[quote]On Jan 2, 2018, warren wrote:
Actually this review is a little misleading, what I mean by that is that it only looks like a regular wallet from the outside but when you open the wallet there is no compartment for either cash or credit cards which means it's something you may carry with you at a booking but you couldn't actually use it as an actual wallet for every day use. and perform impromptu.
I've noticed a trend with this just lately when it comes to switching wallets ie they are more like very big ID wallets at best which is such a pity. [/quote]
So I take it you are saying, you want all wallets to be one inch thick, so you can use it as your everyday wallet. In the 21 Century, it all all about thin wallets for men. I guess you can't please everyone.
I do carry a wallet that is one inch thick for my everyday wallet. Have to carry ID cards for everything. It hurts my hip when sitting down. It looks terrible after 10 years. Why would you want to pull out such a wallet in a magic demonstration?