Radix One is blowing up in the slim wallet world, with a successful kickstarter campaign under its belt and thousands of sales on amazon.
The first thing I noticed when I unboxed it is it feels very light, but it doesn’t feel like cheap plastic.
The two plates are made with a type of plastic called polycarbonate which is used to make bulletproof glass, so it’s no surprise they feel solid.
Look at pictures below to see the unboxing from start to finish.
Before you scroll down, I’d like to plug an upcoming video. I will use the Radix One slim wallet for a few weeks, then I’ll come back and do an in-depth review.
I’ll give the pros and cons, and I’ll even measure the thickness of the wallet with a caliper, so we’ll get a very precise measurement of the Radix One’s thickness.
So go down into the comments, and give me your guess of how thick the Radix One is with 7 cards inside. No cash just, 7 cards. Then watch the review so you can find out how close you got.