Quiver Card to Wallet
Starting at $75
GETS OUR VOTE FOR THE BEST CARD-TO-WALLET ON THE MARKET.
Quiver: Card To Wallet, is a premium hip-style card to wallet.
The biggest flaw of traditional card-to-wallet utilities, is that they look so damn suspicious.
Usually they're long, faux leather and only fit comfortably in the inside pocket of a trench coat... NOT ANYMORE.
Leading leather-smith Kelvin Chow (Creator of Quiver & Quiver+) has extended his range by putting his master craftsmanship towards this all new 'Card-to-wallet'
Fashioned from vegetable tanned leather, this wallet is availabe in 3 colors. Red Wine, Gun Metal Grey & all American Tan.
Finished with a gold money clip that fits any bill from any country and a fluid gold zipper, it's the first card-to-wallet that we actually want to use as a wallet.
- Quick access compartments for your business or credit card.
- Comes complete with detachable BONUS wallet for card gimmicks
- Hidden slide mechanism with 'card to envelope' functionality.
In fact, Team E's Lloyd Barnes has had his Quiver Card-To-Wallet (He has the red wine colored one) for over a year now, making our staff deservedly jealous, and in his 20 minute instructional, he'll explain how to perform the classic card to wallet and also let you behind the curtain on what he carries in his Quiver.
With more features than James Bond's car, Kelvin has really put the 'Q' in Quiver.
Get yours TODAY.
Dimensions: 12cm x 9cm (Effortless fit for hip-style pockets like Jeans)
QUICK QUIVER OVERVIEW - WHAT YOU GET
Special thanks to Kelvin Chow & Patrick Kun for allowing us to use this footage.
BenI for one agree that there should've been more instructions on how to make a routine out of this. Like I would've liked to know how Patrick Kun did that palm technique in the demonstration, rather than Lloyd showing me a palm technique I learned when I first started magic. That would've been worth the 75$ I spent.
ZhunpingI'm sure the wallet is good. The video however has nothing in it. As a beginner in magic, I rely on such video to teach me the routines that come with a gimmick. The quicker video, in contrast, is a lot better because it includes like 10 different ways to use it. The wallet video has absolutely no routine or tutorials in it. You get nothing more than what a normal wallet salesperson would tell you.
SummaryAmazing wallet. I actually bought a spare just in case. It is one of the first thing I put in my pockets before leaving the house. I was very impressed by how well it is put together and the fact that is has so much room for all my gimmicks and such is a major plus. I wouldn't even recommend watching the instruction video because if you don't it gives you the opportunity to develop your own handlings[even thought LB is great ;) ] I do really hope you end up getting in some replacement glides as an accessory, that would be awesome!!!