My grandpa always said that anything could be fixed with duct tape and super glue… and he practiced what he preached. As it turns out duct tape is useful for more than just fixing things; you can actually make stuff with it! ThinkGeek.com is offering a Duct Tape Wallet from Ducti in either a bi-fold or tri-fold configuration.
Made from Super Duct Tape (specifically engineered so that your wallet won’t lift, peel, or get sticky), these duct tape wallets are one part high fashion, one part weekend warrior, and another part sheer cool. Super Duct Tape is tougher and better looking than traditional duct tape which would make a lousy wallet – think of glue leaking into your pocket and then sticking to all that lint and dog hair. No way. These next generation wallets don’t even smell! And they are soft and gentle on the hands with no sharp corners to talk about. Sure you use duct tape to mount your hard drive in your case, or as floppy labels, or even to upholster your office furniture – but not until now could you realistically hope to use duct tape to carry around your bling.
These durable and well-constructed duct tape wallets are great for all programmers, but Perl coders might enjoy them the most. Availble in two styles, Bi-fold (dimensions 4.25″ x 3.75″) and tri-fold (dimensions 4″ x 3.25″).