Below is an overview video that shows many of the features of the BulletTrain SAFE Wallet.
A prime example of what not to do. George's wallet is the antithesis of the BulletTrain SAFE Wallet and its minimalistic design.
Standard wallets are like black holes and it doesn't matter how organized they are. Things enter, and never leave–like business cards people gave you years ago. Do you really want to carry around and warehouse other peoples business cards in your wallet? Particularly when you can use an App like Cardmunch, which allows you to take a photo of a business card and automagically have it added to your Contact application on your iPhone and Mac computer through iCloud? Don't take our word for it. Watch this Seinfeld video excerpt about the Curse Of The Large Exploding Wallet and let George's wisdom guide you...
Chris from EverythingCPO.com recently purchased one of our all-new Series 2 BulletTrain SAFE Wallets in Polar White, and after having used it for a few day, recorded this review.
"It's a really unique and neat design. I like it...Overall I think it is a keeper."
– Chris Poldervaart (from EverythingCPO.com)
Installing and removing an iPhone in The BulletTrain SAFE Wallet is super easy as you can watch in the video below. There are additional tips and tricks that are not covered in the video, which you can read below the video.
• Step 1: Lay your iPhone flat on top of the SAFE Wallet and press/snap in all four corners of your iPhone. (Do this with the SAFE Wallet door closed as seen in the video).
• Step 2: Grab the Ring/Silent Switch on the BulletTrain SAFE Wallet and pull it back toward the iPhone screen really hard, so it will ramp up and over the iPhone Ring/Silent switch. Once this is done, it will work perfectly.
Below is a video I shot a while about that shows how to fold a cash bill origami style to hide-away in the BulletTrain SAFE Wallet Secret Stash compartment.