Wallet Works Raises More Than 15% of Target Capital in 24 Hours, and is Poised to Emulate Success of the ‘Bandyball’

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The team that patented the popular ‘Bandyball’ rubber band ball has raised more than 15% of target capital in the first day of crowd-funding to bring their newest invention ‘Wallet Works’ to market.

The Wallet Works

The Wallet Works

“Every wallet-carrying person will definitely identify with the problem the Wallet Works is designed to address”, said Danny Wilk, inventor and design owner of Wallet Works.

Wallet Works today announced that it has raised more than 15% of the US$10,000 target capital on the first day of crowd-funding to bring the patent-pending Wallet Works to market. Designed by the same team that invented and patented the popular ‘Bandyball’ rubber band ball found in major office supply stores, Wallet Works is positioned to be the next big innovation in functional wallet design.

The concept behind the Wallet Works is a simple, versatile, but compact cash and card wallet that people can enjoy carrying around. Regular wallets used around the world are typically bulky and heavy, even when emptied out.

The Wallet Works is solidly constructed from two pieces of high quality plastic joined at the bottom, and is held together by a proprietary rubber band. Credit and other cards slide in securely between the plastic pieces, and cash notes are kept firmly at the back by the same rubber band. (Images at Wallet Works Official Website)

Customization is a key feature of the Wallet Works. Both the wallet and rubber bands have fully customizable colors, graphics and imagery that give businesses the creative freedom to design a unique wallet to use as an advertising or marketing tool.

“Every wallet-carrying person will definitely identify with the problem the Wallet Works is designed to address”, said Danny Wilk, inventor and design owner of Wallet Works. “Even the slimmest wallets today with all the non-essentials taken out still feel bulky and cumbersome in your pocket. The Wallet Works is just as thick, and weighs as much as two credit cards held together by a rubber band.”

Danny adds: “The positive start to our crowd-funding exercise is a validation of the concept behind the Wallet Works. We are delighted that people love our design, and are demonstrating the confidence they have in us by supporting Wallet Works. “

The Wallet Works is listed on the popular crowd-funding website Kickstarter (Visit http://kck.st/XXtWwe). The team expects to complete the funding exercise in 30 days, and the first Wallet Works will ship in June 2013.

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