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A Mighty Wallet Review

Posted Mar 24 2009 3:39pm

We like the Mighty Wallet. It’s no secret. But we thought our first post about them was a bit lacking in detail and grit. So here we are with a hands-on review.

The Mighty Wallet from Dynomighty, to recap, is made with 25% post-consumer materials such as recycled milk and water containers, and is also 100% recyclable. It’s made from Tyvek (the stuff used to make those incredibly sturdy express mail envelopes) and so resists tears because of its thousands of interlocking plastic fibers spun in random patterns giving the wallet incredible strength. Plus, its super-clever origami design reinforces that strength by using a single folded stitch less construction allowing the wallet to gradually expand and adapt to meet your own personal storage needs.

Review after the jump!

Here is a list of things that we like about the Mighty Wallet:

  • Contains 25% post-consumer content (water and milk containers).

  • Tear-resistant, water-resistant and expandable because of the nature of the material. We’re 3 weeks into using one and it is still in pristine condition, with just a little expansion to make room for credit cards. We can;t believe how durable it is.

  • Recyclable. Who do you know who has a recyclable wallet?

  • Very light with a slim profile. It makes for a great everyday or ‘night out’ wallet. A great alternative to bulky leather wallets.

  • Useful. 2 interior pockets, 2 inward facing credit card pockets (hold approximately 16 cards) and 2 quick access business card pockets.

  • Lots of cool designs. We’re rocking the newsprint edition right now.

  • Conversation starter. We’ve never been asked about our wallets. Ever. Until the Mighty Wallet came along.

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