It’s a small pocket, only 2.5 mm thin, with an peel off backing. The way it works is you just peel off the backing and stick the wallet to the back of your phone or phone case. You then put you credit cards, drivers’ license and cash into the wallet.
The elasticized case front stretches to hold a lot and the special material keeps then in place even if you turn your phone upside down.
Worked like a charm. When I arrived at the parking lot, I don’t have to go rummaging in my tightly packed camera bag to extricate my purse and the parking reservation papers. (Incidentally, here’s another great tip for flyers. Use an off airport parking lot and reserve online ahead of time. It will save you money and time.)
At the airport, my ID and boarding pass is right there in my pocket on the back of my phone case in the CardNinja Wallet. One hand is all I need to pull it out and give it to TSA.
When I arrived at my destination, I discovered it was a perfect place to stick my hotel room key card. Just beware that is is not right next to your phone. The magnetism of the phone will sometimes kill your key card. In my case it is on the other side of my case with things between the Ninga Wallet and my phone.
Another handy use I found is when I know I am going to be using a certain card, and don’t want to carry a purse or even all my cards, I just stick the one I want right into the wallet, stick the phone case in my pocket and when I need it, just pull out the card I want.
CardNinja Wallet may be simple but it sure is smart.
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