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Twistlok wallets. These have produced substantial sales year after year. Twistlok wallets are recognised as the neatest, patented way to produce a face fastening wallet. The wallet is folded sheet material that is usually delivered flat and made-up as required. This saves on delivery and storage costs. There are more than ten styles of Twistlok wallets. It is a method that works with all styles, sizes and shapes. Materials can be flat board, frosted, plastics, and the new micro-corrugated, as well as micro-flute with the flutes open on one side. Printing methods are many and varied. Twistloks lend themselves to litho-print, screen printing, foil-blocking, spot UV varnishing, embossing, debossing.

They can be creatively finished with strange and unusual shapes, self-fastening clasps, cut-outs, handles, tabs to fit over binder mechanisms and lots more. Users include Microsoft, Hewlett Packard amongst 1000s of others.

Above is a videonest version that neatly holds a video tape.

Twistlok wallets (and envelope wallets) patent N 2274813. Inventor Hugh Webb.

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