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Re: I want a nice wallet to house my new prime cards. :)


creditabc123 wrote:

A nice Louis Vuitton wallet will last you a long time. I've had mine for about 10 years, so worked out about $35 per year... and it still smells (almost) new! Definitely shop around though, some places are way too expensive.


The material seems very tough but at the same time looks like it will get warped easily when you sit on it. Does it wear easily?
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Re: I want a nice wallet to house my new prime cards. :)

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Hate to say it 'cause it sounds cheap, but I got the Aluma Wallet after getting all my new cards and wanting to keep them in good condition. Leather & fabric wallets eventually destroy everything once they break in.

 

The Aluma Wallet's actually working out pretty well.  All my cards are in pristine condition.

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Re: I want a nice wallet to house my new prime cards. :)


SanityKills wrote:

Hate to say it 'cause it sounds cheap, but I got the Aluma Wallet after getting all my new cards and wanting to keep them in good condition. Leather & fabric wallets eventually destroy everything once they break in.

 

The Aluma Wallet's actually working out pretty well.  All my cards are in pristine condition.


Anyone I've come across w/, that has the aluma-wallet, raves about them.

 

I personally spent $20 on a new leather Geoffrey Bean (sp?) wallet, and though it houses everything quite nicely, I'm still having buyers remorse - nevermind $350

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Re: I want a nice wallet to house my new prime cards. :)

A stainless stell wallet which protect from RFID hacking of you credit or debit cards.

 

Mens and Womens versions

 

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Re: I want a nice wallet to house my new prime cards. :)

I have always used a Coach wallet. They are decently priced and the leather is durable and last a long time.

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Re: I want a nice wallet to house my new prime cards. :)

if u want, u can park your 2 cards in my wallet, i have 2 slots left that need to be filled....its a Burberry card holder!


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Re: I want a nice wallet to house my new prime cards. :)


pizzadude wrote:
Broccoli rubber~band around wad of cash with cards tucked in. It's more or less free and ensures street cred anywhere.


LMAO!




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Re: I want a nice wallet to house my new prime cards. :)

Very long term, I want to go old school! A wad of cash, Amex, another card, and rubber band. Smiley Happy


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Re: I want a nice wallet to house my new prime cards. :)


drkaje wrote:

Very long term, I want to go old school! A wad of cash, Amex, another card, and rubber band. Smiley Happy


You'll never catch me with a rubberband around my cards, kinda tacky in my book.




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I still use (daily) the Coach leather wallet I bought back in 1999. If I could find that style again, I'd buy a new one. Still, this one probably has another 5 years on it.
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