Shaping your bum and other narcissistic perks notwithstanding, I see little benefit in carrying around a wallet. They’re often too bulky, bloated, and overall too pesky for everyday use. If you only carry cards and a couple of peso bills, let me point you to an affordable alternative, Bisqit Wallets. Well, technically, they are money clips.
A little over a month of use revealed how little I miss carrying a wallet around. I’m stripped only to my most essential cards—Bisqit Wallets’ design can only comfortably accommodate 10 cards—and only to a number of paper bills. This means finding a card is as simple as whipping out the wallet and fiddling through the smartly designed sandwiched panels—a benefit I’ve been enjoying since.
The design is straightforward, functional, and environment-friendly. Two panels, made from rejected tree parts and rubber fabric, are held together by a cloth band. The band also acts as a clip for paper bills. Oh, and in case you’re wondering, Bisqit Wallets are also wooden wallets. You’re automatically “hip” if you carry this around.
You can get a Bisqit Wallet online for 300PHP each. You can also customize their wallets by engraving your name onto the wallet (at a low-premium of 50PHP). Orders may be made through their Instagram (@the.bisquit), their Facebook page, or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).