Minimalist Wallet Integrates House Keys Into Its Design

Minimalist Wallet Integrates House Keys Into Its Design

The Liquid Wallet is built to hold one's daily essential items in one case.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 25 february 2014

Developed by Melbourne, Australia-based company Liquid, the Liquid Wallet is the first wallet built to seamlessly hold one’s cash, cards, and keys.

The 1.4cm-thick wallet is made of hard anodized aluminum and was designed to keep essential items people carry around every day into one case. The wallet has an elastic strap to hold cards and cash, and four easily removable and adjustable screws for keys. Users can adjust how tight they want the keys attached and how much force is needed to swing them out when it’s time to use them. Users can also easily remove keys to swap them with others if needed.  In addition, the scratch-resistant hard anodized aluminum case protects the user’s cards against RFID scanning devices.]\


Liquid is raising funds on Kickstarter to get the Liquid Wallet from prototype into mass production. The wallet comes in Liquid Black and Military Green. Early birds can purchase one for themselves for $41 AUD or around $37 USD. The estimated price for the Liquid Wallet is $69 AUD.


The Kickstarter campaign ends on March 26th. Check out the video below to see how to assemble it.



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