The Ridge Wallet
The Ridge Wallet
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Next time you go out to a bar or restaurant, take note of the wallets being pulled out of every pair of pants. For the most part, they arrive in dark tones, are made of leather, and come piled higher than what any reasonable man requires Read More
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Shaulb
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Jul 31, 2018
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I've used the Wallet for a year and a half (until I lost it some where along with everything in it), it took some getting used to having such a small wallet with no place for coins or the occasional receipt. I did notice it loosing some paint and it also scratched the cards (but I didn't really care)
DeWitt
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Jan 29, 2019
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No tightening of the screws is required. It’s there just in case
Zacky.Makai
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May 5, 2018
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The wallet is small, but certainly not thin especially if you live in a country that is not fully cashless. Loading it with 8 cards and a few notes makes it 2.3cm thick. When compared to the Fantom wallet, which is 2.3cm with the money clip and has a capacity for 12 cards, it seem like the Ridge will be a brick. Using both wallets to hold cash is a pain though, as PVC notes are getting more common. PVC notes tend to stay stubbornly folded after removing them for the wallet and it will be difficult to separate the cash, especially when the denominations are different sizes. Cards are easy to find and remove, takes a few minutes of practice then you're good to go, although the topmost card would probably get scratched by the wallet material.
Next, the material. I got the burnt titanium look, the finishing got scuffed within 2 weeks. I only placed the wallet in my back pocket and my car door pocket while driving. It probably got scuffed up by my back pocket buttons, which are plastic, when I slide the wallet into my pocket. The money band seems to be holding up well, especially with me using cash quite often and keeping a stack of it, however, the cash gets snagged by the aluminium plate pretty often when I try to put cash back into the wallet.
Bottom line: Great wallet for those living in countries where most transactions are cashless. The small size makes it great for keeping in front pocket, however, if you stack it like mine and wear slim fitting jeans, they should stay in the back pocket. I've gotten used to mine, however, won't recommend it to my friends as the hassle to remove and replace notes that many times a day would be a turn off to many of them.

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markmccreary
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Sep 15, 2018
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As a teenager, my wallet carry is limited to just my license, credit, and debit card, with occasional cash. I bought a Ridge back in December of 2016, aluminum w/ moneyclip, and the only reason I'm here is to request another drop because I lost mine. Once I got used to the it, going to a leather bifold after I lost my Ridge is painful. I wish there was a better solution for keeping a Tile attached to the Ridge, which would earn big brownie points with forgetful folks like myself. If you carry light, the Ridge will never leave you asking for more. Towards the end of my run with the Ridge, I felt the elastic strap that holds the plates together begin to fray slightly, but the Ridge comes with a compatible screwdriver for installing a $7 replacement elastic, which I had planned on doing towards the end of this year. At the tail end of nearly two years, I was extremely satisfied and I'm eager to get another into my hands.
Warmack
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Apr 18, 2018
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The build quality is high, but it is difficult to get a single card out quickly/efficiently without pulling out the entire bundle of cards at once. I use it, but I can't say I really like it that much.
GGabriel
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May 17, 2018
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Thicker and heavier than I expected.
baker489
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Apr 20, 2018
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My only complaint is the elastic band starts to pill relatively quickly. I got the Cash Strap model but will likely purchase a money clip to reduce the amount of the band exposed to snagging/pilling.
Wheatley
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Apr 18, 2018
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It takes some getting use but once I did he worked better than I expected.
One thing I have noticed is that the two cards that I keep at the ends of the stack (i.e. flat against the plates) have lost the plastic laminate around their edges. Kind of looks like paint blistering, I've added some images below. It doesn't look like they damages will progress past this though. If it did, the cards would expire before any real damage is done or they become unusable.
Would still buy again.
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offbyone
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Apr 18, 2018
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bought the plastic one. keep about 3-4 CC + license. Broke in a few months (the plastic). Otherwise it's pretty decent. Less durable than any leather wallet I've had.
aaroneow
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Apr 3, 2019
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Love the wallet! Nice to not carry around more than 3 cards. Took a week to get used to carrying in my front pocket, but its been a positive change so far.
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