Allett Nylon Original Wallet
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- Made in USA
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Holds up to 24 cards & cash
- Sweat & water resistant
- Weight .4 oz.
- Dimensions: 5" x 3 3/4"
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Organize your cards and cash in the thin, water-resistant EcoThin Original Wallet that is made from recycled plastic bottles. It can accommodate up to 24 cards and has separate pockets for cash and receipts. The card pockets have enhanced rubber grip.
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 6.5 x 0.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00GRDC6OW
- Item model number: 910106
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 18, 2013
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
I was surprised when the All-Ett came in the mail; it came in a large envelope (completely flat). The biggest complaint I have with the All-Ett wallet is how it feels. It is durable, but it feels flimsy and makes a crackling sound in your pocket or when you open it. This is because of the spinnaker cloth. I will repeat again, "it is durable" .But this aside, I wouldn't trade this wallet for anything, that is how much I like it. Many times I even wear this wallet into my front pants pocket for safe keeping, it is that small.
The All-Ett doesn't seem to hold very small, "keychain" cards very well. At least I have not found a way to hold them securely. It holds regular credit cards, cash, and pictures very securely. It also doesn't hold change, no big deal because I hate change anyway. I have a large amount of material in my All-Ett and it is about one quarter the size of my old leather wallet. Right now, in my All-Ett, I have close to 30 cards, about $100, and a few pieces of folded paper in my wallet and it's still very slim and very small. I also like the All-Ett because I routinely carry a wallet in my front jacket pocket; my old wallets were too big for this. In addition, it holds pictures better than most standard wallets which is a very nice feature, possibly overlooked.
The biggest complaint most people will have with the All-Ett is how it feels and the sound it makes.Read more ›
I had this product for four months before ditching it and starting the search for another wallet.
I love the concept -- this is just not executed well.
My main problem is with the card-pockets. They don't work. When I started, I tried to trim-down the number of cards I was carrying, and ended up with about 12 -- 3 to each pocket. Apparently, that's not enough in each one, as the cards would slide out every time the wallet was opened.
After a few weeks of dropped cards and frustration, I re-arranged things a bit. Two pockets ended up with 1 card each, and the other two had about 5 each. This fixed the sliding-out problem rather well.
Unfortunately, it created another problem, as the seam between two of the pockets came un-stitched. Now I had the sliding out problem compounded with sliding AROUND. Each time I opened the wallet, I'd end up with a bunch of cards sliding out to the middle....not fun.
I have seen the suggestions and customer-service fixes in these comments. Credit cards are a standard-size -- the manufacturer shouldn't be telling customers they have to re-stitch or move the seam for the wallet to work properly. Also, I don't feel wallets are items that need "retraining" for their owners to properly handle them. I've been using wallets for 35 years...and they've all worked better than this one.
I'm disappointed because at first, I really liked it -- it's really thin, and that's great. But until they figure out how to handle cards so that they are secure, yet easy to remove, I will look elsewhere.
When I first read the suggestion, I thought the idea was just to add extra card to add extra thickness to the pocket. That seemed counterproductive (you don't want to add thickness to the world's thinnest wallet), and when I tried with a few business cards, it didn't work very well.
But the trick isn't to do that. The trick is to put in a piece of card whose height and length (not thickness) make it a snug fit into the pocket. A business card is too small for that. I found that a poker-sized playing card worked great (especially if trimmed just a little). The playing card adds almost no thickness to the wallet. But the snug fit in the "height" of the card creates a sort of elastic grip when you put even just two or three credit cards into the card pocket. The extra cards distort the pocket a bit to squeeze the playing card, whose elasticity presses back, holding the cards in place. It's sort of hard to describe, but try it and you'll see. It really works.
With this setup, I find cards won't fall out of the card pockets even if you pick up the wallet by its ends and shake it. Awesome!! I just tried it today, so I don't know if this effect will run out over time as the card loses its elasticity, but so far is seems like a super-good solution.
I just got my All-ett a few days ago. I like everything about it except the slippy-card problem. This hack seems to totally eliminate that. Thanks, Mark Neilsen!!!
(Also: Am I embarrassed to have spent this much time thinking about a wallet? No. Well maybe a little...)
(And: The all-ett I got was actually the "international" version, but the same thing seems to apply for the card-pocket...)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is simply one of the best men's wallets available in my opinion. Holds your credit cards and business cards and cash (if you happen to have some), and remains thin. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
I often carry foreign banknotes, so I need a wallet that is taller than a credit card. I also carry a bunch of cards - at least 15 - which is an advantage with this wallet as the... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Conor Mcquaid
This wallet replaced an old big skinny wallet I had. This one is a little slimmer, and I really like the style of the 4-card flat layout. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Steve
it is lightweight. but its soo flimsy that its hard to use.Published 6 days ago by falesha baltierra
So far it's working great for me. Seems very well made and was what I was looking for without being too minimalistic.Published 9 days ago by James Bacon
Love it. Light weight, thin, but it holds a lot. If you overstuff it, like me, it may not last too long, but with a reasonable payload it should wear well. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Wayne Manor
For a thin wallet, this is pretty good. It fits comfortably in both front and back pockets, even in tight jeans. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Lee
Quality wallet, seems robust so far, slim design makes it good for front pocket. It is quite light and thin, notably different overall feel if you've had normal/non-slim wallets... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Peter E.
This wallet is extremely thin and flexible. It is so thin that when I keep it in my back pocket I will often forget it is there. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Sam