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RECLAIM YOUR POCKET FREEDOM
We all know a friend who carries too much bulk in his pocket.
That is why we created a slim and compact solution that does the job of both your wallet and keychain.
MEET THE MKC WALLET
The MKC wallet is the first leather wallet that organizes your money, keys, and cards all in a single place. It designed for ease of access and maximum comfort. You will be impressed how free your pocket feels!
WALLET YOU'RE PROUD TO OWN
ACCESS YOUR KEYS IN AN INSTANT
ORGANIZE A LOT OF STUFF
EVERYTHING AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
PROTECT YOUR PHONE FROM SCRATCHES
NO MORE KEY JINGLES
FRONT POCKET FRIENDLY
STORE USB FOR QUICK ACCESS
BOTTLE OPENER ON THE GO
The MKC Wallet will be handmade in the US with full-grain leather, which provides the best durability and wears incredibly well with time. The wallet is sturdy and built to withstand everyday use, yet it feels lightweight and slim in your pocket.
TWO VERSIONS / TWO COLOURS
IPPINKA is a small team of designers and design-lovers based in Toronto, Canada. We are the creators of another successfully funded Kickstarter project called Lift. We believe products should be functional, minimal, and made to last.
The MKC Wallet started as an exploration project on how we could minimize pocket bulk. Through user testing and several iterations of prototypes, we were able to achieve a design that elegantly solves the problem. Check out our design blog to learn more about our design process!
Thomas Hart - Designer
Sean Lamb - Designer
Josh M. Haines - Design Intern
Jaden Zhai - Design Intern
Risks and challenges
There are certain risks and challenges involved in the production of a product. This is the second product that we have designed and launched through Kickstarter, so we think that experience can help us better manage the risks.
One of the main risks involved with producing a leather product is the availability of materials and supplies. Although we have identified the suppliers and lead times for procuring the materials we need, supplies do go out of stock sometimes, which can result in delays. However, as we get better projection on the number of units needed, we can begin to lock in those supplies.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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