It is a Des Horn Imvubu with Nitrobe-77. My grailRanCoWeAla wrote:Zenith what kind of knife is that? Oh, by the way I carry an old Fossil bi-fold that was worn out years ago but I like it too much to let go of it. It has five card slots on each side and each one has two or three in it.
Zenith wrote:It is a Deorn Imvubu with Nitrobe-77. My grail
Revival wrote:No wallet here, just a smart money clip and love it. One of the first things I learned here in Vegas was not to carry my wallet in my back pocket. I wasnt about to carry my wallet in my front pocket so switched over to the smart money clip and its perfect.
These are some stock photos to give you an idea.this_is_nascar wrote:So how does that work? You have your dollars bills, driver's license, medical insurance card, etc all clipped with a money clip in your pocket? I wouldn't want to have to worry about dropping all those cards, ID, etc every time I reached for a dollar bill.
RanCoWeAla wrote:I like that knife. Can you open it with the extended thumb ramp on top of the pivot? It reminds me of a Boker knife I have that you can roll it open similiar to a Case Rusdlock.I wish Spyderco would make something like that. I think you should be able to open a knife five or six different ways.
Jip, exactly like a Boker EXK, don't know when or why but it has become a popular method of opening for many South African knife makers. At last years Knife Guild show we where discussing the opening mechanism. No one really knows where it comes from, who did it first, but the earliest remembrance of this mechanism was around the 1980's.RanCoWeAla wrote:The Boker knife I was refering to is the Exskelibur. I would love to see Spyderco make something like that and I saw from you tube that Imvubu can be opened via the thumb ramp.
That's pretty cool, I may have to try one out.Revival wrote:These are some stock photos to give you an idea.
Carries your cash on one side and drivers licenses, credit cards etc on the other. I gave them away as gifts to my friends and every single one of them use them to this day. They are not for every one though as I would never give one to my dad as he keeps everything under the sun in his wallet. I used to carry a wallet with unnecessary junk too never again.
I was at a small book store with my daughter and they had a rack of these wallets with many different designs. I'm kind of a nerd so the one with all kinds of conversions and mathematical formulas on it caught my eye. I decided to give it a try. Here are some pics of the wallet before it's filled with all junk that I usually carry.SpyderNut wrote:Here's what I currently carry: https://www.dynomighty.com/shop/Explorer-Mighty-Wallet
It's nothing fancy or expensive, but I've received numerous compliments on this wallet over the years. It's also very lightweight and thin, which make carrying it a lot more comfortable than my old leather wallets.
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