I got this titanium wallet in the post-Cyber Monday sale to match my titanium iPhone and Watch

Ridge wallet in burnt titanium
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I personally own a Ridge wallet because I like its ultra-compact form and the fact that it keeps my pockets minimally loaded – and now you can too as it's on sale at Amazon's extended Cyber Monday deals. Even the fancy burnt titanium Ridge wallet is on sale for $97.90 at Amazon (down from $125)

Ridge wallets are super durable and compact, but still hold plenty of credit cards, ID cards, and building key cards. I can fit ten cards in mine, and when I need to carry cash, I just attach the included money clip. I prefer to keep my wallet clean and clip free, though, because who uses cash anymore? The Ridge wallet also blocks RFID theft, if that's a concern. 

Even the basic Ridge wallet is down to $67 from $95, and you can get a cash strap that will lock an Apple AirTag onto the wallet, making it easier to find your titanium wallet with your titanium phone.

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Ridge Wallet (black): $95$67 at Amazon

Ridge Wallet (black): was $95 now $67 at Amazon
The Ridge wallet holds cards and a few bills and that's it. It's incredibly durable, can block RFID theft, and keeps a minimal profile in your pocket. Even if you don't upgrade to the cool titanium, you still get a flexible card holder that keeps up with today's wallet needs.  

Ridge Wallet (burnt titanium): $125$97.90 at Amazon

Ridge Wallet (burnt titanium): was $125 now $97.90 at Amazon
The Ridge wallet comes in many cool designs and metal finish options, but the coolest of them all may be this burnt titanium finish, which looks like you hit an iPhone 15 Pro with a blowtorch. It has the same adaptability and RFID blocking capabilities as all the Ridge wallets, it's just fancier. 

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Philip Berne
US Mobiles Editor

Phil Berne is a preeminent voice in consumer electronics reviews, having reviewed his first device (the Sony D-EJ01 Discman) more than 20 years ago for eTown.com. He has been writing about phones and mobile technology, since before the iPhone, for a variety of sites including PCMag, infoSync, PhoneScoop, and Slashgear. He holds an M.A. in Cultural Theory from Carnegie Mellon University. 

Phil was the internal reviewer for Samsung Mobile, writing opinions and review predictions about top secret new devices months before launch. He left in 2017. He worked at an Apple Store near Boston, MA, at the height of iPod popularity. He has been a High School English teacher at Title I schools, and is a certified Lifeguard. His passion is smartphones and wearables, and he is sure that the next big thing will be phones we wear on our faces.