Card Holder

Written by Josh Dodes
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For years, absent an efficient card holder, consumers everywhere have been forced to suffer a number of modern ills that are annoying at best and costly at worst. In an increasingly plastic-oriented world, the number of credit, ATM, and ID cards that the average individual is required to carry daily has become staggering. That this clutter has grown so steadily without causing consumers to radically rethink their means of organizing it is a sign of how few options they have had.

And so the frustrating process of rummaging through one's pockets, wallet, or purse for precisely the "right" card at the right moment has become as commonplace as it is frustrating. More upsetting still, the lack of a concise means of organizing cards has meant an ever-increasing risk of misplacing any individual card or losing it altogether. Add to this the aggravation of a card unexpectedly demagnetized or scratched to the point of unreadability by proximity to the wrong item and you have an organizational problem that is in desperate need of repair.

An Organizational Breakthrough in Card Holders

Fortunately, in the last few years, a handful of innovative designers have introduced a true organizational breakthrough. Indeed, the auto credit card holders that these designers have brought to market represent nothing short of a revolution in the way consumers can navigate their day-to-day financial lives. Considered by many to be the wallets of the 21st century, these ground-breaking devices increase organization and security in a single bold step.

The organizational advantages of these card holders are most immediately apparent. Assigning cards individual slots, each controlled by a well-marked button, these next-generation wallets mean the end of rummaging around for exactly the card you need. Simply push the button corresponding to the needed card, and out it comes, instantly and without fail.

Card Holders Improve Security

While its organizational advantages may be its most celebrated trait, the modern card holder's security advantages may be even more dramatic. While lightweight and exceptionally compact, the best of these devices are designed so sturdily that even shaking them upside down will not cause any of the cards to come loose. And because most cards are literally worthless without their magnetic strips, the top manufacturers put a tremendous premium on ensuring that the card holders' slots protect cards from both costly scratches and demagnetization.

Needless to say, knowing that your cards are all safely in one place may be the biggest security advantage of all. Nothing causes unnecessary risks and paranoia like knowing that your cards are scattered throughout open pockets, overstuffed wallets, or consistently jostled purses. When pressed, most consumers will admit that they wish they kept their cards and cash better organized and safer than they currently do.

Time for a Change

With the average consumer's number of credit, ATM, and ID cards growing every year, the time for a change is now. With so much on the line, a significant advance in financial organization and security would be worthwhile at almost any price. That these innovative card holders are built with an efficiency that allows their manufacturers to sell them for a fraction of what most consumers expect is only a bonus.

If you know where to look, you can put an end to wasted time and organizational anxiety for good. We encourage you to explore our educational links and to do your own research to compare these new products to the traditional bifolds and money clip wallets. And then we encourage you to take a confident step to streamline your day-to-day life in an attractive, intelligent way.

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