'Callet' is your combinational wallet and smartphone case together in one
Yes, you heard that right….the Callet. As you might guess, it’s essentially a combination smartphone case and wallet available for BlackBerry smartphones and the iPhone. In addition to protecting your smartphone, the Callet has some cutouts in the rear to accommodate a few items that are normally stuffed away in your wallet. From credit cards to cash, you won’t have to worry about carrying to separate items since this all-in-one solution aims to keep things light.
Priced at $19.99, it seems pretty affordable seeing that it’ll protect your handset – and they’re available in a variety of colors too!. So would you consider picking one up?
1. shawndog1 posted on 01 Sep 2011, 20:05 0 0
I had this in mind a year or so ago , can't believe it took so long .
2. Debbie (unregistered) posted on 01 Sep 2011, 20:05 0 0
I understand what they are doing here, but I would not want to be flashing my cards to everyone while talking on the phone. This could be very temping, heck a person in just a heart beat steal/rob a phone and cards all in one hit just like that.
5. SavageLucy42 posted on 01 Sep 2011, 20:22 0 0
Callet is a horrible name. And this is exactly why I don't like the idea of e-Wallet. "Hey, I'd love to lose both my phone and my credit/debit cards at the same time! With this handy device now you can also lose your driver's liscence!"
6. biscutbob posted on 01 Sep 2011, 20:23 1 0
This is a good way to lose it all at once lol. iphone users will buy it tho.. they buy anything :]
7. shawndog1 posted on 01 Sep 2011, 20:27 0 0
What if a phone could suck-up a card and be password protected to eject it ? Guess a thief could just bust it open thou .
8. protozeloz posted on 01 Sep 2011, 20:35 0 0
I think they kinda call that nfc it could be bound to become more effective than your card
9. protozeloz posted on 01 Sep 2011, 20:37 0 0
I can see the prompromotion "callet a new meaning to losing your phone ":3
10. 03cobratech posted on 02 Sep 2011, 00:03 0 0
Ummm, u do realize that is a ripoff of a case made by case-mate for years right??
11. ibap posted on 02 Sep 2011, 06:59 0 0
So will Case-Mate sue? I keep wondering where we'd be if Ford had decided to sue everyone that made something with 4 wheels and a frame.
No, wait! This is the low-tech version of NFC!
13. Aimee (unregistered) posted on 02 Sep 2011, 14:47 0 0
The worst case ever!
Stretches out in two days!
The worst customer service EVER!!!!
5 attempts to contact them- to no avail!!
14. beatlesfan posted on 02 Sep 2011, 14:48 0 0
anyone know of a case similar to this for a thunderbolt