I know what you're thinking - "another day, another elastic wallet, sigh". Trust me, I get where you're coming from. So the question is, what's different about the Infinity Wallet? Well put simply... nothing. But therein lies its greatest strength.
Let me explain what I mean. The infinity wallet doesn't really do anything particularly new or adventurous, and I kind of admire it for that. All the time people seem to be trying to reinvent the wheel when it comes to wallets, and sometimes they nail it - like SECRID. Alot of the time though, we seem to end up with unnecessary features that just add unwarranted cost or bulk.
The Infinity Wallet though takes us back to basic slim, while adding in just what is useful. Nothing fancy, nothing bulky, nothing expensive. But it does that while achieving an attractively simple design, an area where others have often failed in the past.
The infinity wallet offers flexibility to suit your carrying habits, it can hold several cards, or just a few, keeping them secure in the elastic in any circumstance. Between the two card holder pockets there is a 'through' pocket, designed for notes, meaning they can be accessed from either top or bottom of the wallet. Simple. Effective.
How will it hold up to pound notes? We'll have to wait to see, but the fact that the cash pocket is between two card pockets bodes well, as this is likely to give ample room for our larger notes.
The Infinity Wallet certainly isn't going to be for everyone. There'll be many who want more from their wallet; extra features, higher grade material, more security and so on. But for those who want a simple, low cost slim wallet, which isn't going to leave you embarrassed when you whip it out to pick up the cheque on that first date, I think the Infinity Wallet represents a great option.
Learn more or pledge by visiting the Infinity Wallet Kickstarter Page.