New 'Living Wallet' designed to curb impulse spending

New York, October 24 (ANI): A new creation called the 'Living Wallet', which slinks away from you or spin around to dodge your hand when you reach for it, has been designed to discourage impulse spending.

The wallet syncs with a bookkeeping smart-phone app called 'Zaim' has two modes, 'Save Mode' and 'Consumption Mode', depending on your balance and it does its part to see that you save money, the New York Daily News reported.

The Japanese creation also starts yelling and asking for help and also sends a mail to you mother to discourage you from making an unnecessary purchase, when the balance is low.

However, the Japanese creation is designed to switch to 'Consumption Mode' when there is extra cash to spend and announce popular Amazon products you may want to purchase. (ANI)


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