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Topic: Kaps on Fire wallet.
Message: Posted by: idreamz (Feb 23, 2003 02:29AM)
I saw the video at Penguin Magic and it's really nice. Since my wallet is old, perhaps I could get that. However, before I get that, I would like some reviews.

1. Is the wallet examinable?
2. Can it be used as a normal wallet?
3. What fuel does it use?
4. Do you recommend it?

Thanks :bg: :nod:
Message: Posted by: charliemagic (Feb 23, 2003 07:45AM)
1. Is the wallet examinable?
NO
2. Can it be used as a normal wallet?
YES..
If you do not carry a lot of items
3. What fuel does it use?
lighter fluid
4. Do you recommend it?
YES YES YES

Hope no one thinks I gave away any trade secrets..If so, please PM me & I will delete.
Message: Posted by: Zackary (Feb 23, 2003 12:49PM)
I was thinking about getting this too,But do you have to palm the card with this wallet?You can pm me if you don't want to say it here.
Zack
Message: Posted by: dillib (Feb 23, 2003 09:00PM)
Yes it requires palming.
Message: Posted by: trilam (Feb 23, 2003 09:15PM)
I also have this wallet and am very pleased with it. I have never had anyone ask to 'examine' the wallet, though it can be shown very cleanly that it is a normal wallet that holds you credit cards and money. It can be used as a regular wallet, though you wouldn't wnat to necessarily walk around with it all day loaded with lighter fluid.
Besides being a great fire wallet, it is also a good stand alone Kaps load wallet for card to wallet effects.
Gets my recommendation.
Message: Posted by: charliemagic (Feb 24, 2003 09:02AM)
You can use the wallet to do a 'card to wallet' but it is not necessary.
Use it as any otehr fire wallet.
That's the beauty of it..
Message: Posted by: yken (Feb 24, 2003 05:05PM)
I have another fire wallet ,but it will soon dry for a half hour and it is difficult to ignite.
Could someone tell me how long the lighter fluid of "Kaps on Fire Wallet" last?
Message: Posted by: iSawThat (Feb 24, 2003 08:33PM)
doesn't last much longer than that in my experience. I love this wallet, but its inability to keep the fire bit 'loaded' for long periods of time bugs me. Still, it's fantastic! Get it...
Message: Posted by: iamslow (Feb 24, 2003 09:39PM)
For 36 bucks you cant go wrong
Message: Posted by: bunkyhenry (Mar 7, 2005 09:55AM)
Put more fluid in...put the fluid in in stages. It sometimes is still lightable THE NEXT MORNING!!