Our RFID-blocking wallets from SekureTravel are currently on sale, only $5.49, for a limited time. Great this great offer now before it expires. Plus, buy 2 or more and get a 10% discount.
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- Blocks RF signals, ideal for your contactless cards, protects them from card skimming, electronic pick pocketing or accidental payments; keep your banking information SAFE AND SECURE at home or while travelling
- Makes a great gift which securely holds 6 cards in individual sleeves, also can use for your cash bills, locked tight
- Stylish classy professional-looking modern aluminum outer casing, ABS plastic inner, the metal casing blocks RF signals
- Waterproof case, with click-button opening and closing, fits neatly in your pocket
- Handy small size, narrow, only 110 x 75 x 18 mm, lightweight, less than 60 grams when empty, slimmer than other wallets, fits in your hand easily
Why You Should Buy a Wallet on Sale Today
Cyberthreats are everywhere, you could even be cyber-mugged. Today many banks give customers contactless cards.
Contactless cards are useful for paying for things with and a time-saver. But there are hackers out there with wireless devices that can scan for contactless cards in their immediate vicinity.
If you have an RFID card of some sort, the scanner will send out a radio signal, the card’s chip catches the radio signal and sends back a signal. Note that the chips have no battery inside, and they cannot send out signals by themselves – they just respond to signals they receive. As it all happens so fast without any physical stealing of a card, the cardholder is left none the wiser until they either check their account.
The answer is to use a small metallic wallet of some kind that you put the card in and the metal blocks the radio signals. You can use a wallet that is designed to block RFID by being lined with radio-blocking material – a small faraday cage you can put in your pocket.
These metal wallets from SekureDirect solve this problem by having a metal casing that blocks radio signals. They have been tested with RFID readers and found to block access to any contactless cards contained within, unlike some other RFID-blocking wallets out there. There are plenty of leather wallets which claim to be RFID blocking, but in one test we found that an “RFID-blocking” wallet completely failed the test.
These cases have ridges on one side and are smooth on the other side, the ridges give better grip on the wallet. They have 6 compartments inside for cards. It may be possible to put more than 6 cards in at once if you squeeze them in. The click button to open and close keeps the wallet shut and your cards inside are safe and secure.
One of the images shows cards for illustration purposes only, no cards are included with this wallet.
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