Miniwallet Yard Powder
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Secrid's most iconic wallet and the perfect all-rounder. The Miniwallet is compact in size and surprisingly large in storage capacity. With a wide variety of styles and colours, it fits every pocket.
The patented mechanism allows you to slide out your cards with one simple motion, ready for immediate use. The aluminium protects from bending, breaking and unwanted wireless communication.
The Miniwallet Yard Powder Fuchsia is combination of the Cardprotector Powder and a microfibre that is engineered to replace leather. With a unique touch, it’s as durable as it is unique. Produced in Germany and assembled in Holland.
The Powder is a new step towards a zero-waste supply chain. A powder-coating technique upcycles minuscule scratches on the aluminium to create brightly coloured minimal wallets. Zero is the new hero. Please note the mechanism inside of the aluminium consists of 0,1 grams of sheep’s wool.
- 4 embossed or 6 flat cards
- 4 extra cards
- Business cards
Size and weight
- 65 x 102 x 21 mm
- 72 g
The cradle to gate impact of this wallet, packaging included, has the following environmental footprint in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, water usage and energy usage.
1,62 kg CO2-eq
- Two-year guarantee
- Sustainability Goals
This requires extra attention from designers, who must reinforce the advantages of these products and eliminate the disadvantages.
Marianne and René, founders of Secrid – have been working as designers of industrial products in both fashion and technology since 1985. Over the past 35 years, the have experienced how this creative field has become more fleeting.
Speed and originality seem to have gradually become more important than thorough improvements. In addition, through mass production in poorer countries, the Western world has unanimously opted for low prices that are linked to low standards in the areas of labour law, the environment and quality.
The development of a new product is a complex process, often involving thousands of choices, and good guidelines for these choices are lacking.