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soultron
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Apr 8, 2017
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These things are legit. I've owned mine since getting it from the Kickstarter. Amazingly lightweight. I think I have something like 8 cards/IDs in the main compartment. I keep my work magnetic access card on the other side, with my transit pass. The elastic hasn't really shown any signs up letting up either, after a year (or two, can't remember) of owning and heavy daily use.
Best wallet I've ever owned.
I added some shots. I typically carry several (5 or 6, give or take a few) bills folded up under the elastic without issue. You probably don't want a wad of cash in there though because it'd start to get pretty bulky.
Apr 8, 2017
Alllitupagain
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Apr 8, 2017
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How hard is it to find the cards you want? It's kinda sad the video doesn't show any cards being removed. Out of my 7 cards I use 3 daily ant 4 weekly. Carry maybe 3 bills tops. TIA!
Apr 8, 2017
JonasHeineman
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Apr 8, 2017
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Great review and thanks for posting photos of this after being carried so members can see how it holds up. Cheers!
Apr 8, 2017
wrsoles
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Apr 8, 2017
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I keep my most used cards on top, and they slide out very easily. so you can just slide a couple up with your thumb and then slide the ones you dont need back down and pull the one that you do need out.
Apr 8, 2017
soultron
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Apr 9, 2017
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Pretty easy, surprisingly. If you don't find what you're looking for on the top 2 or 3 cards, you can easily press against the stack of cards (where they're exposed at the "corners" of the wallet) to push the entire stack out of the wallet a bit. Also, if you don't cover up the hole on the back, you can actually use that to slide out the stack too! A bit hard to put into words but all very intuitive once you have it in your hands.
I keep my debit card on the top of the stack in the wallet, since it's my most frequently used card. Under that is my CC and then my ID. I always find it easy to access these in a split-second. The ones further down are a bit more of a challenge but you're only spending a few seconds, tops! (You can use either of the methods I described above.)
Hope this helps.
Apr 9, 2017
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