Slim RFID wallet blocking any security threats Durable construction but ultra thin saffiano canvas Holds cash, international currencies, folded in half Pull Tab backside can accommodate...View full product details
Slim, quick design in a compact wallet Durable construction with ultra slim modern vegan canvas Holds cash, international currencies, any type of money Compact mens...View full product details
Slim bifold wallet with a quick access design Over $100,000 in funding on Kickstarter Holds 8-10 cards, cash, international currencies, folded in half RFID Protection...View full product details
Fits in everything I need and more. Very happy!
Nice size, good value for money. Think I’d come back to get an update in the future
Annyed of carrying around a wallet twice as large as all my cards and cash combined I was searching for a really small wallet and found it in the Dash Slim Elastic Wallet.
I just wonder about one thing: why a through pocket instead of a third normal pocket?
If you like super compact with absolutely no bulk you can not go wrong! My favorite wallet ever.
I own 3 Dash wallets: the original Kickstarter Dash, the latest Kickstarter Dash 5.0, and the 4.0 that I recently purchased from this site. I like them all, but I think the 4.0 has the best of all options — an expandable compartment for bills folded in half, RFID protection that works, and plenty of storage room for cards. I do wish that there was a separate compartment to store your non-quick draw cards like that provided with the Original Dash - I don’t like that my quick draw card constantly has to rub against other cards — but I guess we can’t have everything. I like the 5.0 - I have the navy with chevron interior fabric and it looks great and also has functional RFID protection - but I hate having to fold my bills in thirds or quarters and fiddle with cash in front of people, so the 4.0 is the superior option for me for that reason. The Original Dash was ingenious, but rather unsightly and required you to fold bills on thirds/quarters.
I also initially experienced problems with the quick draw/top card being partially blocked by a thread at the edge of the pocket, but that has resolved itself with use. I do notice that the cards beneath the quick draw/top card get caught up with the underlying elastic. When that happens I have to use two hands — one to hold the wallet steady and one to yank the other cards out of the pocket. I expect that this will become easier with use - that a path will be ‘worn’ into the elastic and/or that my hands will learn the proper swipe method over time.
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