Wocket Wallet: The Smartest Wallet You’ll Ever Own

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For years, we’ve carried a large, bulky wallet. Why do you ask? Because along with receipts, our credit and debit cards, we have amassed a collection of loyalty cards for almost everything. We have loyalty and frequent visitor cards for several airlines, supermarkets, restaurants and other eateries, beauty retailers, mass merchants, major retail stores, and so on, so of course we needed a wallet big enough to hold all of those cards. And because we carry all our loyalty and credit cards every single day, we always have to carry a large handbag (as you will see below, our wallet is not built for small purses). Thanks to the geniuses at NXT-ID, we will be able to reduce not only our wallet size but our handbag size as well. How? It’s all thanks to the wonderful creation of a digital wallet that is surely the world’s smartest wallet, Wocket Wallet.

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If you’re like us and suffer from “overstuffed and/or over-sized wallet syndrome”, this Electronic Wallet is a must. Thanks to the WocketSmartWallet, we’re now in the market for something thin, like a card holder or leather billfold, just to carry cash and receipts, everything else goes into our Wocket Wallet. As we transfer all our giftcards, etc to this Ewallet, we still can’t believe how slimmer our usual wallet is becoming. It’s wonderful going from our huge wallet to the very compact Wocket Wallet. Everything was so easy to use and our inner techy gets very excited every time we use it.

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The first time we used our Wocket Wallet was at the Supermarket. We usually take our entire wallet with us, but this time everything we needed – our debit cards and supermarket loyalty cards, were already programmed in the Wocket. The only additional card we brought along was our I.D. After inputting our security pin, we selected which card we wanted to pay with and swiped away. It took all our energy not to say “Holy Shit, this is awesome” out loud…well not too loud. Although we still have a few more loyalty cards to program in, we are off to a great start with Wocket.

Wocket Quarter Shot

What’s more, the WocketSmartWallet look very sleek as well. Aside from its thin shape, it also boasts an extra card slot, stitched leather detail, Smart Swipe technology, your name etched on the chic black card with gold trim, a physical signature strip like regular debit and credit cards, and the ability to unlock it with either a pin of your choice or with your voice thanks to its biometrically locked capabilities. Instead of carrying around 12 or more various debit, credit, or loyalty cards, you carry one Wocket card with all of your cards programmed by categories. For those of you that typically forget your numerous passwords, you can also safely secure them in your Wocket.

Wocket SIde Profile

The Wocket Wallet retails for $179.oo, but you can get $30.00 off now, with code 30OFF-5fet76f9. That means you’re getting it for only $149.00. So say goodbye to HUGE, bulky wallets, and the constant fight to pull the card you need out of your wallet, and say hello smaller purses, any card easily available at your fingertips, and a more efficient way to pay with WocketSmartWallet.

18 replies
  1. Taylor Speikers
    Taylor Speikers says:

    I love having more organization in my life because of the Wocket. I, too, had a big messy wallet. I know the struggle!

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  2. shereentrvls
    shereentrvls says:

    If everyone takes it, this would be a great way to travel with all your cards without actually having to TAKE all your cards.

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  3. Wendy Kaufman
    Wendy Kaufman says:

    I love that the Wocket helps me use my loyalty cards more easily. They’re such trouble to find and use otherwise, so the Wocket actually helps me save money.

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  4. Kristi Trimmer
    Kristi Trimmer says:

    I love how you showed going from the huge bulky wallet that no one wants to carry around to the small sleak, Wocket!

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  5. LisaLisa01
    LisaLisa01 says:

    The features of this Smart Wallet is great!! It’s pretty cool for it to be able to hold 10,000 cards and the voice match is another favorite of mine!

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  6. MyPenNeedsInk
    MyPenNeedsInk says:

    Thanks for the review. Wondering how your merchant acceptance rate has been? I’m running about 80% after 6 weeks. Admittedly some merchants just look at it because it’s unconventional and decline taking it because of that. Also I’m curious if you were able to get the voice recognition to work on your device? The company is telling me that feature is COMING SOON. Thanks

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  7. Heather Pfingsten
    Heather Pfingsten says:

    This is honestly one of the coolest things that I have seen this year. I love the advances being made in technology, there are new securities being placed in areas where they are needed, and a company is working to create a product to simplify life. My wallet is a complete mess. It would be awesome to have something that would keep everything in one place within me having to be in charge. 😉 Love it!

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