Dynomighty Mighty Cases
Dynomighty Mighty Cases
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Product Description
You want a bit of character in your accessories bag, but you also want to ensure that everything stays safe and in one place. Enter the Dynomighty Accessories Case, made with Tyvek material for the best in water and tear resistance Read More

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cbusenbu
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Feb 27, 2015
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This is a little odd to me, Dynomighty offers their mighty cases for 12 dollars, and for orders under 13oz, they do free shipping, so if i get this at 10 dollars plus 1.82 in shipping I save 18 cents?(technically 19, but whatever) then I likely have to wait quite a bit longer to get it, not sure if it's worth 18 cents.
Edit: Took a look at their larger version, it's fifteen dollars, so then it may be worth the savings of 3 dollars, but if you are getting slim, doesn't make a whole lot of a difference.
Feb 27, 2015
AlexPk
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Feb 26, 2015
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I've had a wallet made from Tyvek I bought 3 years ago that has been great. It has signs of age obviously, but not anything nearly as bad as you'd expect for something that feels like paper and has been travelling around in my pocket for over 1000 days.
Original look first then mine.
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Feb 26, 2015
cbbrowne
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Feb 26, 2015
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I used to make paper wallets; an 8.5x11 sheet, folded suitably, makes a mighty thin wallet. <http://www.instructables.com/id/Paper-Wallet/> It would only last a few weeks, but I can find a sheet of paper just about anywhere.
A couple of times, I'd use Tyvek (generally grabbed a shipping envelope) instead of paper, and it was a vast lot more durable than plain paper. The material would start being fuzzy at the edges from pocket friction after six months, but that doesn't mean it was anywhere near structurally worn out, just dirty.
Feb 26, 2015
ZALHERA
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Feb 26, 2015
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Thank you for the link!
Feb 26, 2015
ZALHERA
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Feb 25, 2015
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A local store has these in different designs so I got to feel them in person. I haven't owned one, so I don't have long-term experience with it, but from what I felt in the store, I didn't quite like it. Maybe it was because it crumpled and the wrinkles reminded me of actual crumpled paper, and from that I associate the thing with fragility, but I would rather a plastic pencil case over this.
Feb 25, 2015
StreakInTheSky
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Feb 25, 2015
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This is pretty cool, and not as pretentious as most stationary related items on massdrop tend to be. Might get it, but not really in the market for a pencil case at the moment.
But really the purpose of this post is the product photos. You currently have pictures of the same item with completely different shades of yellow. Which is more accurate, the subtle yellow of the feature photos, or the strong yellow of the lower photos? As a product photographer and someone who does most shopping on the internet, it annoys me to no end when web stores don't pay attention to this. Please, make sure the colors of the items you're representing are at least a bit accurate. If the inaccurate photos were taken by someone else, use Photoshop to fix it. In the end it will prevent some headaches between store and customer when they find out the item isn't what it looked like online. /rant
Feb 25, 2015
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