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Thin is in! Exactly what I was looking for to replace bulky wallet
on March 5, 2012
My wallet was like that old 50s monster, The Blob. It kept getting bigger and bigger. If I recall correctly, Steve McQueen defeated The Blob by freezing it, but that wasn't a viable option with my wallet. It needed to be replaced. I needed something thinner, much thinner, before the bulky bulge in my pocket threatened to take over the world.
Enter, the All-Ett. I did a lot of research on the options, including many money clips, but this was the winner of the sifting process. Putting this wallet next to my old one (both empty) was a shocker. The All-Ett is as thin as a folded sheet of paper. My old wallet, a tri-fold, was about a half inch thick when empty. The next step was to decide which cards absolutely needed to make a new home in the All-Ett, and which could get tossed in a drawer. This was an agonizing process, but I managed to reduce some of the bulk a little.
Then came the moment of truth. I folded it up and put it in my front pocket. It's less than half the thickness of my old wallet. Success! I'm very happy I bought it.
One final note. Many reviews note the crinkly sound it makes. I was truly expecting something that would register on the Richter scale the way it was coming up all the time. But really, it's a big nothing. It makes a slight crinkly sound when you open and close it, but it doesn't bother me and I don't think anyone else would notice unless you're in a completely silent room.
In short, it is an excellent choice if you want the very thinnest wallet possible. I keep 12 credit/debit/ID cards in there, plus a few business cards, money (of course) and have room to add more if I wanted to. Here's hoping I don't. Keep it thin!