Anti-RFID card holder for men: to pay safely
Simple and effective, contactless payment with bank cards is increasingly popular. However, alongside the advantages of this new technology, there are disadvantages, including the theft of bank data which continues to increase. How to stop being a victim of digital pickpockets? With the anti-RFID card holder
The card holder that finally thinks about the security of your personal data
Equipped with a metal protection system against hacking , this card holder is able to block all unwanted RFID scanners from a distance. Thus, it will prevent the theft of your personal data on your credit cards, bank cards and all your smart cards.
Ergonomic and functional
This 86 mm long by 54 mm wide card holder fits perfectly in the pocket of your pants or jacket . It is so thin that it will go almost unnoticed. Impossible for pickpockets to guess that your credit cards are in your pocket. And that's not all. This smart accessory is capable of holding more than ten cards! In addition, the card holder has a money clip, well, practical for storing a few notes.
Entirely made of carbon fiber, this card holder is light and robust. It will accompany you on many trips.
In addition, to suit all tastes, this anti-RFID card holder is available in 4 colours:
- Silver ;
- Gray ;
- Golden ;
If after a period of 30 days, your order has still not reached you, we undertake to resend it to you free of charge or to reimburse you in full .
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