LINE Choco EZ-Charm Launches On 1 Jun, An Adorable Alternative To Standard Cards
This week, Singaporeans are rejoicing in the knowledge that ‘Circuit Breaker’ is finally coming to an end.
With social distancing measures still in place, this brand new EZ-charm may be the companion you need during post-CB commutes. Introducing, the resident LINE FRIENDS fashionista Choco.
Strut in style as you head back to MRT gantries with this concession charm, making the tapping in sound even more satisfying.
LINE Choco EZ-charm will channel your inner XMM
Choco is the ‘influencer’ of the LINE FRIENDS gang, more commonly known as Brown’s fashionista sister.
Certainly, this EZ-charm reflects her chic personality, retaining her iconic pink ribbon that is absolutely integral in her day-to-day outfits.
Image by MS News
Wearing her iconic flat expression, the hint of pink blush completes the brown bear’s endearing look, a ready look for post-CB commutes.
Hang this EZ-charm on your bags or wallets
At first glance, it reminds us of a bite-sized cookie, convenient to carry around. The mini charm also comes with an elastic string and mobile phone adapter.
You can choose to hang it on your wallet or sling bag and you need not worry about losing it, ever.
This makes tapping in easier on the go, without compromising our Choco-level fashion.
LINE Choco EZ-charm valid for 3 years
Furthermore, you can easily link this charm to the EZ-link app and manage transactions at your fingertips.
As seen on the back of its bright pink packaging, the EZ-charm is valid for 3 years, compared to a typical EZ-Link card that has a 5-year validity.
Considering the cuteness of it, however, you can always preserve it as a cute accessory.
Available on Shopee from 1 Jun onwards
If you are a huge fan of LINE FRIENDS, do keep a lookout for its release next Monday (1 Jun), 9am.
They are exclusively available online at Shopee, and you can get them at S$26.90 each.
Certainly, the arrival of this Choco EZ-charm will add to the list of good things that await us after ‘Circuit Breaker’.
Featured image adapted from MS News.