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Product Specifications
Materials
RS15 Fibers
Features
Coin Sorter, Quick Draw, Ultra Slim, Anti-Drop
Capacity
5 Coins, 12 Cards, 5 Bills

Mjölnir Efficient Coin-Sorting Wallet holds it all without looking like it

You’ve seen plenty of intelligent wallets, but the Mjölnir Efficient Coin-Sorting Wallet is simply a great wallet that’s intelligently designed. The creators thought of everything—truly everything. The most notable feature is the coin trap. When you get your change at the shop, just drop your coins and bills into the main slot. The coin trap will automatically grab your coins. In addition, the Mjölnir Wallet also remains impressively slim even with the coins as well as up to 12 cards. In fact, it’s just 5mm thick when empty. For your cards, there’s a quick-draw system so you can pull just what you need. And, it features highly durable RS15 fibers, a material stronger than steel, complete with anti-RFID technology. There are even slots built into the wallet for your SIM card, micro SD card, SIM removal tool, and a spare key. If all that wasn’t enough, the Mjölnir Wallet doubles (or triples?) as a smartphone stand so you can go hands-free. It even comes with an anti-drop feature so it stays in your pocket and not on the floor.

Mjölnir Efficient Coin-Sorting Wallet holds it all without looking like it
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.5/10
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Discovered on Aug 15, 2019, 5:00 pm EDT
Discovered by Genevieve Healey
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