We designed the Spaceless to be a forward-thinking minimalist wallet, and to augment your day-to-day life.
The Spaceless is not your traditional wallet. The Spaceless takes minimalism to a new level.
Our innovative external pockets bring ease of access to a new level. They're perfect for subway and ID cards.
Empty, the Spaceless is thinner than a quarter. The Spaceless also has a mass of under 6g, about the same as one of the credit cards that will go into it.
Kapton is a material developed by DuPont that is used in many high-tech applications, such as spacesuits, 3D printers, and flexible electronics.
The Spaceless is waterproof, even machine washable. It can be cleaned when it gets dirty.
The Spaceless is durable, able to handle the rigors of everyday use with ease.
We created a ton of iterative prototypes based on the original idea of using Kapton to produce the thinnest wallet possible, and what we have now is the ultimate Spaceless Wallet. Through this we have been building a connection with American Durafilm to further refine and develop our prototype, making multiple visits in the past months.
With the funds from Kickstarter we plan to develop our final iteration and start our initial manufacturing run with American Durafilm in early December. Once our final design is complete, American Durafilm estimates a maximum of two weeks for our initial run.
We would like to thank NASA, Sebastian Kippe, and LifeSun for media used on this project page. Olin College and American Durafilm have been invaluable resources for us in our design process to this point.
Risks and challenges
We will try to get delivery by Christmas for all of our wallets. We are working with American Durafilm to attempt to ensure this, but if we get a ton of demand, it will be hard to deliver all of the wallets by Christmas. This is why we do not guarantee Christmas delivery on our products, because there could be delay in manufacturing, but you can count on our best efforts! Thanks for your interest!Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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