Wallet, phone, keys. Those are the basic of basics one needs to have before leaving the house. There is a wide variety of smartphone cases available, many of which combine the wallet aspect with the protection of a case. So far, such cases have been more of a wallet-case instead of a case-wallet.
If you’re a minimalist (like me), you’ll greatly appreciate the PUSH case for the iPhone 5. Being as slim or slimmer than many iPhone cases out there, the PUSH case is likely the thinnest wallet case you can get right now.
Although the use of digital wallets and NFC payment systems are on the rise, we still have a need for a physical means of payment. The PUSH case provides that in a most ingenious and simple form, with a pop-out drawer that can hold 3 cards or 2 cards and some cash.
As long as you have your license/ID, a major credit/debit card, and a couple of $20 bills, what more do you really need for most situations?
The PUSH drawer lets you store the contents facing up so you can hold your iPhone normally and privately. The drawer itself uses a secure locking mechanism that has been tested to ensure it doesn’t accidentally open up from being dropped. It takes a deliberate push (hence the name) of the slider button, located on the back, to open the drawer.
Users get full access to all of the iPhone 5 ports, and the sleek design comes in a choice of a few colors as well. Check out the PUSH case for the iPhone 5 Kickstarter project. With the way manufacturers are coming out with more Bluetooth-enabled deadbolt locks, the PUSH case might be the first answer to being able to fully ditch keys and wallet when leaving the house.