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# 214384 9-May-2017 11:50
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Hey guys,

 

Getting sick of my bulky wallet and looking for a replacement.

 

Something that would be nice and thin as I carry it in  my back pocket.

 

Anything worth a look?

 

Cheers


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  # 1778350 9-May-2017 11:52
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Bellroy. See here.

 

 

 

Excellent designs and quality.






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  # 1778354 9-May-2017 11:58
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I have a Mont Blanc Wallet, it's thin, light and very well made.





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  # 1778364 9-May-2017 12:05
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I've had one of these for just over a year Basics Wallet.

 

Not so good for coins though...


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  # 1778366 9-May-2017 12:09
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I use Belroy Slim Sleeve. Buy online, or they're in some stores. Area51 in Wellington on cuba mall has them. No good for coins, but I don't carry coins.


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  # 1778384 9-May-2017 12:35
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I use what I think was intended as a cigarette case. Some sort of chrome/stainless metal, holds and robustly protects my 6 essential cards with no wasted pocket volume. Try a barber shop/tobacconist/mens gift store or Trademe.



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  # 1778435 9-May-2017 13:20
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timmmay:

 

I use Belroy Slim Sleeve. Buy online, or they're in some stores. Area51 in Wellington on cuba mall has them. No good for coins, but I don't carry coins.

 

 

 

 

Thanks everyone for the tips.

 

Got a Bellroy Slim Sleeve on the way ;-)


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  # 1778455 9-May-2017 13:37
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I have a Micro Wallet made here in NZ by Cactus Outdoor. Very minimalist.

I bought it thinking I'd only use it occasionally and often require a bigger wallet, but I use it every day and it's my only wallet now.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1778528 9-May-2017 15:06
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My wallet was a kickstarter punt, all aluminium, slot for credit cards and I suppose paper money but I never use them

Carry around 2 credit cards, epftpos, drivers licence, Koru card.

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  # 1778570 9-May-2017 15:47
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I ordered one of these a couple of months ago - won't get it until October:

 

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1338372981/fantom-wallet-the-quick-access-slim-wallet

 

 




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  # 1778576 9-May-2017 15:50
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Yeah, all sorts of cool looking products on kickstarter but I am not a very patient person so I usually struggle getting excited about stuff on there..


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  # 1778583 9-May-2017 16:04
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I've got a Ridge wallet - not what the OP was asking about as these are really front pocket wallets, but holds just what i need - and no extra crap! I got one with a cash strap instead of a money clip:

 

https://www.ridgewallet.com/ 


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  # 1778615 9-May-2017 17:13
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I've been using a Minimo since late last year. Best wallet I've ever purchased. www.minimostore.com




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timmmay:

 

I use Belroy Slim Sleeve. Buy online, or they're in some stores. Area51 in Wellington on cuba mall has them. No good for coins, but I don't carry coins.

 

 

 

 

Coins...coins...must Google that.






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Secrid, not as slim as other mentioned but holds a heck of a lot, pop out cards is very convenient, not sure i could go back to conventional design now

 

https://www.secrid.com/en/

 

 

 

 


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