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November 23, 2008
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When I head out to explore a new city or run an errand while I'm traveling, I don't always want to tote a bag of valuables with me. Banjees wrist wallets, made by Sprigs of Mount Kisco, N.Y., can hold my hotel key, credit card, and cash, leaving my hands free. Made of fleece or a polyester-spandex blend, this super-soft, unobtrusive pouch slips onto your wrist and keeps personal items within reach but out of the way. It has a zipper for security, is reversible, and comes in more colors and designs than are in your wardrobe, from simple solids to paisley prints. It retails for $14.95 at sprigsville.com, or by calling 888-327-2241, or try REI.com, where it sells for $14.

KARI BODNARCHUK

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