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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.
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!
Great review and thanks for posting photos of this after being carried so members can see how it holds up. Cheers!
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.
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.