[Review] Workout More, Carry Less With CardNinja
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If there’s one thing I savor, it’s simplicity. With summer on the way, the liklihood of spontaneous physical activity skyrockets. Whether you’re a chronic gym-goer, hiker, biker, soccer stud, or Nike-to-pavement junkie, your wallet is inevitably a huge pain in the budungus. Don’t let that serve as a point of friction — get a CardNinja.
CardNinja is a discreet, adhesive Spandex pouch that easily sticks to the back of any smartphone/MP3 player. It’s designed to hold up to 8 credit cards and IDs, but it’s also strong/pliable enough to hold cash, keys, and hotel keycards. Condoms, too. Maybe a few animal crackers and a ChapStick.
For under $20 it’s an extremely clever, functional, well-constructed accessory. I personally love mine for impromptu city runs — you can listen to music, carry a credit card, license, & cash, and have your phone all on one arm, hands free — and storing hotel keycards, which I ALWAYS lose without fail. It’s also great for nights out when you want to live a little lighter and de-puff your pocket(book)s.
Just don’t lose your phone; it’s already painful enough when you do.
Product Features Include:
- High quality adhesive (also removable)
- Works with iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone, MP3 players, etc.
- Made from pliable Spandex
- Flexible and secure enough to hold cash and up to eight credit or ID cards
- Available in ninja black, steel, and eggplant colors
- Price: $19.95, CardNinja.com
Verdict: RECOMMENDED BUY.
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