RFID Traveler Wallet By Maratac
The Traveler Wallet is rugged and designed to handle the most extreme conditions.
RFID version with maximum protection
We've had many requests for a wallet with a strong YKK zipper to keep all credit cards and money secure, specifically while traveling. The Traveler has two external pockets for easy access. Each side can hold several cards or a small wad of money.
The wallet is ideal and will last the sands of time for Preppers and EDC fans. It's always a good idea to have a spare in the car for your registration and insurance information.
Dimensions: 4.3" x 3.70" x .5"
The Traveler Wallet is designed by Maratac™ and manufactured exclusively for CountyComm.
Got mine and right away ordered a second for the Mrs.
Really handles our everyday needs.
Bought this for an Airman that wanted a secure wallet that she would not have to remove her cards from to show for entry. Turns out the windows in this wallet are too small, they do not show the complete ID. So it has to be removed anyway. otherwise good wallet.
Stiff and difficult to insert and remove cards is putting it mildly, once cards are in slots g they certainly won’t fall out. Once removed, the edges have glue residue on them, and the zipper pull broke the second day. Disappointed.
I love the Traveler Wallet and noticed it had a lot of unused room, so I decided to make it an EDC kit. Mine now carries (besides money and cards):
1 County Comm UCS Titanium Grade 4 - Curved Fulcrum pry bar
1 P52 GI can opener
1 Doan Machine Tool Magnesium block fire starter (the only one that works!)
1 Kershaw Leek assisted opening 14C28N knife
1 set of 3 DMT credit card sharpening diamond whetstones in 325, 600, and 1200 grit (because a knife isn't the tool, the knife edge is the tool!)
1 4x credit card size flexible plastic fresnel lens and solar firestarter
The whole kit is less than an inch thick and rides comfortable in my pocket.
I also carry an anodized XL peanut lighter with 2 spare flints onboard, a Countycomm SS Tweezers, 2 Fenix E12 LED flashlights (one is my spare battery holder), my faithful 1978 Swiss Army Officers Model pocket knife, and a Kershaw Blur S30V assisted opening knife for fast one handed cutting chores.
My low profile EDC gear makes me smile, because unlike bug out options, it's with me 7x24x365 and is regularly used. Thanks, Countycomm!