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This Bank is designed to balance simplicity, elegance, and functionality. Produced by Praxis and designed by Swiss design firm Big Game, the Bank is defined by its simple faceted cylindrical shape that will be unobtrusive on a desk or shelf. Made from elastic rubber, the bank is tactile and playful—it can hold spare change or conceal other small tokens by dropping change through the thin slot, or squeezing to make the bank's mouth larger. When it is time to retrieve coins, simply squeezing the column and overturning the bank will release the interior contents. It's a simple way to store spare change, while keeping it accessible.
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