This RFID secure leather passport wallet has 5 card slots, which includes an ID slot. Simply slide your closed passport into the shielded pocket on the inside left of the wallet and it's protected from electronic pickpocketing. On the inside right of the RFID wallet passport, use four pockets to protect your credit and debit cards or credentials. Finally, protect your ID in the shielded ID pocket where it is easily available for passport and ID requirements, for a total of five slots. A full-length dollar-bill pocket is located in the passport security wallet, giving additional secure storage for money and documents.
Every single pocket on every single wallet is entirely shielded individually, locking your personal information safely inside. Thanks to this smart design, even when your wallet is wide open, each card remains protected.
Our RFID wallets will shield all contactless credit and debit cards as well as passport cards, enhanced drivers licenses, transit cards, HID iClass cards, TWIC cards, PIV cards, CAC cards, LincPass cards and others. For best shielding results, the clear ID slot should be limited to one card only.
Identity Stronghold is committed to helping you keep your identity safe.
We started the RFID protection industry in 2006. We continue to lead this industry by creatively applying shielding technology to a variety of products that block radio waves and thereby prevent thieves from remotely accessing your private information (including your complete credit and debit account numbers).
Beware of imitations that aren't made by Identity Stronghold. We have tested many of those knock-offs in-house, including some of those hard metal wallets. Many do not shield effectively. In fact, some knock-offs actually include documentation admitting they are not 100% effective.
You can be sure you are protected when you use Identity Stronghold RFID blocking products.
Some older building access cards that operate at 125Khz may not be totally blocked by our Secure Wallets. Click Here for more information on which cards are vulnerable.