Mujjo Leather Wallet Case iPhone

The phenomenon of wallet case popularity among iPhone owners hasn’t gone unnoticed by luxury case makers, and the Mujjo case is just one of those sexy options that leather lovers will have a hard time resisting.

Crafted out of vegetable-tanned leather and internally lined with a layer of suede to keep your iPhone cradled with the softest touch possible, the Mujjo is a luxurious travel case made for anyone who doesn’t want to lug their wallet around with them just to carry an ID and credit card on them at all times.

An elegant and affordable leather wallet case

Mujjo is hand-inspected for quality control before it ever leaves the manufacturer’s hands, but when it does, it comes in a fancy shipping bag with the Mujjo name proudly embroidered on it (yes, there’s a case box inside the bag, not just a case).

Mujjo Shipping Bag

You’ll find the Mujjo name in various places on the case itself, such as on the back pocket where your cards go and on the suede on the inside:

Mujjo Interior

High quality stitching keeps the wallet portion of the case fastened to your iPhone. These are well-made little cases, so you don’t have to worry about your cards suddenly missing from your iPhone at a later date:

Mujjo Stitching

The back pocket is capable of holding anywhere from 2-3 cards at a time. It will be tight the first time you use it, but like all forms of leather, it will break in over time. This break-in period also applies to the leather case itself, which with age, will look better and better.

In terms of the case itself as a protector of your iPhone, it covers all of the four corners of your device so that should you drop it, it’s not going to land on the metal itself. This isn’t really a high-impact case, so that’s something to keep in mind if you’re rough on your stuff.

If you use a lot of accessories with your iPhone, like third-party Lightning cables or Lightning attachments, then you’ll be happy to know that the wide cutout on the bottom of the case doesn’t get in the way of using anything. This also makes the Mujjo compatible with most iPhone docks.

Mujjo Lightning Port

The buttons on the sides are also easily accessible with wide open cuts, which means you’ll never have problems accessing the ringer/silent switch or changing the volume.

Mujjo Buttons

The camera opening is another important part of the case, and since the iPhone 7 Plus has a fancy new camera with a larger glass cover, keeping its enlarged surface area protected from drops is important. Mujjo has you covered; as you can see, the camera hump is recessed inside the Mujjo, so it won’t come in contact with surfaces.

Mujjo Camera

Anyone who’s into wallet cases knows there are tons of options out there, but the Mujjo is a step into the realm of luxury with its satisfyingly high-quality leather finish and slim form factor. They even come in different color choices: Black, Gray, and Tan.

Included below is a short list of pros and cons for the Mujjo case below:


  • Classy and stylish high-quality leather
  • Suede interior helps keep even a Jet Black iPhone micro abrasion-free
  • Wide openings for Lightning port and buttons
  • Holds as many as 3 cards inside its slim form factor
  • Comes in different colors
  • Affordable


  • Virtually no screen protection (invest in a screen protector)
  • Odds of losing your iPhone and your cards simultaneously increases with wallet cases

You can pick one up yourself from Amazon for about $34 for the iPhone 7 or $39 for the iPhone 7 Plus.

Also read: Some great wallet cases for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

What are your thoughts on the Mujjo? Share in the comments below!

  • Mark S

    Nothing wallet about this case at all. It’s a cheap case with a slot on the back to stick a card into. WHOOP DE **** DO. I have a wallet case. It opens like a book. The phone sits inside a protected sleeve where nothing can get to the screen. I can put 6 cards ON THE INSIDE into their own slots, and then close it so that nothing falls out. There is no cheap plastic anywhere.

    • Gucciipad

      The when you answer a phone call you are holding that stupid flap

      • Joseph Duffy

        Don’t forget that when you lose your phone/wallet, you lose BOTH your phone and your wallet.

    • Personally, I hate book-ish cases. The last thing I want to do is hold a flap open when I use my iPhone. I’ve been there, done that, they were uncomfortable for me.

  • I hate it how the card sticks out. Grabs attention which you don’t want.

    • Vinnie Bones

      the robber would want to know what kind of credit card he’s getting “approved” for.

  • malhal

    Hmm video says it only fits 1 card. The main prob tho is as leather breaks in your cards fall out.

    • A pinned comment in the video on YouTube says up to 3 cards. Andrew added this after noticing he said 1 by accident. I’ll ping him about adding an annotation to the video.

  • Valinor

    This case sucks. I love the Mujjo sleeves and laptop pouches, have them both, but the iphone case suck. The leather on the corners rips and its a flimsy case. Also no top and bottom protection.

  • Greg S

    I bought this case back in September for my iPhone 7+.

    I’ve only 2 disappointments:
    – there is thick plastic on the inside of the corners that touches the surface of the iPhone. The suade on the inside is only on the flat surface that touches the phones back surface. There is no suade on the inside corners.
    – because of the plastic on the corners a bit of grit/sand has been pushed through the black surface marking my phone. Something the Apple leather case never did.