(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
Today we are going to review the Dango S1 Stealth wallet. It is a slim wallet. The S1 is part of their stealth series. The one thing I always like about the Dango products is their continuity of packaging. They always have this nice metal box which can be used for other things after you pull your product out. This wallet has a nice texture to it. It is made out of their DTEX material which is very thin. This has been put together very well and has some great flexibility to it. This can be really great, especially when you want it to conform to your pocket.
Now to the future review of the Dango S1 Stealth wallet. It has a small pocket on the front where you can put a key or an SD card. From the top you have another card slot. That card slot can take one or two additional cards which we will test. On the other side, we have an opening where you would likely put your cash or other cards inside.
On the back of the wallet there is another card slot. You put the cards in from the top, but there is also a side entry for something quick, like cash or whatever else you might want to put in there. It has a D loop at the top. This will allow you to attach a lanyard cord or a chain for security, to prevent pickpocketing. This wallet also handles the Dango multi tools. The multi tools can fit into either of these side pockets or in the side which they provide. It takes up space when you use a multi-tool, but provides you that capability in this particular wallet.
As for the card and cash insertion test, I was able to get six cards and a key in there just fine. If you fold the cash over twice, you will get it in just fine without anything sticking out. This is also the same for all foreign currencies. The extra slot is a great addition to put a key, SD cards, or anything else you would like to carry. Really, anything that can fit in there. It is not just specifically for one or two of those things. Whatever you can do and put in there will look nice and work well. The company recommends up to six cards, with a maximum of nine. This really is nicely made.
The wallet is made from DTEX material and has a great texture to it. When I first heard of DTEX, I was confused, because I was thinking this is a tool to measure a unit for artificial grass. because that is what is used as a measurement of unit for artificial grass. The hang tag is nylon and the red piece is nylon, with the metal D loop. The DTEX itself, is water-resistant, scratch resistant, very flexible, and can take a lot of abuse. It does have RFID in the interior which is all right. The price is $35 which is very reasonable. The flexibility of the DTEX makes it really easy to use as a wallet. Quite honestly this texture is quite satisfying to the touch. I wish there was a way to remove the D-loop as a way to make it even more stealthy. But it’s something that you can put up with.
It measures 5 x 2.83 x 0.4,” and is a little longer than usual. It weighs 25 grams. From a perception perspective, it is a simple slim wallet with expandable options with a multi tool that you can get from Dango. And with up to nine cards, and even putting cash in there, this is a very durable minimalist wallet. It is a nice lighter option than the other heavy metal pieces that you get from Dango. It’s a great little product. I really like this.
Now let’s get to the final score. For quality of 4, price at 3, features a 4, usability a 3, and perception a 4. This gives us a final score of 3.6 out of 5. Take a look. Dango, of course, is known for all their metal-based wallets. But this is a great option.