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post #1 of 19
Thread Starter 

Hey all!

 

Any cool suggestions to even more slim wallets that you've used?

 

I own a DUN wallet, a Dash 3.0, a Haru wallet, Natsu wallet and Aki Wallet (me and my team runs kisetsu.co).

 

Just want to find out how many cards do you guys usually carry and amount of cash, and also what else do you guys carry around with you on a daily basis?

 

I love collecting wallets and designing new ones. Do share in this thread, some of the great features you like or don't like about a wallet and maybe I can design something cool! ;)

post #2 of 19

Card case (this in black):

 

http://www.pickett.co.uk/flat-card-case.html

 

Plus money clip.

 

No 'Art Vanderlay' wallets here.:bigstar:

post #3 of 19

First time poster here. I've been waiting for a post like this. can you make something like this;
https://www.lucrin.co.uk/accessories/credit-cards-holders/compact/horizontal-case-4-cards-side-opening.htm

 

its a credit card case but with a side opening, so much easier to shove in cash and receipts etc... I used to have one from Zegna which fell to pieces till i eventually found this one from Lucrin. Its ok but the leather is quite soft, could do with being more sturdy. can you make one.

post #4 of 19

I stopped using wallets years ago.  A money clip holds 2 credit cards, 3-4 of my business cards (although I have a few in all of my jackets / suits) and enough cash to make the day. 

 

More than enough.

 

post #5 of 19
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Originally Posted by Balfour View Post

Card case (this in black):

http://www.pickett.co.uk/flat-card-case.html

Plus money clip.

I use a wallet just like this, and keep folded bills in the central pocket. No money clip needed.
post #6 of 19
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Originally Posted by Veremund View Post


I use a wallet just like this, and keep folded bills in the central pocket. No money clip needed.


The problem with these is that they are slim until you load them with credit cards.  Plus, you always end up carrying cards you don't need.

 

Because you check what cash you have daily (before leaving home etc), with the money clip you always carry the absolutely necessary.

 

Just my 2p of course.

post #7 of 19
I use this. It covers everything, fits cards and cash. What I find usefull for slimness is that it has a construction with no full leather fold (not sure this makes sense) which is really where bulkness comes from, IMHO


post #8 of 19
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Originally Posted by silkman View Post

The problem with these is that they are slim until you load them with credit cards.  Plus, you always end up carrying cards you don't need.

It's only got 4 card slots, so it stays quite slim. I love mine. biggrin.gif
post #9 of 19
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Originally Posted by Veremund View Post


It's only got 4 card slots, so it stays quite slim. I love mine. biggrin.gif


This.

post #10 of 19
Have a look at the Launer web site
post #11 of 19
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Balfour View Post
 

Card case (this in black):

 

http://www.pickett.co.uk/flat-card-case.html

 

Plus money clip.

 

No 'Art Vanderlay' wallets here.:bigstar:

This one is really simple and I have one of these as well. I don't separate my cards and cash and therefore this cardholder gets bulky when I fit bills in (folded in quarters) or it will jut out when folded in half. Overall I think its a great and simple wallet but don't you think 65 pounds is a little too pricey? :/

 

Do you use a metal money clip or the leather with magnet one?

post #12 of 19
Thread Starter 

Hey buddy! The link you sent is a broken link! Would love to check it out. It sounds interesting!

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Originally Posted by Ralphie View Post
 

First time poster here. I've been waiting for a post like this. can you make something like this;
https://www.lucrin.co.uk/accessories/credit-cards-holders/compact/horizontal-case-4-cards-side-opening.htm

 

its a credit card case but with a side opening, so much easier to shove in cash and receipts etc... I used to have one from Zegna which fell to pieces till i eventually found this one from Lucrin. Its ok but the leather is quite soft, could do with being more sturdy. can you make one.

post #13 of 19
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Veremund View Post


It's only got 4 card slots, so it stays quite slim. I love mine. biggrin.gif

 

 

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Originally Posted by Balfour View Post
 


This.

 

I totally agree. If you carry about 2-6 cards, a simple cardholder like this will do the trick! 

post #14 of 19
Thread Starter 

I am currently using this cardholder wallet. This is one of our team's designs.

 

I am carrying 4 cards and some bills for my daily activities.

 

post #15 of 19
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by silkman View Post
 

I stopped using wallets years ago.  A money clip holds 2 credit cards, 3-4 of my business cards (although I have a few in all of my jackets / suits) and enough cash to make the day. 

 

More than enough.

 

Where can I get that money clip? Looks kinda cool lol

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