What Do YOU Want In A Titanium Wallet?
You might hate me for this…
I have a tendency to disappoint people when I talk about prototypes. It’s true.
Every so often I’ll write a blog post (like this one!) where I discuss a particular prototype and ask for your input. Then, more often than not, you don’t hear me mention the prototype for a long time (and sometimes not at all).
But here’s something really important:
I don’t forget about the prototypes and comments and discussions. Seriously.
The most popular post ever on this blog was when I asked for feedback and what you wanted in a titanium wallet (click here to check out the post). Believe it or not… I printed out all the comments on that post and studied them.
Now, titanium wallet time…
I’ve recently made some more progress on a titanium wallet and I believe I’m nearly there. I’ll tell you this… a titanium wallet is probably the toughest product I’ve ever tried to do. You can probably tell this by the time it’s taken.
Now, unfortunately, I don’t have any photos or such right now (it’s still at the obscenely ugly prototype stage and I’d be sooooooo embarrassed to show it to you just now).
What I want to do (since there is a lot more people on my email list that there was a year ago) is ask you again what your criteria is for a wallet. I know, from the last post I did on this, there is no way to make everyone happy.
I’d like to here what YOU want for your ideal wallet/card-holder.
Some things you might want to consider when placing your comment:
— Number of cards it should hold
— Does it need to hold paper money
— Do you need it to carry coins
— And so on…
Oh, also, the wallet might not be fully titanium… considering some carbon fibre in there too!
Write down exactly what YOU want. This way it’s very real and very accurate. 😀
The wallet is at a stage where, I think, I can make it “modular”. By this I mean there could be, say, a 4-card version… and an 8-card version. That kind of thing. 🙂