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Wallet Ninja Review

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Back in 2014, I saw an interesting tool called the Wallet Ninja online. It is a card-size multi-tool that has many functions. It is not an expensive item and as such, I bought one from Qoo10.

The Stuff

As mentioned, the Wallet Ninja is a size of a card (like your credit card). It is made of steel, like those handyman tools which are very solid. Currently, there are a few versions I found online, namely the Classic, 2.0, and Pro. Mine is the Classic version so here are some pictures of the one that I have.

Wallet Ninja
Wallet Ninja

Wallet Ninja Size
Wallet Ninja size as compared to a card

As seen in the picture, you can see that the Wallet Ninja has tools like a bottle and can opener, box opener, letter opener, screwdrivers, etc. Since it is flat, it does not come with a Philips head screwdriver.


I used the Wallet Ninja on a few occasions, mainly when I decided to put it into my wallet and bring it along, in case I need to unscrew or screw something. As it is solid, it does not bend when you try to tighten or loosen a screw. Hence I can say the most frequently used tool that I use on the Wallet Ninja is the screwdriver. Sometimes I use it to open boxes too.

You can see the video of the Wallet Ninja below or on YouTube:


Overall I feel that the Wallet Ninja is good to have tool for some use cases. If you are looking for a multi-tool that can fit a wallet, this will come in handy. If you are interested in getting one, you can go to the following links below: