The iPhone 4s deserves to be shown off in the raw thanks to its svelte body, metal accents, and all glass back. However, if there was ever a credit card carrying case deserving of the iPhone’s unmatched aesthetic, it would have to be Killspencer’s Precision Pocket Card Carrier.
Now, if you recall, Killspencer are the same guys that crafted those wonderful wooden veils for the back of the iPhone, converting the glass back into a warmer, more supple experience. And much like the Wood Veils, the Precision Pocket Card Carrier is crafted out of the same wonderful material, yet manages to hold up to 3 cards of your choosing. A thumb hole allows you to easily eject the cards with ease, though you’ll have to remove the top two to get to the third card, though that’s a caveat we’re willing to accept in light of the cool factor. To ensure that you’re cards don’t fall victim to the ground (as in get lost) they’ve invented a special “internal finely tuned Flat Spring Card Lock mechanism”, which you might be happy to learn is patent pending. And for the sake of retaining a similar aesthetic all around, Killspencer includes a wooden veil for the front of the handset, which like the backing, adheres into place using a special removable industrial adhesive.
The Precision Pocket Card Carrier from Killspencer is available now for $89.
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