Let’s open up the Trayvax Armored Summit band wallet.
Color is a black with OD green webbing.
As you can see, I was able to get 4 cards into this and by loosening the webbing, I know you can get more. I like the capability of putting your ID here in the front, so you have the ability to see your ID without needing to actually pull it out, unless they want more information…like your name. I did put 5 slips of cash under the strap in the front using the webbing.
(if you want to see all the features and how many cards and cash it can hold, please watch the video)
The company recommends 1-8 cards and up to 5 bills. The only downside is you have to fold the cash twice, but that’s common for slim and band wallets. They have a 65 year heirloom warranty, with the wallet being made out of heat resistant steel plate here in the United States. It has a melonite finish has this loop here for lanyards. Tethers or whatever you want to attach.
This webbing is mil-spec nylon webbing. So this will last a long time. This wallet will take a lot of abuse before anything will break and with an amazing price of $35, being metal and made in the United States it’s a great price. Trayvax also makes higher-end wallets and other products. We’ll be reviewing their Note Summit wallet soon. From a usability perspective, it’s easy. The slider for card access and cash is smooth and you have a bottle opener.
The wallet measurements are 3.75” x 2.35” x .375” and weights almost 3.5 oz, it has some heft. Our perception is that this is a no nonsense wallet that really can take abuse. It’s a very simple design and it is elegant. We really like this. Let’s now get into the final score. For quality a 4, for price a 5, features a 3, usability a 3 and perception of 3. That gives us a final rating of 3.7 out of 5, or 37 out of 50. Thanks for joining us today. Leave us a message. Let us know what you think. Tell us if there’s a wallet you’d like us to review and we’ll talk to you later.