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Finally Got a Thin Wallet


nevets88

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There are 6 credit card sized cards and 8 bills and it’s thinner than my old wallet empty and it’s got RFID protection. We’ll see how long this holds up. Pretty nice to have a smaller thinner wallet although theoretically easier to lose. 
 

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