I like your setup.
snackdog wrote: ↑Sun Oct 20, 2019 6:47 amRemember that the wallet is the purse for the man. It is a convenient place to store everything you could possibly need.
Prescription med card
Grocery club cards for Kroger,Costco, etc
Parking tags for gym and office
Spare key for house
Cash - both paper in many denominations and some coins, occasionally some foreign currency notes
Couple blank checks
Assorted receipts and memos, souvenir ballgame tickets, etc.
I try to keep mine down to an inch thick. Requires a rubber band and can be a pain to sit on.i sometimes level myself out with a wad of napkins in the other pocket.
You should ask for a commission. I've been looking for a new minimalist wallet and I just picked one of these up. (Version 3 in Black.) Thanks for sharing.Winston19 wrote: ↑Sat Oct 19, 2019 7:35 pmI use a slim wallet - Tom Bihn Nik's wallet. Perfect for carrying a few cards and a little cash.
I still use my first wallet. Had to have been about 1996 when I got my first job at Baskin Robbins. It's showing some age but functions perfectly.Jack FFR1846 wrote: ↑Sat Oct 19, 2019 4:57 pmI'll stop carrying a wallet when my present one wears out. I bought it in 1980 from a ski shop. It's synthetic something or other. It's starting to wear on one corner. Another hundred twenty years, it'll probably become a hole and that'll do it. I don't always carry my phone, so that won't work for me.
Forgot to also mention about these other reward/membership/gift cards. I have also loaded all of these in to Samsung Pay. I have everything from Dicks Sporting Goods to library card and even the swim school card for my kids. I also load all the gift cards that Samsung Pay supports... it's a good way for me to keep track of all of the gift cards instead of having them laying around in different places. One other app that I find helpful is the Target app which I also loaded my Target red card in to so that's even one less card that I have to carry around on me or in my car.
Don’t forget the hard candy.
Says "currently unavailable." I hunted around and found this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MT9Z6RF/lightheir wrote: ↑Tue Oct 29, 2019 11:31 pmI love my minimalist wallet(s). I have tried a few of them - amazingly, the cheapest and simplest one works the best for me, although to be fair, all of them are good.
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If you don't want to carry an electronic leash phone how else would you know what time it is?
One can't operate without cash where I live, so I carry an old school wallet....ugh.
+1 for Bellroy. I don't recall which one I have, but it is small and in my front pocket. I carry a few more items than you, but it's great.invest4 wrote: ↑Sat Oct 19, 2019 5:51 pmI never really considered going completely wallet free. However, I did reduce quite a bit via the Bellroy Slim Sleeve a couple of years ago.
3 credit cards
Health insurance card
Few 20s or a fifty in cash
My phone is an iphone SE...also can't imagine any larger.
Samsung pay can be used whenever you can physically access a mag stripe reader. It simulates a card swipe. That still doesn't cover 100% of cases, but it gets you much closer.
That's neat...thanks for sharing! I don't think Apple Pay will do that; I'm sure that they are working on it.whodidntante wrote: ↑Sat Nov 02, 2019 8:02 pmSamsung pay can be used whenever you can physically access a mag stripe reader. It simulates a card swipe. That still doesn't cover 100% of cases, but it gets you much closer.
If there is a situation where you can't access a mag stripe reader. Like paying for dinner at a restaurant where the server disappears with your credit card for 5 minutes.hudson wrote: ↑Sat Nov 02, 2019 8:10 pmThat's neat...thanks for sharing! I don't think Apple Pay will do that; I'm sure that they are working on it.whodidntante wrote: ↑Sat Nov 02, 2019 8:02 pmSamsung pay can be used whenever you can physically access a mag stripe reader. It simulates a card swipe. That still doesn't cover 100% of cases, but it gets you much closer.
Where do you hit snags?
Yikes! I paid $24.99. It is now listed as $20.99 with a one-day deal at $9.34!