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Atari Retro Gaming Wallets and Pouches

4 Atari Wallets - Pong, Centipede, Black and Brown

I just can't imagine having lived through the 70s and 80s without Atari and their iconic games, consoles and computers. No Asteroids, Tempest or Missile Command - the list goes on! 

As someone who grew-up playing Atari games, and also having immense fun with the 800XL and ST computers, I am a big fan, and so I was really pleased to discover these official Atari wallets, which will allow me to remind myself of a big part of my childhood and teen years every time I need to pay for something. As someone who is a skinflint, opening my wallet does not come easy to me, so with one of these cool wallets I will, at least, have something to smile about!

Firstly, I want to show you my favourite wallet, which is this very nice brown one with a round Atari logo and three stripes. I love these retro colours which really reminds me of my 70s childhood.

Official Brown Atari Round Logo Wallet


It's gorgeously retro, isn't it? You can buy this official Atari product on It features a coin section so you can pop down to the arcades and play Asteroids!

Next up, I want to show you this Atari logo bifold wallet which features a cool, retro red and white stripe 80s design. It features separate compartments for your notes, cards and coins. Sadly, it's not made from real leather, but this does keep the price down, at least.  

Atari Bifold Money Wallet with Red and White Stripe


The wallet is being sold on the Diffused Store and is despatched directly from Amazon's warehouse.

Pong was the very first Atari video game and was launched as an arcade cabinet in 1972. You can pay homage to the very early days of video gaming with this retro 70s style Atari Pong bifold unisex wallet. Once again, it's not made from real leather, but it is a high quality official product.

Official Atari Pong Bi Fold Wallet


I adore retro designs, and this wallet just looks so cool and features the original 70s orange and yellow stripes. If you are old enough to remember this decade, then you will also know that such colours were hugely popular back then.

Atari Centipede Bifold Wallet


After lauching as an Arcade cabinet in 1981, Atari Centipede became hugely popular, and was the first video game to gain a large female following. This officially licensed wallet features the original Centipede graphic and has six pockets with a green lining. 

Black Atari Logo Purse Pouch


Finally, we have the cheapest of all the offerings here. This Black purse/pouch with the white Atari Fuji logo is roughly the size of your hand, so it's very handy (I just had to slip than one in!) for storing in another bag. Although the item states it's for ladies, as a male, I would be very happy to carry this around, so I would suggest it's definitely unisex. I really like the black colour and this will be very handy for storing my coins for the car park.

Well, I hope you like my selection of retro Atari gamer wallets. You may also like these Atari T-shirts


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