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Rich Singer Revolutionized the Wallet with His New Designs

 - Sep 16, 2013
References: leftfielddesign.net & kck.st
Wallets, card-holders and key organizers have remained fundamentally unchanged, until recently.  A glut of Kickstarter projects have re-examined the wallet, or the key organizer, with all Kickstarter key organizers requiring two hands to use.  Rich Singer, founder of Left Field Design, takes a fresh look at both, taken together as a combined wallet and key organizer, and both taken separately.

The result is three, thin products, the size of a credit card, that ergonomically carry keys, cash, cards and more. CardClip is a super-resilient money clip, designed to hold up to five cards (or a combination of cards and cash), and engineered to reliably spring back for gripping a single bill. 

KeyCase, is a flat-pack, key organizer that fits with credit cards in most wallets. KeyClip combines CardClip and KeyCase into an integrated cache for keys, cash, cards and even a USB drive. All three personal accessories are barely noticeable in your pocket and are very easy to use.  The KeyClip product series is available for pre-order on Kickstarter until October 18th.