Unboxing the U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Card — With a Drone!
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Go big or go home. That’s the approach U.S. Bank took when developing its Altitude Reserve card, and it’s the same approach we took when filming an unboxing video today. In 4K. Captured with a drone. Inside TPG’s brand-new Manhattan office.
The card launches this coming Monday, May 1, and I’ll definitely be signing up. But in the meantime, U.S. Bank sent along a demo kit so we could get an early look at the card and its packaging. And, naturally, we unboxed it on camera. And weighed it as well. (It tips the scale at 0.6 ounce, for those of you wondering.)
So without further ado, here’s the U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve card unboxing video, captured by the DJI Mavic Pro drone:
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