DuraWallet is advertised as a lighter, sturdier, and safer solution to carrying your cash and credit cards. Is it worth the hype? Here is our DuraWallet review along with key product information.
DuraWallet has recently employed ubiquitous pitchman Marc Gill to convince consumers that this is the solution to shoddy, bulky wallets.
Does DuraWallet work? Reviews have been mixed, with some stating that it wasn’t as durable as the advertising claims, yet others have reported that it is still more durable than a standard wallet. Although it may not be quite as strong as advertised, it is a durable wallet, and will not disappoint those with realistic expectations.
Be careful when ordering online!
You can only order a SET of DuraWallets, meaning your second “free” wallet is automatically included. If you want two wallets, be sure to select “1” from the drop-down box, as this will order one set of two. Many consumers have selected “2” with the belief that this was selecting two wallets, not two sets.
- Registered September 4, 2012
- Address: DuraWallet, Box 2020, North Wales, PA 19454
- Phone: 800-340-3418
- Email: [email protected]
- Tagline: “The wallet that’s paper thin but incredibly strong!”
- 2 inside pockets easily hold 20 bills
- 2 credit card pockets hold up to 16 credit cards
- Made of lightweight Tyvek, weighing 1/5 of an “ordinary” wallet
- No seams or stitches
- Won’t tear
- Stain and water resistant
- Extremely thin
- Special lining blocks RFID signals, keeping your info safe and secure
- 30-day money back guarantee
- Comes in black and brown
- $10.00 + 7.95 P&H for the black DuraWallet = $17.95
- Get a second (brown) wallet for another $7.95 shipping, for a grand total of $25.90
- This is a screenshot of the official website, captured in December 2013:
- This is the original DuraWallet commercial, before pitchman Marc Gill’s recent spots.
- Have you tried DuraWallet? Please give us your review in the comments below and give it a star rating above.