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Old 8th May 2017, 15:41   #91
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I wish we had a different thread color to choose from apart from red. I tend to avoid anything that has red color in it. Perhaps blue/yellow? Please? I hope this is easy to implement for the manufacturer.
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Now that I've been using the TBHP wallet for more than a month, I must say, it has eased down very well. Initially I was feeling it was very thick (mine is a all cards version with the additional insert), but now I don't feel it in my rear pocket.
This post is nothing to do with the wallet, but suggest you not to keep it in your rear pocket while sitting.
Though I am not an expert on these things, but this looked logical?
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Not a complaint, but there is minor quality issue (I'm being very nit picky here) of the cuts for the card slots getting minor tears at the end.
Hard to see in your pic (though there is a small loose red thread). I don't think what you've described will cause any problems, but if you face any issues do reply to your order email with more details and we'll take care of it.

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Although I would still prefer a wallet with more card slots without the insert (it will reduce the thickness greatly), there are no qualms about this one.
Noted. The reason we went with a removable insert was for flexibility...

...both, in terms of for the user, but also so that we could have enough stock to keep people happy, regardless of the split in demand.

Now that we have a better idea of what % of people want additional card slots, we can perhaps work that in to our next iteration (no plans on the horizon for that though, will concentrate on other merchandise first).

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BTW, you may also want to consider a range in brown/tan since that is a more preferred wallet colour.
Will consider this for the next version -- though our research has shown that black is definitely the preferred colour, with brown/tan being next.

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I wish we had a different thread color to choose from apart from red.
Just the thread? Or the inside lining too?

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This post is nothing to do with the wallet, but suggest you not to keep it in your rear pocket while sitting.
This is better in terms of preventing pick-pocketing too.

Another piece of advice I got from this documentary about pick-pocketing in Naples, is to insert your wallet in your front pocket with the 'hinge' side upwards (rather than the two ends). This makes it difficult for pick-pockets to two-finger grab it.


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Just the thread? Or the inside lining too?
Thank you Rehaan for taking the feedback. The inside lining too. I think instead of red, I would prefer it navy blue or in medium to dark tones of blue. The blue and black combination would be great. I hope this is not that hard to do.
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Got the wallet delivered yesterday, which was pretty quick! The first impressions are very positive. Packing was great, the fit and finish seems worth the money (in fact it competes with a segment higher). The card slots are a both tight, so I guess some Running in is needed and post "first service", should smoothen out.

All in all a great sales experience and good product and hope there is no need for after sales service
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Pretty much happy with using the wallet over the past 3 weeks, i was shattered today to notice that the entire lining on the left side of the wallet which houses the cards has come off. i am attaching a pic. what is have understood while using wallets in general is that the cloth lining of this thickness and sheath quality doesn't withstand the pressure that our posteriors apply on them while holding our plastic money in them.
Though the price I paid was really decent for a leather wallet, I would certainly have wanted to to last at least between 3-6 months to allow me boasting of possessing one.

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Pretty much happy with using the wallet over the past 3 weeks, i was shattered today to notice that the entire lining on the left side of the wallet which houses the cards has come off.
Hey Travelator,

Could you please reply to your purchase email with these pictures. We'll definitely have this resolved for you!

As an aside, do consider what's mentioned in the posts earlier on this page about keeping your wallet in your front pocket - as it's better for your spine, security (and now also the wallet's health!)
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