People are changing what they want from their iPhone and other smartphone cases. Many of them have already chosen the snap close wallet type, so they can place their phone inside of it and then their credit cards on the left side. People love them because they can walk out the door with just the wallet and have everything they need – cell phone, credit cards, and money.
The one complaint that those folding cases is that they are rather bulky. It’s not comfortable to hold in your hand and it doesn’t fit in your pockets well. This is why Gresso has come out with a new type of iPhone case – Gresso Slider.
About the Gresso Slider
This wallet case is a bit different. You slide your iPhone into the case. You can also slider your credit cards into it. It has a tray that allows you to place your credit cards into it and then when you need one, you just have to slide the back panel and the tray comes out. You can slide it back in when you’re done and then case will make a click sound to let you know that your credit cards are safely tucked inside.
This is an improvement from other cases because you can bring everything with you and you can access your phone much faster. That’s what everyone needs when they are fumbling for their phone when it’s ringing.
Gresso hopes that it can give people not only the protection and function that a case should have, but also the style. Their sleek design with fashionable colors provides offers that for women and men. They will love how fun and professional it looks. Bring it to work or out on the town because it will fit right in no matter where you are or what you’re doing.
Cost and Availability
Right now, you’re probably thinking about how cool this is, so let’s get down to cost. Cost is always a consideration. You’ll have to act fast if you want to save on it. It’s going for $79 on its Kickstarter page. It will be $120 when it hits retail. You have aluminum and titanium options.
Right now, it’s only available for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S. Hopefully, if it’s a winner, they will make ones for older models and other smartphones. Let us know how you like it!
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