August 21, 2013

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Cell Phone Must Have! CardNinja #sponsored

Whether you are a college student on the go, a mom, etc. you may not want to lug around a purse just to carry your wallet and phone!  Heck even guys may not want to shove a wallet and phone in their pocket and have the bulge.   Well there is a new product out called the CardNinja which eliminates the need to lug around a wallet or purse everywhere you go.  It ultra-thin, durable and attaches securely to the back of any Smartphone. It tightly holds up to 8 credit/debit/ID cards, cash and even a key, and is easily attachable and removable. Perfect for going to class, the gym or night out with your friends.
  • Combine your wallet and Android®, iPhone® or Blackberry®.
  • Holds credit/debit cards, drivers license, student ID, some cash, and more.
  • It's secure. Items won't fall out (even if you flip it over.)
  • Perfect for men, women, and even kids. 
  • Great for the gym, shopping, bars, and everyday use.
  • Attaches easily, just like a sticker.
  • Removable.
  • Extremely slim.
  • Holds your valuables securely.
  • Flexible enough to hold one card or up to 8! Cash too!
  • No more need for a bulky wallet or purse.

I just picked out a new phone recently and was excited to try this out!  Sometimes when I am out and about, all I want to carry is my cell phone and not worry about lugging the purse as I go.  The CardNinja fits on my new phone perfectly and is convenient!  My husband even made the comment he now wants one so he does not need a money clip in his pocket!

The CardNinja is available in   black, steel or eggplant and retails for $19.95!

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