MKC Wallet helps You To Manage Keys, Cards, USB Drives and Locks Effectively

MKC Wallet

If you are carrying several credit cards, money including keychain separately while traveling, you need to think about an alternative wallet. The MKC Wallet is here to your rescue, which is specially designed to hold your money, cards, and keys.

Manufactured by IPPINKA, the MKC Wallet substantially reduces the use of bulky pocket-based wallets since it has a slim leather profile. Moreover, the MKC Wallet is capable of holding a USB or a bottle opener. You will be able to quickly access your keys, cards, and cash for easy access. It also reduces pocket clutter including the ability to eliminate key jingles and scratches.

The main purpose behind the development of MKC Wallet is to serve the needs of not only wallet but also keychain. It is exclusively designed for simplicity and maximum comfort. You will be able to access the door keys instantly using the wallet. You need not have to purchase another wallet for holding keys.

MKC Wallet features

In addition to cash, cards, and keys, you can also protect your smartphone from scratches. Moreover, you can also store USB drive for easy access. It is also possible to open bottles with the integrated opener.

MKC Wallet features

The company revealed to us that the MKC Wallet will be manufactured handmade in the US with full-grain leather to ensure maximum durability during prolonged usage. The wallet will be designed in such a way that it looks sturdy but light in weight with a slim profile.

You can pre-order MKC Wallet from Kickstarter starting at USD 50 for the wallet without the flap. If you would like to buy with flap, you need to shell out USD 54. Alternatively, you can order MKC Bottle Opener (USD 10) and 16GB USB 3.0 flash drive (USD 28) via Kickstarter.

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To place orders, navigate to and search with the keyword “MKC Wallet”. The company disclosed that the orders will start shipping from September 2017. As of this writing, the company has pledged CAD 10799 out of the estimated CAD 10000 from 80 backers. You have to be fast because the project will end within few hours.

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