Edwin Minimalist Wallet

Oct 9, 2015

Category: Gear

We’re always trying to slim down the size of our wallets — the wallets of yesteryear are bulky and can be bad for your posture. So, when a new wallet comes along, we take note. The Edwin Minimalist Wallet not only loses the bulk, but it also has a few handy tools on it.

It has a steel money clip that uses spring steel to safely and securely holds your cash and cards in place. The design includes a single card slot for the card that is most frequently used. It includes a pair of screwdrivers, five hex wrenches, and a bottle opener. It’s thin, lightweight, durable and RFID-blocking. There are no bands or small screws in the design, so you won’t have to worry about it falling apart. The wallet is available now to early backers on Kickstarter for $30. [Purchase]

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