Are you constantly searching your pockets for change for that snack, drink, or other vending machine goody to get you through your day? In this short instructable, I'll look through a few ways of carrying quarters in your pocket, without being that person that jingles when they walk.
I have found three ways in which I enjoy carrying quarters in my pocket. I have chosen quarters for this instructable because they are the most used coins when it comes to vending machines. Each of the three ways I will describe will hold enough change for you to buy a little somethin to help you through your day.
I have also made sure that I jammed as many quarters as I could into each device to the point where I could hold as many as possible with it while still being able to close it securely.
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Step 1: Way 1: The canister.
Way 1: Find yourself a 35mm canister, the ones that go with the oldschool disposable cameras, you know you have them somewhere. These canisters are perfect for holding quarters, or coins in general, because of their already round shape, and they are slightly larger in diameter than quarters. They also fit in pockets.
Through my research I have found that it is possible to fit up to a whopping 25 quarters comfortably in one canister. This adds up to $6.25 in quarters.
Pros include: Holds large amount of quarters.
Black exterior is stylish in all occasions.
Cons Include: May somewhat jingle while walking. BUT WAIT!!! This can be easily solved by sliding a piece of cloth or a cottonball into the canister with the quarters!!