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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: 0.32 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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I have four cards in there, plus my license, plus two thin insurance cards, and the cards feel a little loose to be honest; I may have to just keep an extra junk card or two in there to keep them a little tighter. I wouldn't say I necessarily feel like they are going to slide out on their own easily but it certainly feels possible and that little possibility has me a bit on edge. Maybe after a few weeks I will get over it...
The money stays securely in there though. I only have four bills in there right now and they are in there nice and tight. I think it just comes down to plastic cards sliding against the metal easily vs paper money sliding on metal and rubber.
Like I said, the cards certainly can come out quite easily and I don't anticipate any fumbling around or hassle to be had with using my debit or credit card multiple times daily. Just push them up from the bottom, fan them a little bit and grab what you need. I could even take out the entire stack and slide them back in very easily without any struggle at all. When putting them back, it feels kind of like i'm holding a little deck of cards and getting them lined up nice and neatly back in a pile. Feels good.
Also it's worth noting that when I sit in my office chair, I used to always remove my wallet as it felt more comfortable with an empty pocket. However, I sat in here today for a few hours already and I forgot I had this in my pocket. I am liking this thing very much so far!
Nice job, Radix! Next time though maybe don't slap "Made in China" under the rubber band though.. even though most people will have no need to lift the band at that spot, that was annoying to see and I was just like.. why does that have to be right there? I'll never understand why everything has to have a label of where it was made. I am grateful that it wasn't slapped somewhere more visible though.
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.