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Chamberlain
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When I push it in the card is still level with the top of the wallet, its only as I bring it around to the front that my index finger finishes pushing it all the way in
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Thanks guys! Iam still working on it.
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The Real Man's Wallet is definitely my favorite so far. I thought the load was a little tough at first too but not only with practice is it easier but It also stretches out, making it natural easier. The only complaint I have is how low quality the Leather I. I use I as an every day wallet and within a months time, the wear was apparent on the flap where the leather folds I peels along the edge. However it didn't progressively get too much worse. Just worn around two creases and its kinda held at bay for the past year or so.
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I personally think loading the JOL hip wallet is much easier although not as good as the old original but especially easy if its from the back pocket and even if you don't load it fully the hand covers any discrepancies as you remove the wallet so it can still be seen on both sides...plus no slide required.

On a side note does anyone know why Royal magic stop making their version of card to hip wallet ?
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On Aug 6, 2015, warren wrote:

On a side note does anyone know why Royal magic stop making their version of card to hip wallet ?


Because it was terrible?
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That's just one opinion there are plenty who were big fans of the royal magic wallet lol
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On Aug 6, 2015, warren wrote:
That's just one opinion there are plenty who were big fans of the royal magic wallet lol


They were big fans because it was cheap.

Try removing an unfolded card from the zippered compartment.

At the very least, the zipper will scratch the edge of the card.
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Don't you give the signed card away anyway.......always positive lol
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On Jul 23, 2015, Zephury wrote:
The Real Man's Wallet is definitely my favorite so far.


What others have you owned? (just curious)
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The real man's wallet does present the problem of 'easy' load due to the size of the wallet and it's height placement, especially in the back pocket. The closed flap, which ultimately contains the transposition/palmed card insert, can be accessed more easily by placing your driver's license in the closed flap - this acts as a perfect slide for the gambler's cop or palm-off. Best to all who live in the realm of entertainment and puzzles.
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On Aug 6, 2015, warren wrote:
I personally think loading the JOL hip wallet is much easier although not as good as the old original but especially easy if its from the back pocket and even if you don't load it fully the hand covers any discrepancies as you remove the wallet so it can still be seen on both sides...plus no slide required.

On a side note does anyone know why Royal magic stop making their version of card to hip wallet ?


IMHO the JOL is way easier to load than the real man's wallet. Looks more like a normal wallet as well. Part of the problem with a lot of hip wallets is they slide down too deep in the back pocket. The JOL solved that issue. I know the JOL costs more but it is worth it for a speedier load and more normal looking wallet in my opinion.
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Paul, which wallet from JOL, as I am not familiar with their products .

Thx. Dave
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I was referring to the JOL hip wallet.

http://www.propdog.co.uk/jerry-o-connell......p-wallet
http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/S7945

Another benefit of this wallet is the card comes out of a zippered compartment not some strange looking flap pocket that you don't see inside a normal man's bifold.
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Thanks Paul, your advice and information has always been great over the years I trust it will be this time as well so I went ahead and ordered it just now. Best regards Dave
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