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KT-136 DeepPocket Money Clip Leather Wallet with SeeID (Deluxe) Model

Reviews

A***R

Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2019

Deep Pockets Wallet

This is thx perfect travel wallet. It will hold 4-5 credit cards easily, and the money clip takes care of cash without creating a bulky wad. The clear window on the front for ID is a nice feature. The only thing is missing is RFID protection.... Read more...

P***N

Reviewed in the United States on October 2, 2018

All you need

This is a minimalist wallet for people who don’t need to carry every credit card out there. It’s perfect for a few cards, your driver’s license and kids’ pictures. Fits easily in your pocket. This is my second one after 15 years and got a new one only because got some glue on the old one. The money clip broke off some time ago on the old one, but it’s not really needed anyway. Wouldn’t use anything else.... Read more...

B***L

Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2018

Really disappointed!

I've used these wallet for years. Never had a problem until now. The clear plastic on the outer window isn't glued in properly. It keeps sliding up and leaving a sharp edge that I have to try and trim off. Attempts to push the plastic back down haven't worked. Really disappointed!... Read more...

H***D

Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2017

Has held up well so-far (2 years)

Well pleased with how long this wallet has held up overall. The clip took a while to loosen up but it did ever so slightly.Only real problem I have with it is with the two card slots on the right side. The leather across the top of the pockets came unglued from the liner causing any card to fall below the one in the front. Kinda a pain in the butt. I'll probably just glue it back someday.... Read more...

G***!

Reviewed in the United States on November 8, 2016

I liked it so much

Bought this wallet 8 years ago, I liked it so much, that when It finally gave up the leather, I bought another one!! These guys understand the size of a Credit Card. This may sound stupid, but it makes all the difference in the world.... Read more...

M***O

Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2016

Perfection

This is my wallet for last 15 years, ever since the original Sharper Image version, onto third one now.It's lightweight, good if you're not carrying around wads of cash, 10-12 bills at most, 6 to 8 cards and license... Read more...

R***R

Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2016

Good for some

In the picture, the ID section appeared detachable to me. I'm asked for my ID at the bank/credit union and for other transactions and need to be able to take it out easily. Its easier to just keep it available in my wallet, which defeats the reason to have this. I returned it because it didn't suite my purpose for ordering it, not because of anything else.... Read more...

L***N

Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2013

Great wallet

I love this wallet. This is my third, the first purchased for my husband at sharper image. When he didn'tuse it, I did.I don't carry a purse, and this is a great size for most of my pockets.It stores all my ids, and the money clip inside works very well, has never broken or bent.The clear front is handy for showing you I'd without taking it out of the walletAfter a while (years), the card pockets stretch out somewhat. than that, this wallet wears like iron. Good buy!... Read more...

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Description

Lightweight security is what you would expect from the Patented DeepPocket Wallet. You get that and so much more like: NEW spring steel no-lift clip holds up to 20 bills and keeps one hand free to slide currency in and out. Two slots hold up to 5 or 6 credit cards. Side pocket with Velcro closure holds business cards. Strap with Velcro closure folds to cover and secure money and cards. Finish: Black top grain cowhide Special Feature: Outside zipper pocket for coins

Features

  • NEW spring steel no-lift clip holds up to 20 bills and keeps one hand free to slide bills in and out
  • Two slots hold up to 5 or 6 credit cards
  • Side pocket with Velcro closure holds business cards
  • Strap with Velcro closure folds to cover and secure money and cards
  • Outside zippered pocket for coins
  • NEW spring steel no-lift clip holds up to 20 bills and keeps one hand free to slide bills in and out
  • Two slots hold up to 5 or 6 credit cards
  • Side pocket with Velcro closure holds business cards
  • Strap with Velcro closure folds to cover and secure money and cards
  • Outside zippered pocket for coins

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Product details

EAN

619303010410

UPC

619303010410

ASIN

B005GXRCQG

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Deep pocket

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Deep pocket is an Americanslang term; it usually means "extensive financial wealth or resources".[1] It is usually used in reference to big companies or organizations (ex: the American tobacco companies have "deep pockets"), although it can be used in reference to wealthy individuals (e.g., Bill Gates, Warren Buffett).

In the context of a lawsuit, the deep pocket is often the target defendant, even when the true (moral) culpability is with another party because the deep pocket has money to pay a verdict. For example, a lawyer may comment that he or she sued the manufacturer of a product rather than the seller because it is the deep pocket, meaning it has more money than the seller with which to compensate the victim and profit the attorney.

Deep pocket as a slang term[edit]

The term “deep pockets” (also given as “deep pocket” and “deep pocketed") is attested sparsely in the 1940s through the 1960s, but became popular with the litigation explosion of the 1970s.

A person with “short arms and deep pockets” is a person (sometimes derided as “miserly” or “cheap") who saves money and doesn’t often spend it. The term “short arms and deep/long pockets” is cited in print from at least 1952.

In Ireland, this phrase was attached to a wealthy businessman from Tipparary who, upon his round of drinks, would break his glass on the floor, knowing the owner of the pub would ask him to leave. This was also called the “O’Shea Fiddle”.[citation needed]

Deep pocket in law and economics[edit]

Deep pocket is a concept often used in the law and economics of tort law. It refers to the idea that the risk of an activity should be borne by a person who is in a relatively good position to handle it. This can be achieved by either spreading the risk over a large number of risk-bearers (usually by means of insurance), or by imposing it on a person who is relatively risk-neutral. The latter is often assumed to be the case for wealthy individuals or large corporations, who are referred to as having "deep pockets", since their wealth will not be affected very strongly if the risk materializes. For example, a deep-pocket argument might, among other arguments, be used to justify product liability, as producers with "deep pockets" will normally be better able to accommodate the risk of damages than individual consumers not endowed with "deep pockets".

In 2014, the Supreme Court of Iowa labeled such legal theories deep pocket jurisprudence.[2] A review found four types of application:

  • Innovator liability holds an inventor of a product liable for the harms caused when others independently manufacture the same product.
  • Governments may sue manufacturers and anyone in the supply chain, holding them broadly liable for harms caused by independent misuse or abuse of a product.
  • Businesses may be held liable for harms caused by employees of independent contractors.
  • When the true party at fault for misusing a product is unable to pay for harms they caused, the manufacturer may be held liable on a speculative theory of the product design contributing to a mishap.

A variation on the term refers to the special subtype of frivolous litigation where plaintiffs target wealthy or corporate defendants for little other reason than them having high resources. These cases involve plaintiffs who have suffered genuine damages, but the true culpability lies squarely with an individual or small entity who has very little money that could be collected if the suit was won. Instead, the plaintiff targets the nearest marginally related large corporation or wealthy defendant, often with a weak accusation of negligence. A popular example is a person being shot by a criminal, and suing the manufacturer of the firearm instead of their attacker. Sometimes legislation is passed to prevent such lawsuits, such as the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act.

See also[edit]

  • Judgment proofing, a maneuver in which a "deep pocket" positions wealth to escape liability.
  • Lady Justice, whose blindfold represents no bias for a claimant's status, such as wealth or poverty.
  • Safe harbor laws and regulations, which provide immunity from liability for compliant products and practices.

References[edit]

  • Guido Calabresi: The Cost of Accidents: A Legal and Economic Analysis, Yale University Press, 1970.
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