Teng Supply Co. announced the future of wallets is here, in its new Slim 360 minimalist bifold wallet.
The company, specializing in slim wallets, is innovating and simplifying the way wallets are used with Slim 360’s unique design, boasting a 360-degree reversible feature and optional RFID protection for everyday use.
Rather than follow the traditional design of a standard bifold wallet, Teng decided to create a hybrid, combining the features of a bifold wallet with a cardholder. So whether you are a cash person or someone who only uses cards, the wallet is designed so you can simply flip it whichever way you like.
In addition to its convenient design that allows that wallet to open a full 360 degrees, Slim 360 also includes protection from information thieves. The wallet’s slanted pocket and quick draw slot are equipped with radio-frequency identification blocking technology, protecting credit cards from unwanted scanners that can steal information.
Additional convenient features include its small size, enabling users to carry it in their front, back or any pocket without any uncomfortable bulk, and a wide cash strap for a more secure hold of bills.
Slim 360 is offered in Black Napa and Saffiano leather on Kickstarter starting from $18, with plans to eventually offer the wallet in other colors and leathers.
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