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Re: What wallet are you using for all your credit cards?

I have a card case from Aspinal of London that I've been using for like three years or so now:

 

 

http://www.aspinaloflondon.com/products/slim-credit-card-case-in-smooth-black-and-red-suede?currency...

 

Drivers license and 3 CCs get the slots, center pocket holds building access card, health insurance card, and a small bit of cash folded up. No need to sit on anything and it holds just what I need to carry. Works great!


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Re: What wallet are you using for all your credit cards?

I just bought this wallet. I have to have all my cards on me or else im afraid I will lose them. 

http://www1.macys.com/shop/product/fossil-wallet-durrant-bifold-gusset-traveler?ID=885350&CategoryID...

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Re: What wallet are you using for all your credit cards?

I use a very thin Lodis credit card wallet for women. It has seven slot, but I only carry my debit card, credit card, and a store card. The other slots have my insurance cards and Grocery store cards. 



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Re: What wallet are you using for all your credit cards?


NotUsher wrote:

I have a card case from Aspinal of London that I've been using for like three years or so now:

 

 

http://www.aspinaloflondon.com/products/slim-credit-card-case-in-smooth-black-and-red-suede?currency...

 

Drivers license and 3 CCs get the slots, center pocket holds building access card, health insurance card, and a small bit of cash folded up. No need to sit on anything and it holds just what I need to carry. Works great!


I really like this one.  Think I'll order one, since mine is about 10 years old and falling apart.

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Open123 wrote:

I really like this one.  Think I'll order one, since mine is about 10 years old and falling apart.


So far I've found mine's only gotten better with time as the leather got broken in. Still smells nice and the gold personalization is holding up pretty well. 


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Re: What wallet are you using for all your credit cards?

I have a Perry Ellis bifold with a cash divider

It holds 4 cards on each side and I keep four other cards in the cash slots. So a total of 12 cards





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Re: What wallet are you using for all your credit cards?


NotUsher wrote:

Open123 wrote:

I really like this one.  Think I'll order one, since mine is about 10 years old and falling apart.


So far I've found mine's only gotten better with time as the leather got broken in. Still smells nice and the gold personalization is holding up pretty well. 


I see that they print "Aspinal of London" on it, and underneath they print "England". Just in case you forget where London is located.

 

Is it easy to get the building access card out, then? My current wallet had a problem with that, and now the lining in that slot has peeled from the leather, making reinserting my building access card a bit awkward.

 

They sure do make common cow leather sound fancy though, don't they?


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Re: What wallet are you using for all your credit cards?


ForMyBiz wrote:

DigitalArk wrote:

I am curious...

 

How many credit cards does it hold?


This is a good question.  I have a tri-fold that I'm going to replace soon because it bends some of the cards.  


Judging by your siggy, a wheelbarrow may suit you better...lol...:smileyvery-happy:!

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Re: What wallet are you using for all your credit cards?


baller4life wrote:

I carry a regular Coach billfold then for cards I don't carry, I found this on Ebay. Holds 18 cards:

 

 


That's nice...could you please post a link to that. I couldn't find it. Thanks.

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blondy250 wrote:

Louis Vuittons taiga leather bifold, cost way more then the cash i carry in it. Usually carry 2-3 (based on rewards) cards, and a debit card.


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