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October 7, 2008

Stainless steel wallet


From the website:

Stainless Steel Wallet

Woven using 25,000 stainless steel threads that are three times thinner than a piece of paper (0.001"), this wallet has a hand as smooth as silk and strength that surpasses leather.

Impervious to stretching or staining and without sharp corners or the inherent bulk of other wallets, this stainless steel is the same metal screen found in the architecture, aerospace and automotive industries, resulting in a thin profile that allows it to fit into a front pocket.


Resistant to corrosive materials such as salts, acids and seawater, the tightly woven steel also passively resists radio frequency hacking — the latest identity theft technique that attempts to scan newer credit cards.

The wallet has three credit card slots, two internal pockets, an ID window and one large pocket for bills.

4-1/4"L x 3-1/2"W x 1/4"D.

4-3/4 oz.


Because rust never sleeps.


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