The iMoney Trackable Wallet reminds us a lot of the Keplero wallet we featured some time ago. Like the Keplero, this new wallet is also a modular type wallet that uses magnets to hold the wallet together. The modular design allows you to customize the wallet according to your needs. If you liked the Keplero but missed out on it when it was launched on Kickstarter, here is your chance to get your hands on a similar wallet. The iMoney Trackable Wallet also has a couple of new features that are unique to it.
The magnetic modular design attracted a lot of attention because of its versatility. You can choose to remove some of the components of the wallets if you don’t plan to carry that much for example when you are going for a jog around the park. At other times when you need to fill up your wallet, just snap back on all the pieces of the wallet. It has 5 modular components. The 3 center plates can each store 2 cards, one on each side. The top plate stores just one while the bottom plate has a built in money clip. All parts are made from anodized aluminum.
There are a couple of differences between the iMoney and the Keplero wallet. First of all, the iMoney wallet includes an optional built-in wallet tracking feature. You pair your smartphone to the wallet via Bluetooth and should you misplace your wallet, you can use the included app to help track it. You can even make the wallet emit a ring to help you find it. The tracking function works both ways. Should you misplace your phone, you can use your wallet to activate your phone’s ringing. You also get an alert on your phone if the wallet is separated out of Bluetooth range.
The other significant difference is that the money clip is located on the inside of the wallet. The advantage of this is that your cash is not exposed which is good but it also means that you give up one card storage slot. However, the cash compartment can be used to store other items such as a few coins or a small key.
The iMoney Trackable Wallet is currently seeking funding on Indiegogo and at the time of post is about halfway towards meeting its funding goal.