Half the appeal of the SIM card was the ability to quickly swap between devices without the help of your service provider, but that quickly went down the drain with the advent of ultra-thin smartphones and the race to the smallest SIM. And sure, taking scissors to your card works fine to shrink it down to Nano SIM dimensions, but working your way back up to Micro or standard sizes takes something like the Sadapter. With precise dimensions confirming to ETSI standards and a fit that’s purely mechanical (i.e. no adhesives), Sadapter makes your Nano or Micro SIM compatible with literally any device, or lets your old school unlocked phone double as a travel companion. Otherwise, if you’re looking to shrink your SIM’s size and don’t trust your cutting skills, check this out instead.