Technology in the financial industry is always evolving to counter crafty thieves. But why are all these RFID wallets and sleeves so deprived of fashion sense?
Ladies, we hear you. You want the protection for your cards and IDs as well as the functionality of an old fashioned wallet, but you don't want to be old fashioned or look like you just raided the hard drive isle! This leather wallet, has tons of space for all the thing you need to carry and it looks great.
A clever design and years of engineering make this RFID blocking wallet a true piece of art. Using only the newest shielding materials the wallet is flexible enough for everyday use and durable so it can stand the test of time.
|Fashionable red leather on the outside and inside, with a soft tan liner in every pocket. Ample space for IDs, credit cards, cash, miscellaneous, and pretty much everything you need and don't need but carry just in case!
Featuring a clear pocket for your ID, two full size sliding pockets (on on each flap) and a zippered pocket for coins and other small stuff. The snap closure makes it easy to open and close and it can store up to 12 cards or IDs in its small slide-in pockets.
The RFID shielding materials are seamlessly integrated with soft leather so that even you forget that your new wallet is more than just a wallet! Now you can go about your day in style knowing that you, your credit cards, ID, smart cards, and access cards are all protected and all you had to do was get this really pretty wallet!
|Why do you need it? Many items are now enabled with embedded smart chips. They can authorize transactions, verify identity, open doors and even give access to confidential information and top secret documents and facilities.
These smart chip items are a hot commodities in black markets for obvious reasons. You can protect your identity and your bank account from failing prey to fraudsters by using this RFID blocking wallet.
Not only will they securely hold your must haves, but they will also prevent thieves using RFID scanners from stealing your credit card numbers or access control privilege.
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