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Let's see your wallet!

 

This is my lovely Montblanc...

 

 

post #2 of 51

LOL when I saw this thread I thought it was related to headphones. Looked like 'budget-fi'. I'll take a pic of mine later if I ever do :)

post #3 of 51

Eh, why not?

 

 

I got it from Etsy.com and it is made of wool. I grew old of leather wallets wearing quick or being destroyed by accidentally getting washed, so I opted for something different and have been please for about a year already. :)

post #4 of 51

Bellroy Slim Sleeve 

 

 

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My 6 years old eastpak :

 

post #6 of 51

I am supper picky about my wallet I want to go back to a bi fold but I need a place to stash a key or two in my wallet were I know it wont fall out this is what make it hard for me to find a wallet I like.

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I hate my wallet, it's a nasty, trifold wallet, it's poorly made, and black. I don't like black leather. I'm planning on getting one of these in the near future
http://www.saddlebackleather.com/Classic-Wallet-Bifold?sc=8&category=87

A saddleback bifold wallet (medium) in chestnut.

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Originally Posted by customcoco View Post

My 6 years old eastpak :

 

Oh I remember those days when Jansports and Eastpak backpacks were very popular :D

 

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Originally Posted by Scott_Tarlow View Post

Bellroy Slim Sleeve 

 

 

I like the slimness of this. However, isn't it uncomfortable to put in or take out cash??

 

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Originally Posted by Destroysall View Post

Eh, why not?

 

 

I got it from Etsy.com and it is made of wool. I grew old of leather wallets wearing quick or being destroyed by accidentally getting washed, so I opted for something different and have been please for about a year already. :)

Looks very simple and clean.

post #9 of 51
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Originally Posted by labcoat View Post

I am supper picky about my wallet I want to go back to a bi fold but I need a place to stash a key or two in my wallet were I know it wont fall out this is what make it hard for me to find a wallet I like.

Actually it is true to find the one that I like was very hard...the one i have right now, I am not 100% satisfied..

 

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Originally Posted by PleasantNoise View Post

I hate my wallet, it's a nasty, trifold wallet, it's poorly made, and black. I don't like black leather. I'm planning on getting one of these in the near future
http://www.saddlebackleather.com/Classic-Wallet-Bifold?sc=8&category=87

A saddleback bifold wallet (medium) in chestnut.

Looks nice! very clean simple looking.

post #10 of 51

On the belroy slim sleeve:

 

No, as long as you dont mind folding your bills and stacking them on top of each other, its not very difficult to put cash in or out. This wallet isn't meant for someone who carries 10-15 notes with with, i usually carry only 20 or 30 bucks with me at a time. 

 

 

I am thinking about getting their smallest wallet for when i am out bar hopping !

post #11 of 51
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Originally Posted by Scott_Tarlow View Post

On the belroy slim sleeve:

 

No, as long as you dont mind folding your bills and stacking them on top of each other, its not very difficult to put cash in or out. This wallet isn't meant for someone who carries 10-15 notes with with, i usually carry only 20 or 30 bucks with me at a time. 

 

 

I am thinking about getting their smallest wallet for when i am out bar hopping !

 

I just went to bellroy's website, and i kinda like it lol

 

My wallet is bulky... 99% of time all i use is ID, credit card....

 

Nice quality leather... various sizes...

 

The smallest wallet you are talking about is "card sleeve wallet"?

 

ps. thinking of buying one from them lol


Edited by juntom10 - 2/17/13 at 7:36pm
post #12 of 51

Yes, its the card sleeve. Though i am not sure i can justify it... my slim sleeve is also very think, i usually carry it in my front pocket and i wear skinny jeans.

post #13 of 51
A word of caution; the Saddleback wallets are very thick in your pocket, and I have heard numerous reports of people's credit cards snapping inside them because of the stiff leather.
I think they just recently switched to using a lower quality grade of leather on a number of their products as well.

I have some Saddleback products and really like them, but I don't know that I would buy one of their wallets.


These days I am leaning towards credit card holders rather than full size wallets, and in five years, you probably won't even need them as your phone will have replaced your cards.

I have been looking around for a new card holder for a while now, and have it narrowed down to a few. I can't speak to their quality from personal experience, but you might want to check out:
It's surprising that, when you would expect the products to be hand-picked for display, so many wallets and card cases show poor construction even just from looking at their high resolution photos online. Of course you can't really evaluate quality unless you see them in person, but I haven't heard a bad thing about any of these so far.
post #14 of 51
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Originally Posted by StudioSound View Post

A word of caution; the Saddleback wallets are very thick in your pocket, and I have heard numerous reports of people's credit cards snapping inside them because of the stiff leather.
I think they just recently switched to using a lower quality grade of leather on a number of their products as well.

I have some Saddleback products and really like them, but I don't know that I would buy one of their wallets.


These days I am leaning towards credit card holders rather than full size wallets, and in five years, you probably won't even need them as your phone will have replaced your cards.

I have been looking around for a new card holder for a while now, and have it narrowed down to a few. I can't speak to their quality from personal experience, but you might want to check out:
It's surprising that, when you would expect the products to be hand-picked for display, so many wallets and card cases show poor construction even just from looking at their high resolution photos online. Of course you can't really evaluate quality unless you see them in person, but I haven't heard a bad thing about any of these so far.


Wow, how do you snap a card inside a stiff flat object 0.o
And I always carry cash, I hate paying for minor purchases with plastic.

post #15 of 51
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by StudioSound View Post

A word of caution; the Saddleback wallets are very thick in your pocket, and I have heard numerous reports of people's credit cards snapping inside them because of the stiff leather.
I think they just recently switched to using a lower quality grade of leather on a number of their products as well.

I have some Saddleback products and really like them, but I don't know that I would buy one of their wallets.


These days I am leaning towards credit card holders rather than full size wallets, and in five years, you probably won't even need them as your phone will have replaced your cards.

I have been looking around for a new card holder for a while now, and have it narrowed down to a few. I can't speak to their quality from personal experience, but you might want to check out:
It's surprising that, when you would expect the products to be hand-picked for display, so many wallets and card cases show poor construction even just from looking at their high resolution photos online. Of course you can't really evaluate quality unless you see them in person, but I haven't heard a bad thing about any of these so far.

Quasso leather wallets look cool! I like snake and lizard leathers....hehe

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