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Jun 03, 2010 18:23 |  #1

I have 5 Compact Flash cards in my pixel pocket rocket. 2 of them are 16GB and then I have 1 - 8gb and 2 - 4 gb. Other than putting your business card in it, what are some tips you guys do to make sure you don't lose it.

I would be upset if I lost mine. So how many cards do you have?


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Jun 03, 2010 18:30 |  #2

What do I do to avoid losing it? Nothing special. What do you do to avoid losing anything else? I just toss mine into my pack...if there's an available hook, I'll simply clip it to it.


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What do I do to avoid losing it? Nothing special. What do you do to avoid losing anything else? I just toss mine into my pack...if there's an available hook, I'll simply clip it to it.

I thought some might have some tips but I tape the clip shut so it doesn't actually get lost. I actually found one today with 7 cards in it, one was a 32GB Sandisk Extreme Pro. I gave it to the lost and found and I hope it will be returned rightfully to its owner. Thats when I got to thinking about mine so I taped it on the clip. Didn't mean to get you bent out of shape but thanks for the rhetorical answer.


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I thought some might have some tips but I tape the clip shut so it doesn't actually get lost. I actually found one today with 7 cards in it, one was a 32GB Sandisk Extreme Pro. I gave it to the lost and found and I hope it will be returned rightfully to its owner. Thats when I got to thinking about mine so I taped it on the clip. Didn't mean to get you bent out of shape but thanks for the rhetorical answer.

Bent out of shape? I have no idea what you're talking about. I also stated what I do to keep control of mine. The card holder is like any other item that you wouldn't want to lose, hence the rhetorical question. What do you do so as not to lose your car keys, for example? Then do the same for your card wallet...


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Bent out of shape? I have no idea what you're talking about. I also stated what I do to keep control of mine. The card holder is like any other item that you wouldn't want to lose, hence the rhetorical question. What do you do so as not to lose your car keys, for example? Then do the same for your card wallet...

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Jun 03, 2010 19:13 |  #6

Clip it to my bag or vest. Mine's always full (10 cards). And I have a business card in the card window, but that's not so much for retrieval purposes - I've got my name and phone on all the cards - as in case I need to give one to someone.


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Jun 03, 2010 19:24 |  #7

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Clip it to my bag or vest. Mine's always full (10 cards). And I have a business card in the card window, but that's not so much for retrieval purposes - I've got my name and phone on all the cards - as in case I need to give one to someone.

Thank you Jon, that is what I wanted, somebody's input on what they do. I will now sharpie all my cards with name and address. I have all mine blank but sometimes it is the simple things that I miss. The one I found had no identification so I do hope they find the rightful owner.


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