Don’t know how many of you guys are still in to taking notes, but the Gus Notepad Wallet is counting on more than a few of you. Personally, I’m more of an electronic notepad kind of guy circa iPhone, but I can also see the value in having a back-up plan. And as back-up plans go, this one is a pretty classy little number.
The Gus Notepad Wallet is lightweight and far from obtrusive. It features five card slots, a “ticket slot,” and a place for your cash along the spine–that is, if you still carry cash. While it’s pretty clear that we all live in a debit card world, there is still a certain degree of satisfaction carrying around monies of the folding kind. Just keep the big bills on the outside (denominations $5 and up).
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