Built Smartphone Envelope is a smart go-to-lunch wallet

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We’ve reviewed a few of Built’s protective neoprene cases on The Gadgeteer.  I’ve tried several of their products, and their Neoprene Tote Bag for 13” Apple MacBook Pro is still my favorite laptop bag.  This is the first time I’ve seen their phone wallets, and they look very interesting.  They have the Smartphone Envelope for bigger phones; it’s sized 5.8″ long X 3.7” high X 1.1” thick.  The Phone Envelope measures 5.5″ long X 3.4″ high X 0.6″ thick.  Both can hold “Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone, and WebOS cell phones” – and I would image they can hold iPhones, too.  They are made from neoprene with plush, velvety interiors to protect the phone.  They have an interior pocket to hold your drivers license and cards or cash, which makes them a great wallet/phone case for going to lunch or doing errands when you don’t want to lug around your big gear bag/handbag.  Both styles are available in the Micro Dot (top left), Black (bottom left), or Scatter Dot (bottom right) patterns.  The Phone Envelope is $17.99 and the Smartphone Envelope is $19.99.

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