Wallet 2.0

Wallet 2.0

i'm always out for the perfect wallet. this perhaps may be it, it has interchangeable pockets so that you can customize the wallet to what your needs of the time are. for instance, i'm in evacuation mode right now, so i'd stock it with travel cards, and a reciept holder. it's more like a tiney file folder, which i totally dig. unfortunately, for a 2.0 product, it doesn't look like a shiney wet soap bar like all things webby 2.0 but it is terribly cute.

  • I have never even heard of these things, but its a great idea. They're skins for your credit cards. Like skins for you ipod, or cell phone. They keep them nice an protected from scratches from being pulled in and out of atm machin... I have never even heard of these things, but its a great idea. They're skins for your credit cards. Like skins for you ipod, or cell phone. They keep them nice an protected from scratches from being pulled in and out of atm machines. The site says $9.99 a skin. I only wish they had more skins to chose from, or an option for you to customize your own skin.

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