Do you want an American-made wallet with a built-in pry bar? What about one that blocks RFID signals? What about one that comes in pink? I knew I’d get you with one of those. Consider the Trayvax Original 2.0 wallet.
The Original 2.0 front pocket wallet is lean and mean (even the pink ones). Its stripped-down but intentional feature set seeks to satisfy minimalists and the EDC crowd, and its choice of color adds a dash of customizability.
Trayvax Original 2.0 Wallet Basics
Each wallet holds up to 15 cards and five bills (has anyone even seen paper money lately?) between two RFID-blocking plates. A 550-cord loop ingeniously cinches the plates tight around your essentials.
One plate has a (small) cutout for ID display. The prybar/money clip mounts to the other.
RFID-blocking technology will most likely be highly useful well into our technocratic, dystopian future. Trayvax gives owners confidence with a 65-year heirloom warranty. It also suggests (somewhat bizarrely) that wallet owners can pass their wallets down to their sons.
Nobody carries cash anymore and everybody knows it, so if you’re going to get robbed, a high-tech stickup man will most likely be the culprit. An RFID-blocking wallet is the only wallet that makes sense.
TSA approves the Trayvax Original 2.0 for air travel, even with its prybar and parachute cord.
Get Out Your Wallet and Buy Yourself a Better Wallet
Trayvax lists the Original 2.0 RFID-blocking wallet at a MSRP of $35. Get it custom engraved — one line or two — for $8 more.