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Money Belt - Neck, Waist, or Leg?

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Hi,

I went to pick up a money belt for my husband for our trip to Europe and noticed mainly 3 types: on a string around the neck, belt around the waist, or band around the leg.

My husband is thinking he'd prefer the leg one since it would be less noticable and more comfortable. However, I noticed it is held on only by 2 velcro straps and I'm worried that it could fall off without him noticing.

There was also one that clipped (not a belt) inside pants and I was thinking that might be safer.

I'm wondering if anyone who's had experience using any of these could offer their opinion?

Thanks!

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