This wallet case from Amazon's own brand, AmazonBasics, has a lot in common with the Dreem Fibonacci wallet case—both feature a bifold design, a magnetic clasp, and a few slots for cards and cash. The AmazonBasics wallet case, however, is about $10 less than Dreem's.
But you may want to consider ponying up the extra cash anyway, because the AmazonBasics take on this style is significantly clumsier. The problem stems from the clasp's magnet, which is too strong for its own good. The Dreem Fibonacci wallet's magnet is strong enough to stay shut but weak enough to open with one hand, but the AmazonBasics clasp is hard to undo.
Even when the top flap is disengaged from the bottom flap and pushed as far back as it can bend, the corner of it remains stuck to the bottom flap due to the magnet's strength. The result is that, nearly every time you reach for your phone, you have to fumble with the case's cover first.
The case comes in five different colors and is listed on Amazon for about $25, but we only recommend it if you're dead-set on saving some money on a decent-enough wallet case.