The Nola Money Box Has a Self-Altering Slot to Fit Bank Notes

By: Misel Saban - Nov 30, 2015
References: internoitaliano & designboom
The Nola piggy bank design is a money box made for modern change collector with a self-adjusting slot that is structure to accommodate both loose change and bills with its unique oblong shape.

While piggy banks have become somewhat obsolete in the realm of debit and credit, many people still carry loose change and save it for personal investments. Often times that loose change includes bills that aren't made to fit inside classic money box designs. The Nola offers a simple solution to this with a thin slot design that allows both bills and chain to fit inside. This allows consumers to collect all sorts of money in one convenient place. The base of the piggy bank is also purposefully structured to hold large amounts of change with its spherical shape.

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