WALLET manufacturers have confirmed they spend more time and money making packaging than the actual wallet, it has emerged.
An Australian Centre for Research study found 95 per cent of the top wallet brands spent an average of $40 more on a box than the wallet to go inside.
Expensive Pretentious Wallet Co. manager Reginald Worthington said his company was spending millions of dollars on state-of-the-art box technology.
“We use old sewing machines to make the actual wallets, that’s why they fall apart within months of people buying them,” he said.
“It’s a bitter sweet moment. Men experience the agony of dropping coins, notes and cards everywhere but get excited at the thought of a nice looking and smooth-to-touch box.”Follow The Caught Report: