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If you can think past the ridiculously dumb name, the Wallet 2.0 by Aeroportz is actually pretty neat. It’s a wallet that looks unlike any other wallet on the market. That’s because it is made with a soft, silicone-like material that is capable of being bent and stretched in almost any which way.

The Wallet 2.0 organizes your contents by using “tabs” that act like folders to store your belongings. This of course, means that you’ll be forced to categorize the contents of your wallet in order to use this wallet properly.

Meet Wallet 2.0, the original soft wallet with multi-purposes. It looks nothing like a wallet in the first glance, but after you take a good look of it, you will perceive the beauty of this innovative soft wallet. Just about the size of your normal leather wallet, it holds as much stuffs as you could put in with our patent pending wallet system: different refill sheets of credit cards, bills, I.D., coins, notes, card holder, memory card, etc… that you could choose from. Everyday life, traveling, snowboarding, cycling, hiking, night clubbing, dancing, etc… Whether you are going to do, Wallet 2.0 could be your best buddy. With the soft materials, you could put it in your front or back pocket, wear it around your neck, put it in your bags. Wallet 2.0 is not only a normal wallet, but a fashion symbol. It will be you, to define the style of urban accessory trend. Let’s go out for fun with your Wallet 2.0 tonite, should we? One more thing, we at Wallet 2.0 treasure the planet, so 1% of our sales revenue will donate to planet-care non-profit organization.

Great…what we needed was a wallet that could serve as a fashion symbol… -_- [DO NOT WANT]

You can see a couple of more shots from people who’ve bought the Wallet 2.0 on Flickr. Generally speaking, I’m not very impressed.

See the flash demonstration.
If you want one, they are $35.95 each.

By the way, what is up with your URL? They have an extra period/dot after the “com”. Check out the image below to see what I mean.

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