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The Atomic Charge Wallet is a compact and lightweight yet roomy wallet that will also charge your cell phone. It comes in four different colors, ones that people of all genders tend to like, and has an accordion design so it'll hold credit cards, your license, cash and more. This wallet will make a great gift for almost anyone, especially someone who uses their phone frequently and likes to carry both their phone and wallet in their pocket.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Atomic Charge Wallet is $19.99 plus $9.99 shipping, for a total price of $29.98.

Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: atomicchargewallet.com

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How It Works

You can carry this wallet in your pocket or purse like an ordinary wallet, as it's about as slim as one of today's smartphones. However, when your smartphone ( or whatever kind of cell phone you have ) starts to die, you'll be able to simply plug your phone's charger into the wallet for some extra "juice. " The charging won't be unlimited, but it will double your phone's life while you're outside the house, enabling you to talk a lot longer.

Features

  • Comes in Four Colors

    The Atomic Charge Wallet comes in four different shades: white, black, red and silver. If you live with other people and don't want to get your wallets mixed up, everyone in your family or household may choose to get one in a different shade. Alternatively, you could choose the shade of wallet that best matches your cell phone.

  • Aluminum Casing

    Each of these wallets is covered by rugged aluminum casing that will allow it to withstand drops to the ground or a person accidentally stepping on it. It's likely that, unless you literally try to destroy it on purpose, it won't break for years.

  • Water Resistant

    The casing on each wallet is also water-resistant, so you won't need to worry about the wallet being damaged if you carry it openly out in the rain or drop it in a puddle.

  • Lightweight and Compact

    As it's about the size of a standard smartphone, the Atomic Charge Wallet is small enough to be carried in most pockets and small handbags. Although it'll hold a lot of stuff, it weighs no more than a couple of pounds, either, so you won't feel weighted down when carrying it on your person.

  • Has Rfid Blocking Technology

    Each of these wallets features up-to-date RFID blocking technology, so even if there are any malicious scanners masquerading as credit / debit machines around, they won't be able to nab your credit card number.

Positive Points

  • Holds Items Securely

    This wallet folds open, revealing five spacious slots for you to carry items such as credit cards and ID cards in. The wallet also has a plastic tab that will close it securely when you're not using it, so none of your stuff will be spilling out—not even your small change.

  • Good Gift Idea

    Almost anyone, from teens to seniors, will be able to make use of this wallet, which is the main reason why it makes a great gift. Even if the friend or family member you're giving it to doesn't have a cell phone to plug into it, using it as a wallet will likely be satisfying enough on its own. Teens, young adults and people constantly on their phone for business, however, will especially appreciate the fact that it'll help keep one's phone charged for longer than usual.

Tips & Tricks

  1. Personalize Wallet

    To personalize your wallet for yourself or someone whom you're giving it to, you can decorate it with stickers, decals, jewels or anything else you'd use to decorate a smartphone case. Not only will it look good, a potential thief might think it's not a wallet, so they might decide not to snag it after all.

Save Time

When you carry this wallet with you and your phone dies, you'll no longer need to spend time hunting for someplace to charge the phone, as you can just use the wallet to do so. You also won't need to spend time cancelling your credit cards due to suspicious activity, since the RFID technology within the wallet will block anyone from stealing your card's number.

How it's Different from Competitors

The Atomic Charge Wallet is a wallet that also doubles as a convenient back up battery for your phone. It is meant to be lightweight and its slim design makes it easy for you to carry in your pocket, unlike a big bulky traditional battery back up.

With a regular wallet, cards with scan and go technology can easily be scanned and thieves can walk away with your money, without you even knowing it. The Atomic Charge Wallet features the latest RFID blocking technology that ensures your cards are protected and can not be scanned from the outside.

This wallet has a convenient accordion design and is meant to be able to hold all of your cash, credit cards, ID cards, pictures and more. Also, unlike most backup batteries, this charger is built with an solid aluminum casing that is meant to withstand drops and shock.

Tips & Tricks

  1. Don't Forget to Charge

    Always remember to keep your Atomic Charge Wallet charged up. You do not want to end up needing a cell phone charge, plugging in your phone and then realizing that the back up battery is on empty.

  2. Upgrade

    The Atomic Charge Wallet is also available in an upgraded Deluxe version. This upgrade includes a more powerful 2500 AMH battery and a handy USB cord.

  3. Not Available in Store

    This product can not be found in any retail store and is available exclusively online.

  4. Limited Time Offer

    This product currently has a limited time deal where you buy one Atomic Charge Wallet and you will get a second one for free. Just pay shipping and handling.

Warnings

  • Keep Dry

    As with any electronic device, it is a good idea to keep the Atomic Charge Wallet dry and away from any source of water. Getting this product wet could cause it to malfunction.

Alternatives

  • Regular Wallets

    You can always use a regular wallet, however these do not have the added capability of being able to charge your cell phone or other USB device.

  • Backup Batteries

    You could use a traditional backup battery to keep your cell phone charged up, however, you will still also have to carry your wallet with you.

Complaints

  1. Could Not Open

    One customer said that once they received their Atomic Wallet, they put a few cards in it, closed it and then they were unable to open it again. They said that they had to use a screwdriver to open it and broke the product in the process.

  2. Doesn't Stay Closed

    One customer said that the wallet did not stay closed like the advertisement's claim. They said they gently dropped the wallet, and it blew open and sent their cards everywhere.

  3. Small

    There were also complaints that the Atomic Wallet did not have as much storage capacity as was claimed. They said that it can only hold about 4 cards or else it will not shut properly.

  4. Charge

    There were a few complaints that the Atomic Charge Wallet did not charge their phones up very much. One customer said that it only charged their phone about 2% before it died.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Atomic Charge Wallet online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Atomic Charge Wallet online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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john bennett - (Oakland Park, FL)
Posted: 08 Feb 2018
I Regret Buying it!

Return It

I got mine at wal-mart. Who sales alit of that company items. This one like all of their other items, really sucks.

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Oliver - (Wadsworth, OH)
Posted: 25 Dec 2017
I Recommend Buying it!

Doesn’t Hold a Lot but Gets the Job Done

Bought one a few weeks ago and it’s holding up so far but I can see wear and tear on it already. It’s useful as a phone charger but I don’t recommend putting more than two cards and a two or three dollar bills at a time otherwise it’ll be hard to close.

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Jack - (Kenner, LA)
Posted: 16 Dec 2017
I have something to say!

Agree with others who state it is not worth buying. The commercial says it will hold all your cards and cash. Not true. You might get three / four cards in but more will cause the wallet to spring open and not close. Put them back in box and will try and return.

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Tony - (South Burlington, VT)
Posted: 01 Dec 2017
I Regret Buying it!

It' a Joke

Received acw, You must fold US dollar bills triple thick ( 2 folds} to fit inside, Will only hold about 10 or 12 bills with nothing else in the wallet.

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David - (Newton, MA)
Posted: 15 Oct 2017
I have a Question

Phone Charger

Is this a good product?

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Richard Clark - (Jefferson, WI)
Posted: 16 Sep 2017
I Recommend Buying it!

Not Quite as Advertised, but a Life Saver

I have been using this type of wallet ( w / o charger ) for quite a while. Mainly because I wanted to get my big fat wallet OUT of my Back Pocket and into my Front Pocket. For starters; These are front pocket wallets. None of them have a strong enough hinge to withstand back pocket pressures.

That said, This wallet does not hold nearly as much as the video shows. The simple, no charger, types do.

The charger feature works fast and can really save your fanny when your phone is almost dead. BUT, you need to have a a charger cable with you. Used it last night to keep a friend's phone alive. We were at a place that had no available power, but he had his regular charger with him. We were able to use his cable and my Atomic Wallet. He was able call his wife and update her. But, without a charge cable for your specific phone the charger is useless.

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Margaret R Wise - (Lemoore, CA)
Posted: 19 Aug 2017
I Regret Buying it!

If it was possible, I would give it a zero. Waste of money. Do not buy. It is a joke as a wallet and the two times I have tried to charge my phone, one time it went 18% and the other time to 23% and I was out of power. It is not lightweight. The whole product is a joke.

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Mario Meribela - (Dumas, AR)
Posted: 09 Aug 2017
I Regret Buying it!

Awesome Concept, Piss Poor Execution

This product is absolute crap! The web site claims it will hold ALL of your cards and cash. However I was only able to fit in 3 cards ( ID, debit card, carry licence ) with no more than 4 bills ( crisp newer bills at that ). Anything more than that I had to cram it closed causing it to bulge. After using the product 1 week ive noticed that the wallet has flexed and looks to be falling apart. I now have to flex it back to get a usb cable in it to charge my phone. Once I was able to get the usb in and connect my phone, my phone battery went from 6% to 73% taking about 6 hours.

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Jim - (Maplewood, MO)
Posted: 06 Aug 2017
I have something to say!

Don't Buy This Junk

If an infomercial item starts with the word "atomic" ( what is this, 1950? ) don't buy it because it is Junk.

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Shelley - (Fair Lawn, NJ)
Posted: 29 Jun 2017
I Regret Buying it!

Return

I called the number listed to see about getting a refund. It was a recording in Spanish. I don't speak Spanish.

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Tim Timmons
Posted: 05 Aug 2017

Haha did you try pushing 2 for english?

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Thomas Harding
Posted: 16 Sep 2017

Had the same experience. Yes, I tried pushing 2 for English, and it disconnected me. Tried it three times and it disconnected each time. Then gave the worthless wallet to my grandson who uses it to hold fishing flies.

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