Armor Supply Wallet Review
A Premium Aluminum Wallet
The Armor Wallet is a slim metal wallet that has a striking resemblance to the popular Ridge Wallet. Due to the popularity of the Ridge, it’s no surprise that this design has found its way into many other wallet brands and Armor Supply has adopted this exactly. The Armor wallet is made from two strong aerospace-grade aluminum plates that fit securely together and held by a screw system that provides great strength and durability. Functionality is also great considering the minimalist size of the Armor wallet (comes in at 86 x 54 x 6 mm). With a maximum credit/debit card capacity of between 1 and 12, and a smaller banknotes storage of up to 5 bills thanks to its metal money clip that’s located on the back of the wallet.
Where the Armor Wallet really differs is what’s included with the wallet when purchased. Armor provides a so-called ‘box set’ with every Armor wallet that includes a free multi-card tool, Keyholder, and a range of replacement parts like an additional elastic cash strap, and replacement screws. I don’t want to talk much about the additional items but they are of great quality and have actual usability. The multi-tool is very similar to the Ninja (full review here) while the Keyholder is clever in design and resembles the likes of this from Amazon. If you were to purchase these individually off Amazon they’d probably set you back around $15 – $20.
Starting at a price tag of $65.00 and ranging up to $85.00, the Armor Wallet is a fantastic little wallet. Usually, in these cases, I’d mention that this is a wallet that has stolen the innovation the Ridge Wallet provided. That being said, Armor has gone above and beyond to provide people with enough differences between the two (mainly the additional items included) and a range of unique color options. For more information on the Armor Supply Wallet check out their official website using the link below.
- Functionality 70% 70%
- Design 81% 81%
- Price 75% 75%
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