You know how sometimes, kids just have to learn hard life lessons for themselves? Angeline just learned that when mom says she shouldn’t keep her wallet in her back pocket when she goes to school, she should listen.
Angeline has a purse but doesn’t carry it to school, and she would rather carry her phone and money in the back pocket of her jeans than in her book bag. She once had her cell phone stolen out of her book bag and just feels safer with it close to her.
Every morning for weeks, I would tell her as she was getting out of the car that her wallet looked like it was about to fall out of her pocket. Every day, she told me if was fine.
I really miss being a teenager and always being right, don’t you?
When I arrived home from Kissimmee two weeks ago, Angeline told me that she thought her wallet was lost at school. She looked all over the house and it was nowhere to be found. I felt so bad for her; she had at least $200 in gift cards for PacSun, Best Buy, Starbucks etc in there, as well at least $50 cash that she had received as Christmas gifts.
NOW she believes me when I say it’s a bad idea to carry a wallet in her back pocket. Poor kid! Though she still doesn’t want to carry a purse to school, I brought up using one of those iPhone cases that has a storage compartment for cash and she said would give it a try. It probably helped my case that she had a cheapy iPhone case on at the moment…but whatever works, right?
As soon as we received the eyn iPhone case, her eyes lit up!
The eyn (pronounced ‘n’) case is a fun and colorful alternative to a basic iPhone case, as it holds an iPhone and has a special compartment in the back to hold her cash or gift cards – and even has a built-in 1 1/2 inch by 2 1/2 inch mirror!
Tech-savvy teens will love that the back doubles as a kick stand to prop their iPhones up while they watch videos and movies. The back of the eyn iPhone case is actually big enough to hold an ID, credit card, house key, cash and more!
Parents will love that it’s still a protective case, because as we learned last summer when Angeline dropped and broke her iPhone – they aren’t cheap to replace!
With all of this in such a small case, teens won’t feel embarrassed to stick it in their back pocket or loop it around their wrist for an easy and cool update to their spring/summer wear.
According to Examiner, “For the spring/summer 2013 season, color blocked handbags will still be one of the hottest trends.”
With six fun color choices, teens will want to collect them all!
Pre orders for iPhone 5 cases are now available as well! Also available on the eyn products website is Buddha Nose lip balm, which fits perfectly inside of the eyn case.
The eyn case ($29.99) and lip balm ($10.00/4) can be purchased at www.eynproducts.com.
I received the eyn iPhone case at no cost to facilitate this review, and all opinions are my own.