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Herschel Supply
Roy Coin RFID Wallet - Men's

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Herschel Supply Roy Coin RFID Wallet

To keep our personal information protected, we keep our cards and identification secure in the Herschel Supply Roy Coin RFID Wallet. A special layer blocks wireless identity theft attempts, while the internal sleeves and snap pocket keep all our currency and cards organized.


  • Compact bifold wallet for everyday living
  • Tough material stands strong through daily use
  • RFID blocking layer protects your information
  • Storage for ID, cash, cards, and coins
  • Item #HRS00J8
3.5 x 4.4 x 0.75in
Recommended Use
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limited lifetime

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2 out of 5 stars

November 11, 2023

Good but bulky

I've put it through the wringer

So I’ve had this wallet for a month now and it’s a nice looking wallet, pretty good quality and durable as far as I can tell. However, a pretty big design flaw is the button snap for the coin pocket. Why in gods name is this thing so huge? I like that they used a sturdy button but it’s so bulky it messes up the whole profile of the wallet, pressing against the three card pockets on the left side of the wallet. Not to mention the coin pocket itself doesn’t fold as nicely if you have 5 or more coins. Maybe the wallet hasn’t had a chance for the material to stretch or break in, but up until now the wallet had a tendency to clam-shell open due to the thickness on the inner fold of the wallet. Also, the button tends to snag on the lip of the bottom card pocket and causes the wallet to fan a little bit when it’s closed. Not having that flush symmetrical look doesn’t sit well in my pocket nor on a flat surface. Because of that, it will also rub against whatever card you have in that bottom pocket and my white Apple Card would get marked up so I had to swap it with a plastic card just so I didn’t have to worry about that metal on metal contact. The inner linings of the hidden pockets have been good so far, not too tight and still easy to remove cards/papers as needed. The bill compartment is nice and deep. No divider, but I’ll usually have bills and stamp cards spread evenly and because it opens nicely it’s not a pain to get what I need quickly and flip through bills. I use both Japanese Yen bills and US Dollar bills with the taller yen bills not sticking out and the dollar bills not crumpling on the ends. All this to say, a fine wallet save for the button snap in the coin purse which kind of kills its profile and functionality and also presents a risk to damaging cards. I only hope that the material stretches and wears in a way that can alleviate some of that bulkiness with the button but only time can tell and even then I’m not sure I can recommend this wallet. Stay away if you tend to hold a healthy jingle of coins in your wallet!

Joshue M