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    I am happy with my Secrid cardslide.

    Collection - Secrid

    It can be noisy when there is a single coin in there rattling but with contact less cards + payments with smartphones apps I don't use a lot of cash nowadays. I usually put the coins in my pocket when I need/have some.
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    Here's my Saddleback. As pictured it's holding 5 plastic cards and 12 paper cards.



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    Quote Originally Posted by sk_tle View Post
    I am happy with my Secrid cardslide.

    Collection - Secrid

    It can be noisy when there is a single coin in there rattling but with contact less cards + payments with smartphones apps I don't use a lot of cash nowadays. I usually put the coins in my pocket when I need/have some.
    Thomas, those looks great and "unwanted wireless communication" sounds way less conspiracy theorist than anti-RFID
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgaddis View Post
    I don't know how long I've had my Saddleback, but it's still going strong with no durability issues. Maybe 8 or 9 years now? Heard about them here on vSalon, have given several as gifts and everyone (who wants a small slim wallet) loves them.

    I've got this one :: Leather Wallet | Men's Bifold | Saddleback Leather
    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    @davids I have the Bellroy and it's real good. It was me who recommended the Saddleback several ages ago. I carried that for a few years however it never compacted. The darn things are made so well and durable that they defy wear!

    Bellroy are overpriced yet they deliver a high quality product so you won't regret spending too much. ouch.
    Thanks guys.

    The smaller the better, but only up to a point. I'm not Strongin for God's sake.

    That Saddleback looks nice Dustin. But I like the metrosexualness of the Bellroys, and will probably pop for one of their Hide-and-Seeks, along with a key-holder and a laptop case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Strongin View Post
    I had one. It was decent enough for a bifold. Nice and soft, though it did show signs of wear after a bit. Then I moved to the fairly minimalist Slimmy wallet:

    Slimmy OG Slim Wallet - 3-Pocket (73mm) - Black - RFID EDC bolstr(R) - Pocket Research

    I loved it...until I decided to try going even more minimalist. Enter the Flowfold:

    Minimalist - Card Holder Wallet - Flowfold

    $15 bucks, holds everything I actually need, and mine shows hardly any signs of wear after roughly 2 years.
    you have stellar tastes in wallets.
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    I got this Tumi, and am pretty happy with its compact efficiency after a week of use.

    I didn't think I'd be happy folding my cash, but it's no biggie. Excuse the pun.
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    I upgraded my Flowfold Minimalist to the RFID blocking version. $19 instead of $15. Still tiny and perfect as ever.
    "I guess you're some weird relic of an obsolete age." - davids

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    well....i'm now the owner of a Flowfold, a Holtz, and a Tanner.
    -Dustin

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    Quote Originally Posted by dashDustin View Post
    well....i'm now the owner of a Flowfold, a Holtz, and a Tanner.
    You could make a wallet turducken with that combo.
    "I guess you're some weird relic of an obsolete age." - davids

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    i've had a shell cordovan fold wallet for several years - very hard to beat in terms of compactness and durability.

    Leffot in NYC is a great shop to deal with. link = The Fold – Small

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    You all should check out PIONEER | Premium technical wallets built to last a lifetime. I'm done with leather wallets forever.
     

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    Pro Tip: No matter how cool they look, and how sweet you think it would be to have a bulletproof ass - avoid the carbon fiber wallet.

    CF wallet.jpg

    I learned my lesson (and my membership card into the slow learners club) after it ate 3 pairs of jeans over a few months.

    Ryan
     

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