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Wagner Super Slim Swiss Wallet with Money Clip, Black Anodized Aluminum - WA709

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Part Number: WAGSW709
Manufacturer: Wagner Swiss Pens
Retail Price: $60.00
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Description
WAGSW709: Swiss Wallet | Super Slim, Black
Wagner of Switzerland
 
This Super Slim Swiss Wallet holds your credit, identification and business cards. When you need them, simply slide the locking button up. Hold bills in the built-in money clip. Measures approximately 3.625" x 2.375" x 0.25" and can fit around five credit cards.
Features
  • Sleek contemporary Swiss design
  • Anodized aluminum body holds 1 to 5 credit cards, ID's, or multiple business cards
  • Smooth-action slide button for quick access
  • Reinforced steel money-clip holds bills or functions as a belt-clip
  • Durable and light weight, anodized aluminum casing
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Cecilia N
Ozone Park, New York
Jul 21, 2012
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A CHILD OF 2 YEARS BROKE IT!!!
Not as durable as described... I bought it for my boyfriend & his 2-year old daughter broke the money clip right off in less than 5-minutes.
4 out of 5
Andrew B
Melbourne, Australia
Nov 11, 2011
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Wallet without the spare change!
I use this product as a substitute for my wallet. I like this money clip because it is very well built and easy to use. I find the cards a little hard to grab as they all come out at once when you slide it upwards. All in all it is a very good device in place of a wallet and would recommend it to anyone.
4 out of 5
J. Tanaka
Washington State
Dec 07, 2010
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Slick device...
I was incredibly skeptical that this would hold my credit cards (about 3 of them) securely but upon closer inspection, this device bends them slightly to put tension on the cards, preventing them from falling out. So far, it's a slick way to easily and quickly flick your cards in and out. The money clip on the opposite side is a bit tight - I was unable to put 3 bills in folded in half - and I am somewhat reluctant to bend it since I've done this with other money clips that rely on tension and my money has fallen out. My solution? Just stay poor! Aside from that, it's a clean, minimalistic approach to ID + cash.
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