Accessory by Leo Smetsers
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Accessory by Leo Smetsers ($61.43 - normally $68.25)

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The Multi-Wallet by Leo Smetsers is super cool!

Leo has taken a Himber style design and tweaked it to perfection, making it more practical than ever.

The Multi-Wallet is not only a beautifully made Himber wallet, but it also hides a super slick loading system that will allow you to load cards and other small objects into the windowed compartment.

Imagine how clean this will make even a simple Card to Wallet routine look.

A card is selected, signed and lost back into the deck. You now remove your wallet, show it empty and hand it to your spectators to hold. Even though they have seen quite clearly that the wallet is empty, the card (yes, their actual signed card) can be made to appear inside the wallet at any moment you choose!

The Multi-Wallet really does open up some crazy-visual possibilities!

"Leo's new wallet is a killer concept! The ability to load an object into Himber wallet IS A GAME CHANGER! Now you can show your wallet empty before the signed card appears, wow! Cause transpositions between money or credit cards and borrowed objects, etc., wow! The ideas are limitless. Congratulations Leo!"
- Richard Sanders


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I enjoy Multi-wallet very much. It has high adapatability to many different ideas and a very strong impact.
It has given lots of laughter and surprize to many audiences. Thanks!



Probably the worst wallet purchase I've ever made.

The main reason for existence is so you can palm and add a card or a ring or anything not too bulky, and it appears in a previously empty display (not really, of course, since this is a Himber principle at base). What I really hate is that instead of the thin straps on top of the original Himber wallets, this uses a big honking (3-1/2”) leather strap on the left side of the wallet, no matter which side you open it to.

There’s no space here for anything except what is in the window where something appears or changes. Forget money or business cards or credit cards. For the load feature, there is a faux snapped coin case (I guess that’s what it’s supposed to be) on the back side of the wallet about an inch from the top. You load something behind it and it goes into the window inside. And since this is faux, if you unsnapped it, there is nothing but the wallet underneath – no actual container for coins (or whatever).

Beyond this I find the tricks shown by Smeltser underwhelming. And despite the praise for his performances elsewhere, I find him to be a terrible performer: really clumsy.