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Re: good credit card wallet.


Shogun wrote:

I have a wife and 2 kids.  I don't need a wallet.  Don't keep anything long enough to put in it.


pshhh...wife, 2 kids.  Try a wife, 4 kids, oldest a Senior in College....

 

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Re: good credit card wallet.


Trons wrote:

Shogun wrote:

I have a wife and 2 kids.  I don't need a wallet.  Don't keep anything long enough to put in it.


pshhh...wife, 2 kids.  Try a wife, 4 kids, oldest a Senior in College....

 


I'll give you that.   Just think,, always could be worse.  Could have 2 kids, 4 wives....   lol

 

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Re: good credit card wallet.

I was actually just searching this board for such a thread.  I need new wallet to celebrate my new found credit cards.  I will be removing my Amex Prepaid card and placing the following new cards:  Amex Zync, Amex Delta, Walmart Discover and CU Rewards MC.  These will join my two rebuilder cards: Cap1 and WF.

 

I almost want to put my Amex cards in protective sleeves :smileyhappy: (also hoping for some backdating but not sure if they can locate info)

 

So any good wallets for say 8 cards (6 above plus normal debit card and business card)



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Re: good credit card wallet.

i went to men's wearhouse today and nothing good. 

 

i havent had rebuilder cards but store cards. 

 

i need a wallet for at least 

i.d. 

insurance(last time i went to the doctors or hospital for myself was over 5 years ago)

4 cards(mc,mc, freedom, zync) 

5 store cards(but will most likely just sock drawer these) 

which fyi every place ive tried if i dont have my card they can look it up at the register via social and id. (which is kinda crazy)

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Re: good credit card wallet.


creditnocash wrote:

i went to men's wearhouse today and nothing good. 

 

i havent had rebuilder cards but store cards. 

 

i need a wallet for at least 

i.d. 

insurance(last time i went to the doctors or hospital for myself was over 5 years ago)

4 cards(mc,mc, freedom, zync) 

5 store cards(but will most likely just sock drawer these) 

which fyi every place ive tried if i dont have my card they can look it up at the register via social and id. (which is kinda crazy)


Try Nordstrom Rack... They have awesome wallets that normally sell for around 100 bucks for about 30 dollars... I got my last one there and its awesome.. holds 11 credit cards PLUS my Id... and two folds for cash and two receipt holders... awesome wallet..Bosca Essentials Wallet.. you can find it on Amazon.com but its about 70-90 bucks on there,,

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Re: good credit card wallet.

I'm a big fan of minimal wallets that don't add a lot of bulk to the bulk of the cards/bills I want to carry.

 

My current favorites are:

 

The Slimfold Wallet is my everyday.  Made of Tyvek so it's super-strong with minimal bulk.  Holds 10 cards and some bills comfortably.

http://slimfoldwallet.com/?page_id=5

 

For a night out when I only need a couple cards, an ID, and a couple bills, I use the Jimi. Mine holds 4 cards one side and a few bills in the built-in money clip the other side.  If you get the JimiX version, the money clip moves to the outside giving you a little more room for cards inside.

http://www.thejimi.com/

 

For formal occasions, I have a black version of this Martin Margiela card holder. I've yet to find a non-leather wallet I'd want to whip out when I'm wearing a tux or a nice suit, but this manages to be less bulky than the typical bi-fold/tri-fold leather wallet. I load it with a few cards and ID, and maybe a couple of tickets if I'm off to the opera/ballet/whatever.

http://www.oki-ni.com/uncategorised-sale/maison-martin-margiela-11-mens-card-holder/invt/mm1250hay/&...

 

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Re: good credit card wallet.

Oh! Also, for those who like to stand out, I recommend Poketo wallets.

http://poketo.com/shop/wallets

 

They are constantly changing the lineup with different artists creating their limited edition art wallets.  They're all made of paper laminated in plastic. The only catch is they're not very durable, but that just encourages you to change it up with new designs.  I tended to destroy one of these every 6 months as my everyday wallet until I found the less-arty but more-durable Slimfold.

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Re: good credit card wallet.


TheConductor wrote:

Oh! Also, for those who like to stand out, I recommend Poketo wallets.

http://poketo.com/shop/wallets

 

They are constantly changing the lineup with different artists creating their limited edition art wallets.  They're all made of paper laminated in plastic. The only catch is they're not very durable, but that just encourages you to change it up with new designs.  I tended to destroy one of these every 6 months as my everyday wallet until I found the less-arty but more-durable Slimfold.


Oooo, there is an adventure time one :smileytongue: 

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Re: good credit card wallet.


TheConductor wrote:

Oh! Also, for those who like to stand out, I recommend Poketo wallets.

http://poketo.com/shop/wallets

 

They are constantly changing the lineup with different artists creating their limited edition art wallets.  They're all made of paper laminated in plastic. The only catch is they're not very durable, but that just encourages you to change it up with new designs.  I tended to destroy one of these every 6 months as my everyday wallet until I found the less-arty but more-durable Slimfold.


i like this one but its sold out.... 

 

the other ones were not growing on me.... 

thanks fo the update though. 

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