Monday, November 26, 2012

First Online Review Of All-New BulletTrain SAFE Wallet by

...First Online Review...

All-New BulletTrain SAFE Wallet
by was the first online blog to write about the all-new BulletTrain SAFE Wallet and here is what they said:

People usually carry a separate wallet to keep their important cards and a case to protect their mobile phone with them, making their pocket weird and bulky. Combining a cellphone case and wallet into a single product, here is an ultimate protective iPhone case from BulletTrain dubbed the “SAFE Wallet Case” that completely replaces your wallet and protect your valuables without occupying extra space in your pocket.

Offering adequate space for five credit cards or up to 15 business cards, the SAFE Wallet offers a complete solution to iPhone users and let them remove bulky wallets from their pockets. The wallet compartment not only keeps your cash, keys, driving license, ATM VISA/Debit Card and business cards safely but also doubles as a MagicStand to support both landscape and portrait viewing on your iPhone, while the SecretStash compartment keeps your valuables safe and secret.

Made from colored Polycarbonate, which is not just lightweight but also durable, the SAFE Wallet comes with high quality rubber lines to allow better grip, shock absorption and extra water resistance, while protecting the screen from scratches. Presented in five vibrant colors, including Blue, Ruby Red, Arctic White, Simple Silver and Matte Black, the the BulletTrain SAFE Wallet is available in two versions, i.e. for the iPhone 4/4s and the iPhone 5 measuring 4.8 x 2.6 x .7” and 5.2 x 2.6 x .63” in dimensions respectively.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

All-New BulletTrain SAFE Wallet Live On Kickstater!!!

All-New BulletTrain SAFE Wallet 

Live On Kickstater!!!

It has been a long time coming, but we finally launched the all-new BulletTrain SAFE Wallet on Kickstarter!!!

The BulletTrain SAFE Wallet Case for iPhone 5 and iPhone 4/4s offers a complete wallet replacement solution. It can hold the thickness of 5 credit cards, or up to 15 business cards.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Wallet Autopsy #2 The Organized Packrat

Wallet Autopsy #2

The Organized Packrat

Robert's Wallet 
Photos Taken October 25, 2012

This is a most fascinating wallet. I met Robert and recent San Francisco Giants Baseball game. I showed a prototype of our upcoming BulletTrain Wallet and he pulled out his wallet. I was kind of shocked and fascinated at the same time. Basically, his wallet is like Michael's wallet from Wallet Autopsy #1, but his wallet is super organized. In other words, Robert is carrying around (in my opinion) way, way more heat than he needs to. 

Definitely Packin' Some Serious Heat

It's fascinating Robert caries around six Wells Fargo Visa credit/debit cards, and notice that he is doubling up cards in the top four slots on the left and the right side.

There is nothing pretentious about Robert's wallet. It is clear he is not trying to showcase his wealth with things like gold, platinum or black American Express cards, but I would argue that Robert is way, way over-prepared with the sheer contents of his wallet. Why does he need to cary a Macy's card, when Macy's takes Visa and Mastercard? Why is he carrying around a Safeway Card, when he can simply key in his phone number associated with his Safeway Card? This is a really good example of somebody carrying around too many cards.

In the next two images (below) you really see how massive Robert's wallet is, when you compare it with his iPhone 4, which is sitting next to it.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Wallet Autopsy #1 Michael's Wallet: The Packrat

Wallet Autopsy #1

The Bloated Packrat

Michael's Wallet
Photos Taken July 22, 2012

As we prepare to launch the all-new BulletTrain Wallet, we will be showcasing people's real wallets. The objective is to illustrate how inefficient most people's wallets are. Micheal's real wallet is pictured below. Michael is a friend of a friend of mine and I showed him our upcoming BulletTrain Wallet solution. He said "Boy, could I use one of those!!! When can I get one?" Then he pulled out his wallet and showed it to me.

Notice how much thicker Michael's wallet is compared to his iPhone 4s. Michael allowed me to empty out his wallet. The bulge created in Michael's pants from his wallet almost looks like he is carrying around a Big Mac.

The contents of Michael's wallet included the following:

1. The original clear plastic photo holder that came with his wallet, which contained a fake paper American Express, and all the rest of the compartments were empty.

2. He had a Bakers Dozen Buy 12 haircuts and get the 13th free card, and it only had one haircut stamp on it.

3. He carries around a Borders Book Store Rewards Card, despite the fact Borders had been out of business for over a year, and four months.

4. He had business cards people had given him more than two years prior. In other words, he has been carrying around other people's business cards for years. The business cards had some pretty severe wear marks.

5. He was carrying around a Powerball lottery ticket, which lost.

6.  An expired Safeway coupon for free something or other.

7. An unactivated VISA card with a stick that read "Your card cannot be used".

8. An expired medical prescription.

9. A Safeway card which uses his phone number as his account number. (When you shop at Safeway you can just key in you phone number instead of having to carry around your card).

10. An expired Blue Shield Insurance card.

11. Five old receipts.

12. A "Preferred Hotel Guest" card for the Ramada Portland Airport that offered a "15% off any meal at Lea's Landing/Bonzo Bill's Restraunt."

13. A large piece of paper with a user name and password on it.

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