CM4’s iPhone Case Also Holds Credit Cards

| Quick Look Review

The Q Card Case from CM4 for the iPhone 4/4S is made from rubber and faux leather.  It holds the iPhone securely in place and also provides a pocket on the back side that will hold up to three items (credit cards, drivers license, cash, I.D. card, etc.) Though the cards are held tightly in place, the case has a thumb hole that makes removing the cards quick and easy. The manufacturer recommends that users fit no more than three cards in the card slot, but point out that it will hold one just as securely as it will hold three. 

Q Card Case

 

 

Also included with the package is a cleaning cloth and a screen protector. The case is available in four colors: Black Onyx, Pearl White, Pacific Green and Pink Sapphire.  There is a one year warranty against defects. The MSRP is US$39.99.

Q Card Case color options

There is a raised screen guard on the front that allows you to safely place the phone face down on any surface.

 

 

 

Using the product

It is very easy to insert and remove the phone from this case — always a biggie with me.  The cutout for the camera and flash is more than adequate and the case is well put together.  The thumb slot that’a included as part of the card case is ingenious.  Every other phone/card case that I have seen will hold cards tightly, but it is the devil to remove them. The thumb slot makes it much easier. 

Even with cards or cash included, the case is slim and fits easily into a pocket. There is something about the composition of the case that makes it easy to remove as well.


Q Card Case in use

 

Do I recommend it?

I do.  If you like to travel light this might be the solution to your problems, and at US$39.99 the price is quite reasonable.

Product: Q Card Case

Company: CM4

List Price: US$39.99

Pros:

iPhone case also holds credit cards, etc. securely.

 

Cons:

None noted.

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Comments

iVoid

I thought about this kind of a case (iPhone and wallet in one) a while ago, but then I had my iPhone stolen in a snatch and grab.

If I had this kind of a case, then I’d lose both my iPhone and wallet at one time.

Seems to me it’s not a good idea to keep all your valuables in a single place that’s an easy target (your phone is out of your pocket much more than your wallet).

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