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About this item
- No Closure closure
- MINIMALIST - unique modern design that stores cards and cash in a slim profile significantly thinner than traditional bifold wallets
- RFID PROTECTION - effectively blocks almost all unwanted RFID signals from passing through
- EFFICIENT - comfortably holds 4-10 cards and weighs 3 oz. for a heavier, solid, and more noticeable feel in your hand and pocket
- STRONG & DURABLE - sleek stainless steel construction that is built to last
- PATENT-PROTECTED DESIGN covered by a 1 year manufacturing warranty
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Why carry more than you need? Radix One Black Steel is an ultra slim wallet designed to replace large and bulky traditional bifold and trifold wallets. The simple and functional design includes a strong silicone band that wraps around two stainless steel plates to sandwich credit cards and IDs in the middle. The wallet is designed to hold 4-10 cards comfortably, and the firm yet flexible band acts as a money clip to secure cash on the outside.
Radix One Black Steel combines the natural strength, durability, and RFID-protection of heavy gauge stainless steel with the sleek minimalist design of our best-selling Radix One Slim Wallet. Choose Black Steel for its sturdier, more weighted build that feels solid in your hands and slides right in but won't get lost in your bag or front, back, or jacket pocket.
As Slim and Strong As It Gets
Black Steel's robust construction means it's built to last and ready to take you from the rugged to the refined in style. Show off your savvy, sophisticated side with a wallet that offers both polish and protection.
RFID Blocking Protection
Radix One Black Steel is engineered to block unwanted RF signals from passing through to ensure that your identity stays safe and protected.
Holds Cards and Cash
Our innovative design features a sturdy yet pliable silicone band that allows the wallet to expand to fit your carrying needs with an ideal load of 4-10 cards.
Redesigning Everyday Essentials
Here at Radix, we are dedicated to rethinking how everyday products are designed and used. We want to elevate and uncomplicate your daily life with our line of simple, sleek, and functional everyday carry that fits in as well at home as it does on the road and in the wild.
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 3.5 x 0.5 x 2 inches; 2.12 Ounces
- Item model number : RDX002BS
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : November 27, 2015
- Manufacturer : Radix
- ASIN : B018N8M5K8
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
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1) It's heavy. The plates on both sides are good for the RFID protection I guess, but it adds a lot of weight to something that you don't really want to feel in your pocket.
2) You notice it's there... this is a good thing and a bad thing. One, you always know it's in your pocket, but those corners and get annoying, especially if you're wearing gym shorts or something like that.
3) This one is probably the most annoying one. It's hard to get your cards in and out. I don't carry a lot of cards, but when I need a specific one, I have to take out all my cards, fan through them, get the one I want, then bunch them all together and fit them back in between the plates. Even when I go into a store that I know I'll need (Costco) I'll put my membership card on the edge for easy access, but then trying to put it back in is just annoying.
It has lasted well. Heavy duty, won't break on you, but overall it's more of a hassle than a convenience. So I'm moving on to find the perfect wallet for me.
1. You have to take almost everything out to get access to one card
2. The cards rub against each other and the plates so it does kind of scuff up your cards especially if you are holding the max 10 cards and access them a lot.
3. The bands break, they do last a long while and are relatively inexpensive.
4. If the band breaks while you are out and about then you basically have loose cards and 2 metal plates. I use to keep a extra band in my car.
5. Doesn't hold much cash, especially if you are carrying the 10 cards.
But for under $20 you get a slim (if not the slimmest) wallet with RFFID blocking that holds 10 cards. For the 3 years I used this thing I am overall very pleased despite the drawbacks. I recently upgraded to a Dango A10 which is a much more expensive wallet but I needed more flexibility to reconfigure what I am carrying in my wallet on a particular day. However, if you just need to carry a few cards and a small amount of cash daily then Radix One is a great value.
The steel casing is doing fine but I honestly forgot about my initial concerns with the band eventually wearing out or snapping. The day has finally come so I ordered my 2-pack replacement which you have to (slightly annoyingly but easily) do from the company's website and not here on Amazon. That said its now $5.99 with free shipping for the replacements.
For my usage I think it might be important to note that with the smaller form of this style wallet, I stopped using my rear pockets for carrying a wallet and now will use a leg pocket or perhaps a cargo pocket depending on my pant/short. I suspect with that being the case, there is less stress and pulling on the band versus if you were sitting on it.
I believe I could have gotten some more life out of the band but I had been doing a lot of cycling the past 5 months and when I put this in one of my bike frame pouches and ride a bit, it gets moved all around and stretched and cards almost sliding out of it if I'm mountain biking or on a lot of gravel. For those reasons I think it put more sheer stress on the edges of the steel plates and cause the band to rip about 3/4 through. Perhaps it started a little bit ago and I failed to notice but anyway, it's still holding now and I'll get my replacements in the near term. I have no regrets about this choice and decided for $5.99 to replace these bands although the thought of lighter wood or aluminum series did cross my mind. Maybe in another 8 years after I get through my 2-pack of replacement bands! :-)
Top reviews from other countries
It’s well made (2 bits of steel connected with a sturdy strap). Nice finishing and reassuringly heavy.
It can fit up to 5 cards or so and I use the atrap to add some cash.
I would expect the price point to be slightly lower. But it will last forever so the quality may justify the price.