RFID Blocking Leather Wallet For Men
Hurry Up! Sale End Soon...
Price Reset When Sale Ends...
Bulk/tiered discount - 1 ||2 - 3 ||
Bulk/tiered discount - 2 ||4 - 7 ||
Bulk/tiered discount - 3 ||8 - 10 ||
Bulk/tiered discount - 4 ||11 - 15 ||
Bulk/tiered discount - 5 ||16 + ||
Ensure All-Time Security
As you plan your trip, it’s good to consider safety and avoiding theft. With RFID Blocking Wallet, you can be sure your hard-earned money and personal information are safe and secure from thieves and fraudsters.
It’s a super-slim, super-smart wallet that holds up cards as well as cash. Your precious cards, holding private information and access to your bank accounts and savings, is kept safe and secure from RFID scanners.
- Invisible safety: contain a Nano-thin RFID-blocking aluminium shield to prevent scanners from reading your personal, valuable data
- More than you thought: hold up to 36 cards, cash, IDs and more, with full, zip-around closure for added protection
- Light like feather: lightweight and compact enough, allowing it to be a great replacement for other typical bulky wallets
- Guarantee long-lasting durability and better organisation
- Both stylish and functional, easily fit into any purse or pocket
Just click the “Add To Cart” Button Below! There’s a very limited stock, and they will go soon!
Note: Due to High Demand Promotional Items May Take Up To 2-4 weeks for delivery.
WE SUPPORT AN AMAZING CAUSE
We’re thrilled to support Nanhi Pari Foundation is a Girl Child Right Organization which works for Education, Health & Nutrition for Girl Child.
SK Fashion’s 7-POINT HAPPINESS CHECKLIST
1. FREE Shipping Worldwide on special offers.
2. Fast, Sure & Safe delivery.
3. Safe Payments.
4. 30 Day Money Back Guarantee.
5. Real humans on our support help-desk !
6.Tracking number for every order.
7.We use encrypted SSL certificates for 100% security.
Facts about RFID
What is RFID?
RFID, or radio-frequency identification, has been around for quite some time. What most people think of when they hear RFID is chip tracking. This innovative technology is used for tracking everything from pills to pets to passports in some of the most interesting ways, it is also used to help ensure the more natural use of prosthetic limbs.
Radio frequency identification (RFID) describes a system that uses radio waves to identify an object or person. There are three key components to an RFID system:
Tag: A radio antenna attached to a microchip which stores a number that can uniquely identify an object.
Reader: A device equipped with one or more antennas that emit radio waves and receive signals back
from proximate RFID tags.
Database: Stores data on when and where particular tags are read; may also store information about each tag (e.g., what object the tag is attached to, who owns the tag).
What is the difference between “passive” and “active” RFID tags?
Active tags are equipped with a battery which allows them to broadcast their ID continuously, whether a reader is present or not. In contrast, passive tags require a reader to interrogate them before they are able to transmit information. This is because passive tags get their power from the radio signals emitted by the reader.
From how far away can RFID tags be read?
This depends. First, if the tag is passive it will have a shorter read range (typically 1 cm to 4m); active tags can be read from a much greater distance (e.g. upwards of 20m). Second, the tagged object affects the read range. For example, tags on metal objects have a shorter range than those on plastic objects.
Third, the size and power of the reader antenna is important, though it is practically impossible to build an antenna which will read tags from more than ten times the standard read range.
What kind of information can be stored on a tag?
Anything that can be represented by a number. In addition to a unique ID, many tags can also store further data; often, this data can be “reprogrammed”. Most tags currently being used contain around 256 bits of storage, about the equivalent 6 phone numbers.