Pacsafe WalletSafe 100 Secure Travel Wallet - Deep Chocolate
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- Anti-theft Tri-fold Travel Wallet
- Slashproof chain with belt or bag loop connector
- Snatchproof chain
- Tri-fold design with Velcro closure
- Zippered cash compartment and cash compartment divider for separating currencies/receipts
- 6 card holders, clear ID window and outer zippered coin pocket
- Dimensions 12 x 9 x 1.5 cm
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The WalletSafe series of bi-fold and tri-fold wallets are a range of anti theft wallets for everyday and travel use.
The WalletSafe 100 Tri-Fold Travel Wallet is an attractive wallet with a metal chain to keep your cash and cards anchored to you or your bag at all times. Unlike regular wallets it features secure zippered cash compartments.
The low profile metal chain with belt or bag connector is slashproof which prevents bag snatchers cutting your strap and running off with your belongings.
In everyday life or when you are travelling you need to have piece of mind to know that your wallet is safe and secure. The snatchproof WalletSafe 100 has a chain which you can anchor to your belt and bag to keep your items safe.
The Tri-fold design has a Velcro closure to keep your contents safe and within the wallet you will find 6 card holders, a clear ID card window and a zippered cash compartment with dividers to separate currencies/receipts. The outside of the wallet has a secure zippered pocket for coins.
The warranty for this product covers the product being free from workmanship and material defects for a period of two years from date of purchase.
Top customer reviews
The wallet itself feels very well made and is held closed by a long Velcro strip so on the whole feels very secure. It's also pretty smart, the version I got being almost totally black with only a small Pacsafe logo in the corner. It's perhaps not the thinnest wallet out there, but when you consider just how many compartments it has and how much it can hold, it's actually not that `fat', even when you've filled it up with cash, cards and change.
On the downside, the chain itself only comes with a 'push-type' clip which doesn't lock so it probably wouldn't be that difficult for a nefarious type to undo it from your belt loop without you noticing. The chain also tends to advertise the fact that you have something valuable at the end so in a way it seems like something of a mixed blessing. However, it can always be stored in one of the internal compartments or removed altogether so you don't have to use it if you think it'll make you look like an easy target (or a prison guard.)
When you consider just how much of an awesome responsibility a wallet has, it seems ludicrous that many of us (and I include myself here) are happy to entrust our lives to some of the cheapest, most fragile bits of tat we can find. I can't guarantee 100% that the Walletsafe 100 will save you from the poor house but my advice would be to get one, supplement the push clip with a locking one and it should make you a lot less attractive to pickpockets.
It's tough with a good Velcro closure, a zipped compartment inside for notes (with two sections so you can carry two different currencies if necessary), and loads of space for credit cards, and ID and business cards too. The chain appears to be very strong and its only weak point is where it's attached to the fabric of the wallet (an unfounded anxiety as it happens - 5 years later, the attachment was still as good as new!). If it saves me from having my money and cards stolen, it will have been well worth its very reasonable price.
FOLLOW UP - 29 October 2014
The above review is now 5 years old and, although the wallet I bought way back then is still going strong, the Velcro fastening has just started to become a bit weak. So, I've invested in one of the new ones! It's similar to the old one in almost every way except:
it's now a tiny bit smaller on the outside but still as roomy inside,
the buckle for attaching to your trousers is bigger and lockable (which I find very fiddly to use but it seems more secure), and
the closing edge now has a plastic covering, which should make it even more durable.
Pricewise, the one I bought in 2009 cost around £12. The price for this new model on Amazon seems to go up and down like a yo-yo. I've seen it priced here for as much as £40. As I write this, it's £22 post free. I only paid £17 post free (October 2014). So, put it in your Wish List and review it frequently until the price is right for you!
This is a tri-fold fabric wallet which wraps money and cards safely up and tethers to a belt loop to give that extra security from loss or theft. The chain, which can attach to either the left or right side of the wallet internally, seems strong enough to deter yanking by an opportunist thief and although the hook only secures with a simple alignment mechanism I think this is a good compromise as I wouldn't want to take forever trying to get it off one set of trousers when it's time to change for the bar! If you don't wish to chain the wallet to your belt loops the chain hooks back on itself to make at loop or can be easily removed.
Though not zippered all round when folded and closed with the velcro it is tightly secure and I doubt you will loose anything from it. It has two compartments for notes secured by a single zip - ideal for traveling with more than one currency. There are also two separate compartments, one closed with a zip another with velcro, which can handle loose change, tokens or perhaps a loose key or two.
The unfolded side of the wallet has six slots for credit cards and a single windowed slot for an ID card or similar.
My only gripe is with the boring colours of black and grey. Some might like the subdued look which hardly attracts attention. I would have preferred at least the inside to have a brighter colour.
Most recent customer reviews
Well constructed will easily last a year…I use every day it's that good!
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