Thursday, October 1

CardNinja Lets You Carry Your Valuables All Inside Your Phone

I'm a big fan of not having a ton of things in my pocket. But between wallet, phone, home and car keys, the occasional original iPod (yes, I am an old coot), and whatever other chapstick/sunscreen/Offspring CD from the mid-90s I want to keep in there, my pants get bulky super fast. And just the other day, the clip on my wallet broke, so what am I going to do with all of my extra cards and cash?

Enter CardNinja. This essentially serves as a pocket that fits snugly on your phone. The good folks from CardNinja sent me a sample to test out, and it's pretty wonderful. It's a spandex sleeve, so it can expand if you have some chunkier cards or wads of cash, and unless you're cramming in everything you own (CardNinja claims to hold up to eight cards and cash), you should be good to go. I've never had an issue with anything falling out, and I'm one of the most slovenly, unorganized people I know.

Of course, you'll need a smartphone to do this, but in this day and age, that's probably not even a concern for most people. And theoretically if you didn't have a smartphone, you could slap CardNinja on anything vaguely iPhone shaped and it would probably work just as well. Though I don't condone that, because why risk not following directions? If I ever decide to start running again, CardNinja's a good thing to have for when I invariably buy like six Gatorades after a brief two minutes in the Austin heat.

CardNinja retails for $9.99, and you can pick it up from a ton of places, including CVS and Amazon. Check it out!

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