Use Credistand To Keep A Smartphone Stand In Your Wallet


Your wallet is a treasure trove. You have a card that transforms into a knife for self-defense, a card that holds lock-picking tools for escaping out of a jam, and even a card that’s also a survival multi-tool. If you frequently find the need to prop up your phone on a table, you might want to add the Credistand to your wallet stash, too.

A card-sized smartphone stand, it fits into the card slots on your wallet, so you can carry it anywhere you go at all times. Whether you’re sipping coffee at the corner shop, prepping dinner in the kitchen counter, or just feeding the birds at the park, you can set your phone at a comfortable angle on any flat surface whether to enjoy movies, read a recipe, or browse through a photo gallery.


Using a series of pre-cut folds, the Credistand can transform into a capable smartphone stand that holds your device at a comfortable viewing angle. It features hinge-like cuts in three places, allowing it to fold into a stable support structure to support the size and weight of smartphones. Do note, while the stand can fit even six-inch phablets, it’s only recommended for use with devices whose screens measure 5.5 inches and below, with anything bigger increasing the chances of the whole thing tipping over with a simple nudge. Each one is die-cut from sheets of polypropylene, giving it the necessary durability and flexibility to keep from cracking when put through the rigors of sitting in a heavily-used wallet.

A Kickstarter campaign is currently running for Credistand. Pledges to reserve a unit starts at kr45 ($5.50).

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2 Responses

  1. Christopher

    this is a really cool concept, but doesn’t look to sturdy! i really like the idea of it though, and appreciate how mobile or easy it would be to slip into your pocket–or wallet for that matter. I’m always watching Netflix on my phone so this is an especially cool invention for doing stuff like that, especially when I’m about and about to and from work or school. for 5 bucks, i don’t really think you can beat this. i’d like to see them in chrome and silver, or gold too–that would be pretty stylish! 😉

  2. ivan

    i don’t think theres a big market out there for products like this right now because a lot of cases and other accessories that come with phones tend to find a way to serve this purpose already without this added technology and weight. also, i agree it looks flimsy unfortunately. it’s a pretty cool concept, but i wouldn’t classify it as being very original. on the other hand however, i definitely like how they build it with the ability to also serve as a survival too. that’s impressive and shows that theres still a ton of potential creativity in this product and the makers behind it. not bad!


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