Wallet

If you've ever used a binder clip as a pseudo-minimalist wallet, then you'll want to check out this review of the Edwin Wallet from Hive Design. It's like a binder clip on steroids and it just might become your new favorite wallet. Let's take a look. The Edwin Wallet is a wallet based off a… Read More

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I've discovered that I have a real affinity for leather wallets. They're flexible, durable, attractive and they smell great. I've also discovered an affinity for those wallets that carry my plastic cards vertically rather than horizontally. The Riveci Olympus - Bowie Pull-up Brown wallet is such a wallet and I was given the opportunity to… Read More

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Have you been shopping for a new minimalistic wallet but don't want one with the same old tired style as everyone else's minimal wallet? Then look no further my friends because I have a wallet that you'll want to check out. It's the PITAKA carbon fiber magnetic wallet and it's definitely unique. But is it the… Read More

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While I travel a great deal within the US, I don't often go out of the country and thus I rarely need my passport. But my wife has plans for the Gadgeteer Kid and me before he goes off to college and beyond. We are currently planning a nice long trip to the British Isles for the G.K.'s… Read More

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Posted in: Reviews, Travel Gear, Wallets

I'm always on the look out for unique EDC gear and the Tactical Wallet from Dango fits that criteria perfectly. What is it? It's a minimalist wallet made of aluminum and leather that can hold cards and case just like other wallets. So far that doesn't sound very unique, but the interesting thing about the… Read More

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I had a chance to review a great little wallet from A-SLIM, the Sapphire Black Chikara. After using the wallet in real world situations I can say that this wallet is exceeding my expectations when it comes to the smaller slimmer thin billfold wallets. First of all, the wallet's name, Chikara, is the Japanese word for… Read More

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Gadgeteers love their wallets and consider them as yet another tool to improve their EDC. Choosing the right one can be tough because there are eleventy billion minimalist wallets on the market today. So let me add one more choice to the mix. It's the Trayvax Element wallet and it's a stunner. But is it… Read More

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Trayvax Axis wallet review

Wallets are a simple device on the surface, basically designed to carry your cards and cash. Not unlike many, I have complicated my wallet by adding things like a pen and pen knife. I have been pretty loyal to my old wallet for a while since it was custom made for me. But wallets have… Read More

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The iPhone 6/6s Plus, the largest of Apple's iconic smartphone, has gotten a bit of a raw deal in the case market. Time and again, Julie has sent out review product notices, and they will be for every iPhone on the market - except the iPhone 6/6s Plus. Well, the artisans at Distil Union have… Read More

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Posted in: Cases and Covers, iOS, Reviews, Wallets

I'll just come right out and say it.  I'm a big fan of Bellroy's wallets. I've tried their Slim Sleeve and their Elements Pocket wallets and have really liked both of them (I still have the Elements Pocket in my regular EDC rotation).  When Julie gave me the opportunity to try out Bellroy's latest wallet… Read More

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I've recently become a front pocket wallet convert. Instead of carrying a bunch of credit cards, a wad of cash, loose change, loyalty cards, receipts and other flotsam in a zippered wallet that I carry in my gear bag, I've pared down to just a few cards and a few folded dollars in a wallet… Read More

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Posted in: Pocket Gear, Reviews, Wallets

Although it seems like smartphones are trying to replace traditional wallets, we still need a pocket holder for our cash and credit cards. The wallet won't go down without a fight, but it does continue to shrink in size. The X2 Slimmy wallet from Koyono is a minimalist wallet that was successfully funded on Kickstarter early… Read More

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I'm still on my own quest for the "perfect" wallet. And although this quest may never really result in actually finding the "perfect" wallet (for me), it sure is fun along the way. Lately, I've been on a kick to find a very minimal, thin, everyday carry wallet. When Julie offered the opportunity to try… Read More

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There are so many minimalist wallets on the market that it's tough to keep track of all of them. There are minimalist wallets made of plastic, metal, elastic, leather and even special paper like Tyvek. I've reviewed quite a few wallets over the years, and it seems like there's always something about them that ends… Read More

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Posted in: Pocket Gear, Reviews, Wallets

I travel outside the USA for work several times per year and one thing I am a bit paranoid about is carrying my passport with me everywhere I go. I even take it to the hotel gym with me. However, I also always carry my iPhone with me and often I want my wallet as… Read More

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