The Anti-Identity Theft Wallet Blocks Radio Signals From Intrusion

By: Akihiko Tse - Published: Sep 28, 2013 • References: hammacher & fancy
To thwart the increasingly common practice of stealing personal information from newer credit cards by using radio frequency, the anti-identity theft wallet is a foolproof defense.

Made from featherweight carbon fiber, the wallet is designed to block off all intrusive radio frequency signals that attempt to damage or steal information from credit cards. The blacked-out $130 wallet, which looks sturdy and heavily resilient based on its Kevlar-like material, can block most radio signals, keeping the contents of personal cards like ID cards and credit cards safe from unauthorized access by thieves. The anti-identity theft wallet can hold up to eight cards and the cash pocket is large enough to fit 20 bills. Following on from its previous models of sturdy wallets, like the stainless steel wallet, Hammacher Schlemmer continue to revolutionize the one accessory that we cannot go anywhere without. Stats for Anti-Identity Theft Wallets Trending: Older & Buzzing
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