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- Significantly thinner than most existing wallets
- Blocks almost all RFID signals from passing through
- Comfortably holds 4-10 cards
- Can store both cash and cards in a very slim profile
- Product weighs 3.0 oz. for a heavy and solid feel
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The Radix One Black Steel is an ultra-thin replacement to the standard bi-fold wallet. It can hold between 4-10 cards in between the heavy gauge steel plates and is held together by a durable silicone band. Cash can be held by the band much like a money clip. To increase the capacity for carrying cash, just unhook one of the clips on the back of the steel plate. Patent pending.
- Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 2 x 0.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B018N8M5K8
- Item model number: RDX002BS
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 27, 2015
- Average Customer Review:
Top customer reviews
I do have 12 items, plus a thick gate key in the middle, with 3 bills folded on the outside. About 9 of the 12 are regular sized cards, the other three are laminated paper. More cards equal more wiggle room. I don't worry about anything falling out, but I do notice a slight shift every now and then. I used to carry a lot more than this, and I even tried to leave some of what I have now in my car, but it just didn't work out. If you only carry about 6 or less cards I would say this wallet could be close to perfect for you.
There are a couple of personal dislikes. I don't like having my money visible period. I keep the bills flipped so the value is hidden, but I don't like that it can be seen at all. Putting money in the center is not an option, I'm not dealing with getting it in and out, or slipping cards out around it.
Also, access to cards are supposed to be made easier by sliding the cards to one side, then pinching the other to fan the cards out. This can work, but even with fewer cards you risk spewing cards all over the place. I think a better design would be to wrap the band around the short ends like the carbon fiber Fidelo wallet. 12 cards may potentially still fly out but you should be able to manage a smaller number.
I took all but 5 cards out and passed a moderate shake test. I could purposely shake the cards out, but that's not practical for everyday use.
If you're going to buy this wallet, go with the steel one....trust me. It feels great in your hands and also feels sturdy, which comes with a nice weight. The band seems strong (I don't carry a whole lot of cash so its fine for me). I tend to carry about 6 cards including some gift cards and it is not that difficult to get the cards in and out of the wallet quickly. My only complaint is that I've noticed some wear on my cards from them scraping against the steel which isn't a huge deal but I imagine it could become a problem after a long period of time. Overall, I would buy this product again as should you.
I carry about 12 cards including credit card id cards store cards and such, and I also carry a stack of cash. Rubber band holds the cash pretty well. the rubberband goes all around the Radix. I kinda wish one side has the tradittional money clip style clip and not rubber band, maybe they can implement that for radix two or something.
i did opt for a business card case to carry my business cards. normal paper cards will wear very quick going in and out of this thing.
First, the metal construction seems like a great idea, until you have a phone in the same pocket/bag as this wallet... it can scratch your phone.
Secondly, it is difficult to remove one card from this, even he one on top, meaning you have to take all of them out. Not terrible but not great.