Bi-Fold Wallet vs Tri-Fold Wallet

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  1. progressiveminded

    progressiveminded Senior member

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    Bi-fold. I much prefer to have one crease on my bills than two, and a bit more in terms of size is a decent trade-off for less bulk.
     


  2. Joshua Arson

    Joshua Arson Senior member

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    I really, really hate tri-folds because of how the money ends up folded. I prefer bi-folds.
     


  3. grundletaint

    grundletaint Senior member

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    you carry your money in your wallet? amateurs.

    bi-fold because there's no reason to carry anything more than what fits in that.
     


  4. Tarmac

    Tarmac Senior member

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    bi-fold.

    I presume tri-folds were invented to make wallets smaller. but they just end up being thicker. sucks
     




  5. Joshua Arson

    Joshua Arson Senior member

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    you carry your money in your wallet? amateurs.

    bi-fold because there's no reason to carry anything more than what fits in that.


    I'm not sophisticated enough for a money clip [​IMG]
     


  6. NaTionS

    NaTionS Senior member

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    I don't understand why people prefer to use money clips. You're still going to need to carry something to put your cards in, why not just keep it all in a wallet. But I guess money clips are fine if you need to carry a couple thousand in 100s with you.

    I like bi-folds because like I can't stand the way bills look in tri-folds.
     


  7. FlyingLotus

    FlyingLotus Senior member

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    bi-fold so far...
    i need to find a good wallet that will keep my cards safe though
    my last wallet has cracked all my cards in half
     


  8. Stazy

    Stazy Senior member

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    I've used a bi-fold from mont blanc for the past 4 years. It's held up suprisingly well.

    That being said, I usually carry my cash in a briefcase chained to my wrist.
     


  9. waldo98

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    I prefer bi-fold wallets since there is only one crease and they are generally thinner than tri-folds.
     


  10. onion

    onion Senior member

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    Bi-fold. I like my wallets very flat, and tri-folds are the complete opposite of that.
     


  11. Mauby

    Mauby Senior member

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    That being said, I usually carry my cash in a briefcase chained to my wrist.


    What? No armored truck?
     


  12. brohymn

    brohymn Senior member

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    tri-folds are 7th grader status
     




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