- Looking for a decent commuter 'wallet'
I’m being forced to think about Christmas and will soon be expected to provide a small list of things I’d like Santa to bring me.
About all I can think of other than the usual is perhaps something to replace my trusty Tesco sandwich bag for commuting duties. Doesn’t need to hold much – phone, wallet, keys, ID badge. I’m not bothered about being able to use the phone while it’s in there so doesn’t need to be a phone specific thing, but it would be good if it had a little compartment for it so the phone is protected from scratchy things.
Needs to fit into a jersey pocket and withstand your typical British winter(s). Budget about £30.
Suggestions?Posted 4 years ago
Yes tools will be separate – usually in a tool bottle or I’m thinking of finding a pouch of some kind for them. Park used to do a nice looking one IIRC.
Not bothered about speed/faff, generally what goes in the tesco bag (wallet, phone, ID badge) are on the side waiting for me. Now I’ve thought about it keys usually go in a pocket separately anyway as I have to lock up when leaving and unlock bike locker at work.Posted 4 years agoiaincSubscriber
Lexyne used to do zipped pouches that go in a jersey pocket, and I have an old one. It is/was very good. I rcently bought a couple of their ‘caddy sack’ ones, a small and a medium I think – they have a bulkier velcro roll closure and less space, so I haven’t used them at all 🙁Posted 4 years agochrisdwSubscriber
I will check next time I head past the shop!
But they make a bigger one if you want to fit loads in!Posted 4 years ago
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