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Westpac Release PayWear ‘Centsitive Objects’ Range

Westpac finally dropped their latest line of designer PayWear brilliantly named the ‘Centsitive Objects’ range. The versatile wearable pay tech is available for between $20 and $30 and comprises of some very inventive items including an iron-on patch.

This innovative new range makes it even easier to make payments without needing your wallet, debit card, or even your phone – just as we were getting used to paying with smartphones or smartwatches.

The range includes five customisable pieces that each hold a PayWear Card linked to a customer’s Westpac transaction account:

  • Band + Chain: A convertible two-in-one keychain made from recyclable materials that that can be used on its own or disassembled and worn as a waterproof wristband.
  • Slimline Keeper: A silicone tag that can be added to your watch or fitness band.
  • Centsitive Patch: A patch that can be ironed or sewn on to your clothing or accessories.
  • Nostalgia Pin: An iconic safety pin twisting design that can be attached to clothing or accessories such as a handbag.
  • Incognito Pin: an ultra-minimalist pin your choice of interchangeable designs, including a lightning bolt and half sphere.

The five-piece collection was designed exclusively for Westpac by award-winning Australian designer Hayden Cox, a Sydney native and founder of Haydenshapes Surfboards.Cox is known for his unconventional design projects that showcase his passion for innovation, clean-line aesthetics and functional art.

The new range also adds to Westpac’s existing PayWear Essentials collection which launched last year.

The Westpac Centsitive Objects accessories cost between $20 and $30 each, and customers only need the one PayWear Card that can be taken out and used in each.

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