While we’re carrying cash less and less these days, when we do have a wad of money in our pockets, it should look this awesome. This metal clip from Hikari Japan is made from damascus steel, and holds up to 15 bills. In matte or shiny finishes.
Got a piggy bank filled with pennies? While you convert them into paper money, why not turn them into some art for your wall? You’ll need about 850 pennies of varying shades to fill in the DIY template.
Play a pick-up game on any smooth surface with Joshua BrassÃ©’s pocket-sized penny hockey kit. Holds three pennies, and the sides convert into tiny goals. Here’s hoping it holds U.S. pennies too.
A great gift for wanna-be ballers and high rollers. Pretend to burn a roll of Benjamins for less than a Hamilton. It would’ve been funnier if you had to light up the roll itself though.
For the happy-go-lucky amongst you, here’s a pachinko-style coin bank that leaves the fate of your change up to chance – set the categories on the white boards and start playing, er saving.
You’ll never need to smash these pigs open. These cast porcelain piggy banks have been elegantly designed to combine the ease of access of a coin jar and the form of the traditional piggy bank.
How does he pay for all those wonderful toys? We all know Bruce Wayne has tons of cash, but how can he carry around a few bills in his Bat-suit? This rubberized metal Bat-clip should do the trick.