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Discussion in 'Other Every Day Carry Items' started by switchblade906, Aug 5, 2013.
Prototype I am working on:
I might make a leather version this weekend.
I've used this All-Ett wallet for a couple years now. The tallness of it allows me to carry more then I normally would but still be very thin and fits nicely in my back pocket when I don't have my EDC bag.
Is that Rover & Lakes? I couldn't find anything in a search. Also, what is that nice little blade?
Yes the wallet is by Rover & Lakes, a house brand from a shopping center called "Galeria Kaufhof" here in Germany. I guess that's the reason why you couldn't find anything. And the knife is an Atwood Skeeter from Peter Atwood.
I like big chunky biker wallets. Since I carry it in my purse I don't worry about the size of it.
When I'm purse-less I use an Atelier Pall wallet or a little zipper pouch from Libaire.
I carry a generic dept. store wallet, but I want a Bellroy Slim Sleeve. Gotta find $80 to spend on a wallet first though...
Not the best wallet but cheap and reliable.
if you ever do make this, i will definitely buy one!
Its an attempt at the most minimal wallet possible, no sewing or seams, just one piece of cut material. There are three variations, one even simpler than this and the trick is in finding the right leather. A cereal box and duct tape actually works great but its no good for a final product.
You need to call it origami organizer
A Civilian Lab IWallet.
Truck tire wallet
Just received a new Slim Front Pocket Wallet from Bellroy... Love it.
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Kydex Money Clip Protomodels:
...with Tactical Black Duracoat painted Punisher Skull
This keeps me all together
The card slots were a tad tight so I trimmed 1 mm off each long-side of the cards and sanded them into a rounded profile. They slide in and out with just the right amount of friction. The leather will stretch in time but then I can just get some new, un-trimmed cards and all will be fine again. It's better to let the leather settle it's own way than to force it,,,,, methinks
My wife saw what I was doing and thinks I'm mad and obsessive and finicky and have got a screw loose,,
,,,,, and she's probably right
I just received a Dash 3.0 in saffiano leather. I like the look of it but it is light and the material is really thin. Personally I would like just a little more substance to it, but we'll see how it holds up.
The Newingham Celerity wallet has been my choice for almost a year now. Quality construction and I absolutely love those innovative card pockets!
+1 on the Saddleback I.D. Wallet. Few cards, license, insurance cards & room for cash if I carried it there. Perfect for me. Only thing I don't like is the 100 year warranty. I really need a reason to own more Saddleback!
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