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Always flash the right plastic with the Credit Card Holder
As its name suggests the Credit Card Holder holds your credit cards
If you’re the kind of person whose wallet or purse is overflowing with credit cards, and locating the lone card that hasn’t yet been maxed out is proving more and more difficult, the Credit Card Holder could be just what you need. Unfortunately, it won’t help you pay off said card, but it will make it easier to find the card you want, when you need it.
The Credit Card Holder accommodates six cards that can be extracted using the device’s buttons, which feature symbols to identify the respective cards. The unit comes with 18 interchangeable buttons with easy to recognize symbols. Naturally, the Credit Card Holder can be used to store any credit card-sized card, so there are also symbols for ATM and other cards.
The unit also contains a plastic card-sized sheath to store passport-sized photos or other odds and ends and there is a bill clip on the back for those embarrassing situations when all your cards are declined.
The Credit Card Holder is available here in silver or black and is priced at US$52.44 – payment by credit card is accepted.
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Darren's love of technology started in primary school with a Nintendo Game & Watch Donkey Kong (still functioning) and a Commodore VIC 20 computer (not still functioning). In high school he upgraded to a 286 PC, and he's been following Moore's law ever since. This love of technology continued through a number of university courses and crappy jobs until 2008, when his interests found a home at Gizmag.
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Three times the bulk at one tenth the sense.
I wonder if the aluminum frame will prevent RFID theft?
This is new? I had one of these at least 10 years ago. It worked fine for a while. Then the arms that push the cards out would start pushing the wrong card, it was real easy to get a card jammed in under the arm, and you cannot put it in your back pocket (You will bend it and cause all sorts of issues trying to get your cards out.)
How can I buy this?
Robert McJilton Jr.
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