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Open-a-Case and Callet Wallet: Does it Work?

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    Aluma Wallet: Does it Work?

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We're trying out two different iPhone cases to see if they work: The Callet Wallet and Opena Case. 

One turns your smart phone into a wallet; the other allows you to open bottles with its pop-out bottle opener.

Check out the video to see the results!

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