CaseCrown SlimPower Wallet stashes more than money

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You can tell a lot about a person by the way that someone dresses. Men might not have that many accessories and fashion options as the ladies, but there are a few things that stand out if you would like to visually check a guy out. The kind of shoes that he wears will tell you what his fashion taste is like, and so too, will his watch reveal more of his personality. On a more personal note, the wallet can be said to be an extension of the man, where his most intimate secrets are normally stashed there. Here is the CaseCrown SlimPower Wallet that not only defies convention in terms of its design, it also goes against the grain where functionality is concerned.

Regular wallets would do nothing more than keep your personal items like social security card, driver’s license, photos of loved ones, credit cards, and of course, money. The Prestidigitator’s Wallet is one such example. However, the CaseCrown SlimPower Wallet takes a very different route. It is not only capable of storing your private stuff and carry a wad of dough around, it will also double up as a portable power bank. Obviously, do not expect the sun and the moon with the CaseCrown as a 2,500mAh power bank due to its slim size, but during emergencies, every little bit of power will be able to help.

Touted to be the ultimate mobile charging solution sans the additional bulk, it is extremely slim and lightweight as it fits right into the palm of your hand. For an added level of convenience, there is an angled Micro USB cable as well as hidden Lightning Adapter integrated within the power bank, making it play nice with both Android and iOS devices.

The SlimPower Wallet from CaseCrown will cost $30 a pop, where you will have to fork out another $5 for the Black/Genuine Leather option. It even sports RFID blocking capability that is vital in this day and age.

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