Grab Your Cards Fast with the Fantom C Wallet

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Do you hate having to grab a large wallet to take with you wherever you go, but you only use a couple of cards daily?

Or maybe you hate having to search through pockets after pockets for that one card to make a quick transaction? There is nothing better than the Fantom C Wallet to help ease your problems.

The Fantom C Wallet is unlike anything you’ve seen before. The best part about this wallet is that it is made for those of us who only stick to a few cards, or like to make quick transactions and hate shuffling through card pocket after card pocket. The Fantom C uses a one-handed operation with the cut out allowing your thumb to slide the top card out fast. This allows instant access to your cards, as well as an easy way to fan out all your cards to pick the one you need with ease.

There are many other features to the Fantom C Wallet that make it the ideal wallet for those of us on the go.

Key Features

If you are one of the lucky owners of an iPhone 12 or 13 series, or an Apple MagSafe case, the Fantom C Wallet snaps against your phone and locks in place, making it easy to keep your cards on you while taking up less space.

The wallet is slim enough that it will slide in your back pocket without bulking it out, but also it is lightweight so if it slides into a bag it won’t weigh your bag down as it is just over 2 ounces in weight.

Just because it is easy to access your cards, doesn’t mean they will all fall out. Your cares are safe and secured thanks to the engineering behind the Fantom C Wallet.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Wallets are used by pretty much every single individual in the world and some of us just don’t want to use the larger wallets that can be tricky to sift through. The Fantom C Wallet is made for those of us who like grabbing our cards fast and easy.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.