire device tends to shift left, which makes the Home button occasionally hard to press. Trying to receive phone calls while not connected to a headset was comical—I had to fold the flap backwards to hold it comfortably, which basically doubled the thickness of the phone.
In theory, I could see the Sena Walletbook working for a business professional with a Bluetooth headset, but even then, I’m hesitant to recommend it due to its iffy construction and instability.