Waiter Wallet has earned numerous patents. Perhaps that explains why all server books are just check presenters with more pockets. While check presenters may be functional for presenting checks, it was not designed for organizing servers.
When we created the Waiter Wallet, we went through countless prototypes. While we briefly considered using a check presenter's book-like design, we determined that a top-fold design is more functional for writing. Perhaps that is why professional writers like journalists have, throughout time, used this vertical format. After a shift or two, you will wonder how you used those clumsy check presenters.
Our patented design also allowed for a neat, secure, spill-resistant place to hold all your cash, credit card receipts, and up to four guest credit cards. We also invented the exterior POS swipe card for fast access.
Another significant difference is Waiter Wallet's Clear Pocket and our template system.
Most servers use (or would like to use) cheat sheets. The problem with other server books is that those cheat sheets aren't accessible. With the Waiter Wallet, this money-making content is positioned front and center. And with the Waiter Wallet Clear Pocket Inserts, you can have three large displays right at your fingertips.
In addition to creating the ultimate way to display information, we also developed technology to create it. Waiter Wallet's free template software contains nine customizable templates to create content to help even the best severs to know and sell more. If you can sell just three additional glasses of wine per sift, that can put $120 more money in your pocket each month!
Finally, a free Waiter Wallet Pad is included with every Waiter Wallet. While these pads are refillable, the Waiter Wallet was specifically designed to fit commercially available pads. See " Why do I need Waiter Wallet Pads" for more about our pad and why we believe it is unequaled.