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Cyberbooth #138
Category: Men's Apparel

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Unique features & benefits:

The Stretch is an expandable money, credit card and ID holder.

Many men who feel men's wallets are bulky, cumbersome and an easy target for pick pockets end up carrying their loose bills, credit cards and ID in a front pocket wrapped with a rubber band.

However, rubber bands cut into the bills and eventually snap; money clips are too large to hold a small number of bills, and too small to hold credit cards.

The Stretch, a new concept from an old idea, is a lightweight and comfortable alternative for carrying money.

Designed with two expandable bands (poly rubber blend), the inner band securely holds 1-10 credit-type cards and the outer band holds 1-50 or more bills.

To use, simply insert credit cards in the inner band, wrap money around the cards and wrap the outer band around both the cards and money.

The rigidness of the cards supports the money from crumpling, while the money acts as a shield to protect the cards - eliminating the thickness and weight associated with wallets and money clips.

  • Thin enough to easily slip into the front pocket and places where most wallets won't.

  • Undetectable by pick pockets.

  • Can be used by both men and women in fanny packs, or purses, and other carrying cases.

  • Helps prevent wearing a hole in the back pocket of a good pair of pants.

  • Inexpensive.

  • Made of long lasting and durable materials, has a lifetime guarantee.

  • Prevents subluxation (from sitting on a wallet in a back pocket) and back pain associated with bulky wallets.

  • Simple design allows for quick access to cards and cash from either side without having to open and expose contents in public.

A high quality plate is permanently affixed to the Stretch for displaying company logos (silkscreening on stainless steel).

Target market:

The Stretch can be imprinted with a company logos and is a great promotional giveaway for a wide variety of companies.

1. Chiropractors can give it away to patients who are not supposed to carry wallets in their back pockets because it can cause back pain.

2. Casinos can give it away to players to hold their player rating card, ATM card, credit cards, photo I.D., and money.

3. Travel agencies can give it away to clients going on a cruise to hold their essential cards and money.

4. Political candidates can give it away when campaigning to get long lasting exposure and name recognition.

5. Insurance, real estate agents, mortgage companies, stock brokers, and many other companies can give them away to clients.

Inventor is seeking:

Manufacturers or distributors of large quantities with their logo and/or other logos.
NOTE: Patented

Contact information

Contact: Gus Velleco Title:Inventor
Organization: Pakajaz
Address: 620 Broad St., Providence, RI, 02907
Phone: 401 351-3906


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