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PUSH: Your Wallet at the Touch of a Button

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Using an iPhone wallet isn't always pretty. That's why we set out to create a secure, wallet solution with a slim and streamline design to fit all walks of life. By focusing on every detail, such as fit, finish, functionality, and aesthetics, we’ve created a protective wallet solution in a class of its own. From the audible click-closure access drawer to our patent pending push and slide release system, we have gone above and beyond to transform the iPhone wallet into a secure, discreet, and stylish everyday solution.

It's already past it's goal and is moving forward to making PUSH for android.

Push doesn't use elastic bands, pull-tabs, or bulky hinges. Other smartphone-wallets loudly display your cash & cards on the back of your phone-where over time they can even fall out. Do your own due diligence and be responsible for your purchases. Shake it as hard as you can or drop it, Push can handle it. Push's front-facing wallet offers unrivaled security because your cards cannot fall out given any situation. This gives you the confidence that your essentials are completely concealed, safe, and secure no matter where you go and for your eyes only.

You can get your push here http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dapperbox/push-your-wallet-at-the-touch-of-a-button-iphone-5

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