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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
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RFID Blocking! My credit card information is safe from electronic pick pocketing.
-Heavy gauge steel plates
-Silicone Band does not stretch or tear
-Upgraded hooks that hold the silicone band in place.
-Front pocket wallet. No more sitting on bulky leather wallets!
=Does no deteriorate like the cheap leather that wallets are made from.
I like that it is heavier than the plastic Radix One Slim wallet
I cannot see thru the the steel plates like I could with the plastic Radix wallet.
-Protecting my personal information is more important of course.
I highly recommend these wallets. Sitting on a bulky wallet causes back pain and causes the leather to break down and fall apart. The Radix Steel is Bullet Proof!
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.
The bad things about it aren't big enough to stop me from giving it anything less than 5 stars,
- The band around it tends to get dirty really fast if you place it on something like a carpet or have pets.
- The band also slips off if you put money in one way, but not the other, because of the design, its made so you can take it off and put more than the usual amount of bills. Not a big problem, just have to look at what you're doing.
- It sometimes takes way too long to pull something in or out of the wallet, but once you get the hang of it you are able to do it very quickly. I only really use it 1-2 times a day so its not inconvenient at all.
All really minor things that will bother picky people. Great looking / performing wallet otherwise.
I've been using it since May 2017. The only issue I have with it is that the elastic band has started to sag. I've had between 5-8 cards in it, and various thickness of bills in it. Over a short period of time the elastic has started to become looser.
Overall, very satisfied with it. It's a great replacement if you want to move to a slimmer wallet.