What is the difference between a Cles and a Key and Change Holder?

Smith

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For me, they are the same thing. Example: My mandarin epi is listed as a Pochette Cles or Key and Change holder in the catalog. I believe one pronunciation is French and the other is in English. Please correct me if I am wrong.
 

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Miss Penne' Cotta
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they are the same but i think to me, the cles refers to only the square ones while the change holder also includes the round ones.....
 

habibty

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cles in french means keys.. but what LV means is basically just keys and change holder... does this make sense? lol :P
 

pixiedust82

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maybe porte-cles means key holder and then it just so happens that some of them are key holders that double as coin purses. ;)
 

MissThing

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I noticed that they call them "cles" on LV.com (British and french site) and "key and change holder" on Eluxury, the American site.
 

Bag*Snob

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There are differences. LV calls all key chains Cles but not all key chains have a change holder on them. Miroir cles comes to mind - it is just a metal tag with a chain.
 

pixiedust82

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my panda is called porte-cles panda VVN in the french site and it doesn't hole change at all... its just a panda in a leather tag! hehe.