This is the iLID, billed as “The World’s Thinnest iPhone Wallet.” And that may well be true. What we know for sure about the iLID is that it’s a plastic case with a teeny, tiny chamber on the back for stowing cash, cards and keys.
The design seems to be good, with a snap-shut door covering a space designed to hold the minimum of payment equipment: a clip for a card, space for some cash and a little section in which a key can rattle annoyingly.
And all this for just $40.
I guess that if – like our own phone wallet aficionado Killian Bell – you are a fan of such things, then you may love the iLID. I remain unconvinced, preferring to keep my iPhone in my front jeans pocket and my wallet in my bag. Plus, I use cash, so I really need somewhere to put coins and bills.
The iLID is available now, with an iPhone 5 version on the way.