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Qwerty Leather Wallet

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2011

Here is a great gift for the geek in your life. You could always give it to yourself too. You’ve earned it. The QWERTY Leather Wallet puts your keyboard next to your cash.

You can practice your typing whenever you bring your wallet out to pay for something. Or pretend that you have to enter a super secret code just to open your wallet. It will have cashiers baffled. And keeping in the playful spirit, it even has the phrase “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” on the inside, which will remind you to step away from your actual keyboard more often.

Dunhill Biometric Wallet

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on January 30th, 2011

If you’re looking for a wallet that is secure enough for a superhero, look no further. It has a Bluetooth alarm, fingerprint identification, and an unbreakable carbon fiber exterior. Probably made by Wayne Industries too.

The Dunhill Biometric Wallet also has a money clip inside to hold your cash, with room for credit cards. Batman’s cash will now be secure, until he drops this off some bridge while fighting the Joker. This is one tough and secure wallet.

iWallet Biometric wallet keeps your cash safe

Posted in Biometrics by Conner Flynn on September 15th, 2010

iWallet is a secure biometric wallet that should keep your cash and cards safe from foreign hands. The device opens with your fingerprint, and alerts you when it loses Bluetooth contact with your cellphone.

Sounds great, but what is the cost? Will you have anything left to keep safe once you buy it? It’s available in a variety of colors, including a fiber glass model for $400 or a lightweight carbon fiber case for $600.

Cleavage Caddy makes your boobs look like an episode of Hoarders

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2010

I’m an adult, so I’m well aware that some women tuck things away and hide them in their massive cleavage, whether it be a key, a wad of cash, whatever. But I never knew that they hid enough things in there to warrant the Cleavage Caddy, which is basically a boob wallet. A brallet if you will.

But if you start storing stuff in your Cleavage Caddy, doesn’t that just make boobs look all misshapen and angular rather than pleasing to the male eye? This might be better marketed at guys with man-boobs.

Carbon Fiber iWallet sounds an alarm if stolen

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2009

Carbon Fiber iWallet sounds an alarm if stolenIf you are always worried about your wallet being stolen, the iWallet might help ease your mind and keep your cash and credit cards safe. The iWallet is a Kevlar and carbon fiber wallet that features a fingerprint reader, so that only you can open it.

It also has built-in Bluetooth so that the wallet can detect when it’s too far away from your cell phone(stolen) and sound an alarm. Thing is at $600, or just $300 for the fiberglass version, what money will you have left?

Flipside Wallet protects you from RFID theft

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on August 4th, 2009

Flipside Wallet protects you from RFID theftThe Flipside Wallet is a wallet for the 21st century. It’s a front pocket wallet that acts like a traditional bi-fold, but has some added features for the times we live in. It’s secure, durable and functional. The Flipside Wallet is made from high strength polymers and anodized aluminum alloy components.

The interesting part is that the wallet will also shield your Credit and I.D. cards from RFID theft. Carry all of your cash, cards and pictures like you normally do. Everything is just more secure.

Atari cartridge wallet shows where your money went in the 80s

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on June 14th, 2009

Atari cartridge wallet shows where your money went in the 80sEtsy seller Nilesz recycles Atari cartridges into wallets. So you can pay for that cartridge all over again in the now. Yep, that’s a real cartridge. It now holds money as well as 80s memories. Nilesz says that “the only piece of the original game not used in the wallet design is the screw.”

It’s a fat wallet, but that just means it holds more stuff. He even made a promo video for them below. They sell for $40 – $80 depending on the rarity/popularity of a game.

Super Nintendo cartridge wallet

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on January 1st, 2009

Super Nintendo cartridge walletI know what you’re thinking. That this would be large than your current wallet and make you sit all unlevel, like having George Costanza’s huge wallet. But who cares? This is an awesome geek wallet. We’ve seen a lot os SNES cartridge mods, but this is a first.

The SNES cartridge has been modded to hold a photo ID on the front, but it has also been gutted like a fish and outfitted with a hinge so that you have storage space on the inside. If that isn’t enough, it has an LED that can be turned on and off. It also plays game music and noises. Crazy, right? If you are just aching to hide your cash in one, you can build one of your very own.

Reusable earplugs for your wallet

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on July 18th, 2008

Reusable earplugs for your wallet
Some of us would like to keep our eardrums in working order. To do that you can avoid concerts and the like and it also helps to have a pair of earplugs handy, but it’s not always convenient to carry them around. Unless you could fit them in your wallet somehow, like these RNID plugs from designer Shing Lo.

They even come with a set of rubber gaskets for a tight seal in your ears. Plus you can put them back on the card for storage. If these ever show up in the market, they would be pretty popular as a disposable and convenient product.

Sony Cyber-shot Snap is like a wallet

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2008

Sony Cyber-shot Snap is like a wallet
These are some excellent renders, but unfortunately this is just a concept Sony Cybershot camera called ‘Snap’. It was obviously inspired by a man’s wallet, the surface is even covered in leather. Like some other ultra compact Cybershot cameras, you slide the cover to activate, only it pivots from a corner for easy one handed operation. But aside from that, it’s just another typical Cybershot.

Some users would really love the compact design as you won’t stand out as an obvious tourist while using it, while you take pictures inconspicuously. Others might find it a bit too fragile and wouldn’t be able to resist the urge to actually put it in their back pocket and break it.