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OhGizmo! Review – TRTL Minimalist 4

By Caitlyn Muncy

The eco-friendly company TRTL Bot, has given us a snazzy new iPhone 4 case that is made entirely of recycled plastic. This is a follow-up from the 3G/3GS case they’ve made in the past. This version provides an extremely useful credit card holder on the back part of the case. You can only fit about two plastic cards in there, despite me trying my best to play chubby bunny with credit cards.

This recycled plastic makes for a rather hard case, and protects your iPhone in all the right places. A snug fit makes this a great case for moderate protection. You will need a screen protector as it doesn’t come with one, but seeing as you get a mini wallet out of your phone case, is there really much room to complain?

This case comes in either white or black and will only set you back about $35 if you buy it directly from the company.

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  • burtonwarpup

    I've got this case this. I use three cards in mine. For some reason, two cards won't work. With three cards the pressure keeps them all in and with one card the little tab keeps it in. With two cards, the card on the outside wants to slide out. Anyway, I like the case so much that I don't carry a wallet anymore. I only wish that it had some rubber on it for impact protection, as the case is all hard plastic.

  • burtonwarpup

    I've got this case this. I use three cards in mine. For some reason, two cards won't work. With three cards the pressure keeps them all in and with one card the little tab keeps it in. With two cards, the card on the outside wants to slide out. Anyway, I like the case so much that I don't carry a wallet anymore. I only wish that it had some rubber on it for impact protection, as the case is all hard plastic.

  • http://catamobile.org.ua/ CataMobile

    Interesting and unusual solution. At first I was surprised by the idea to store credit card in Iphone case. However, thinking about it, I could not find anything better. Although, I must say, that the more correct approach is to provide the iPhone wireless technologies that allow for payment in a shop, as is already the competitors are doing.