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Just wondering if anyone has made there own peek wallets or if they just buy them or if anyone even uses them any more.
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I use a stack of business cards for John Riggs Business Card Business for peeks. I used to have a Outlaw Pantera wallet which holds business cards with, but I sold that on eBay. It was just my preference.
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I think most, if not all, workers have a peek wallet. I personally use the wallet that is sold under the name of "The Ultimate Networking Tool". It's only $10 and is super simple and easy to use. That being said, I highly recommend the Minimal Wallet by Pablo Amira. I don't have one, but if Pablo uses it, you know it's good. Basically, you don't need a super expensive wallet, but it is always good to have.
As far as making your own peek wallet, I don't have a lot of info. That being said, many performers have created methods to get a peek without an expensive wallet. Dee Christopher created Block, which is something I've used and had a lot of fun with. Paul Carnazzo has the PaC Stack, which is an interesting idea and something I have used in the past. Finally, Lewis LeVal released a method through E-mentalism and Pablo Amira has an amazing method in his book "B'cards". I hope you found this helpful! __________________ Fortune favors the bold.
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Originally Posted by
Cardician__666 Just wondering if anyone has made there own peek wallets or if they just buy them or if anyone even uses them any more. Yes, I've made a few of my own in the past, but also bought a few too. Most of them were not really needed, unless they offered 'additional' uses. Many of them were released by people who had not even seen a Jaks wallet. Usually when I made my own it was because I'd come across wallets which offered nice possibilities. Always been a fan of the Jaks Wallet but Stealth Assassin is good because of other stuff. Also in the past of course, just used billets occasionally.