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post #136 of 212

i got a bottlehook for xmas and can't decide if i want to write my name on the leather tag.  i'm worried about it looking stupid.  what have people been doing with the tag?

post #137 of 212
Just do what you want
post #138 of 212
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Originally Posted by jmaudi0 View Post

i got a bottlehook for xmas and can't decide if i want to write my name on the leather tag.  i'm worried about it looking stupid.  what have people been doing with the tag?

I cut it off.
post #139 of 212
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Originally Posted by K2793 View Post

Just do what you want


Agreed.  I put my name on it, but more just for the fun of seeing how it would age.  How often do people check out your keys?  It's just for you IMHO.

post #140 of 212

true.  mine is black so i can't really write on it.  might try to indent my name in it somehow but i haven't figured out how just yet...haven't really tried.

post #141 of 212

I got it a little wet and used a leather stylus tool.  It wasn't too hard to freehand.
 

post #142 of 212

The time I don't check (and tighten) the screws on my belt, the female piece drops into the toilet.  At work.  Oh well.  I don't know why, but I'm quite anxious to hit up Home Depot to see if there's anything similar or get a new screw and female thing instead.

 

 

 

Good bye, sweet prince. (Click to show)

post #143 of 212
I bought a new saddle tan cardholder but its smaller than I had hoped. Quality on the new items is amazing. If anyone is interested ill let it go for under retail
post #144 of 212

are there any natural leather watch straps around that anyone knows of?

post #145 of 212

I've been trying to get my belt from an order I placed in November from Eric, and I've tweeted at him and sent multiple emails over the last several months with no success (he responded once asking for the transaction ID, which I sent, but he never followed up again). This is pretty horrible customer service - anyone know of a way to actually reach him?

post #146 of 212
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Originally Posted by kandalf View Post

I've been trying to get my belt from an order I placed in November from Eric, and I've tweeted at him and sent multiple emails over the last several months with no success (he responded once asking for the transaction ID, which I sent, but he never followed up again). This is pretty horrible customer service - anyone know of a way to actually reach him?

I e-mailed him twice back in December, and never received a response. As he's relaunching his site, he must just be busy.
post #147 of 212
That's odd. I've talked to him twice via email in the last week.

Corterleather@gmail.com
post #148 of 212
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Originally Posted by kandalf View Post

I've been trying to get my belt from an order I placed in November from Eric, and I've tweeted at him and sent multiple emails over the last several months with no success (he responded once asking for the transaction ID, which I sent, but he never followed up again). This is pretty horrible customer service - anyone know of a way to actually reach him?

Yeah, he's definitely not the best when replying to E-mails or tweets. Although he says he replies to people, I never got anything back from him. Hope you solve your issue asap. Solid products though.
post #149 of 212
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Originally Posted by kandalf View Post

I've been trying to get my belt from an order I placed in November from Eric, and I've tweeted at him and sent multiple emails over the last several months with no success (he responded once asking for the transaction ID, which I sent, but he never followed up again). This is pretty horrible customer service - anyone know of a way to actually reach him?

I have had the exact same problem. I ordered a belt and bottlehook in November.  I emailed him in late December and he never answered then again in January. He responded and asked for the transaction ID.  I once again never received the belt and emailed a few more times to which he has responded a few times times but every time he responded he said he was sending the belt out within the week and yet it's been almost five months and still no belt or bottlehook.  I hope you have better luck than I've had. Im still hoping my belt will come.

post #150 of 212
Thread Starter 
Corter Leather "Standard" Card Cases


Corter Leather's "Standard" Card Case Series features 3 different designs and numerous color options. Each card case is hand made by Eric in his Boston workshop. Holes are hand punched, rivets and hardware set by mallet, sewing done by hand, dying and oiling done in-house, and every piece made by memory without the use of patterns or stencils, thus every piece is unique. Here is our current selection with a brief description of each style.

Corter Leather "Standard" Card Wallet in Saddle Tan
* Corter's "standard" card wallet features a two card slot design with a flap closure. One slot is under the flap, and one on the back for easy access to your most used card. The leather is hand punched & sewn with painted and waxed edges.
* Solid brass signature snap is made by Scovill in Georgia, plated and rustproof
* Cast iron signature split ring
* One size, approximately 4.25" x 2.75" x .75"
* Available in saddle tan, blood red, natural, and indigo
* Made in the USA



Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7480000

Corter Leather "Standard" Card Wallet in Natural
* Corter's "standard" card wallet features a two card slot design with a flap closure. One slot is under the flap, and one on the back for easy access to your most used card. The leather is hand punched & sewn with painted and waxed edges.
* Solid brass signature snap is made by Scovill in Georgia, plated and rustproof
* Cast iron signature split ring
* One size, approximately 4.25" x 2.75" x .75"
* Available in saddle tan, blood red, natural, and indigo
* Made in the USA



Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7480001

Corter Leather "Standard" Card Wallet in Indigo
* Corter's "standard" card wallet features a two card slot design with a flap closure. One slot is under the flap, and one on the back for easy access to your most used card. The leather is hand punched & sewn with painted and waxed edges.
* Solid brass signature snap is made by Scovill in Georgia, plated and rustproof
* Cast iron signature split ring
* One size, approximately 4.25" x 2.75" x .75"
* Available in saddle tan, blood red, natural, and indigo
* Made in the USA



Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7480002

Corter Leather "Standard" Card Wallet in Blood Red
* Corter's "standard" card wallet features a two card slot design with a flap closure. One slot is under the flap, and one on the back for easy access to your most used card. The leather is hand punched & sewn with painted and waxed edges.
* Solid brass signature snap is made by Scovill in Georgia, plated and rustproof
* Cast iron signature split ring
* One size, approximately 4.25" x 2.75" x .75"
* Available in saddle tan, blood red, natural, and indigo
* Made in the USA



Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7480003

Corter Leather "Standard" Card Sleeve in Saddle Tan
* Corter's "standard" card sleeve is a simple single card slot design with a rear thumb slider to easy slide access. The leather is hand punched & sewn with painted and waxed edges.
* One size, approximately 3.75" x 2.9" x .35"
* Available in saddle tan, blood red, natural, and indigo
* Made in the USA

Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7480004

Corter Leather "Standard" Card Sleeve in Natural
* Corter's "standard" card sleeve is a simple single card slot design with a rear thumb slider to easy slide access. The leather is hand punched & sewn with painted and waxed edges.
* One size, approximately 3.75" x 2.9" x .35"
* Available in saddle tan, blood red, natural, and indigo
* Made in the USA

Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7480005

Corter Leather "Standard" Card Sleeve in Indigo
* Corter's "standard" card sleeve is a simple single card slot design with a rear thumb slider to easy slide access. The leather is hand punched & sewn with painted and waxed edges.
* One size, approximately 3.75" x 2.9" x .35"
* Available in saddle tan, blood red, natural, and indigo
* Made in the USA

Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7480006

Corter Leather "Standard" Card Sleeve in Blood Red
* Corter's "standard" card sleeve is a simple single card slot design with a rear thumb slider to easy slide access. The leather is hand punched & sewn with painted and waxed edges.
* One size, approximately 3.75" x 2.9" x .35"
* Available in saddle tan, blood red, natural, and indigo
* Made in the USA

Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7480007

Corter Leather "Standard" Card Holder in Saddle Tan
* Corter's "standard" card holder is a 3 card slot wallet, one slot on the front side and two on the back side. The leather is hand punched & sewn with painted and waxed edges.
* One size, approximately 4.25" x 2.9" x .4"
* Available in saddle tan, blood red, natural, and indigo
* Made in the USA

Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7480008

Corter Leather "Standard" Card Holder in Natural
* Corter's "standard" card holder is a 3 card slot wallet, one slot on the front side and two on the back side. The leather is hand punched & sewn with painted and waxed edges.
* One size, approximately 4.25" x 2.9" x .4"
* Available in saddle tan, blood red, natural, and indigo
* Made in the USA

Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7480009

Corter Leather "Standard" Card Holder in Indigo
* Corter's "standard" card holder is a 3 card slot wallet, one slot on the front side and two on the back side. The leather is hand punched & sewn with painted and waxed edges.
* One size, approximately 4.25" x 2.9" x .4"
* Available in saddle tan, blood red, natural, and indigo
* Made in the USA

Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7480010

Corter Leather "Standard" Card Holder in Blood Red
* Corter's "standard" card holder is a 3 card slot wallet, one slot on the front side and two on the back side. The leather is hand punched & sewn with painted and waxed edges.
* One size, approximately 4.25" x 2.9" x .4"
* Available in saddle tan, blood red, natural, and indigo
* Made in the USA

Link: http://www.blueowl.us/scripts/psp/VB...il&SKU=7480011

More on our recent blog post: http://blueowlworkshop.blogspot.com/2013/04/corter-leather-standard-card-cases.html
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