The Waltlet - Maximum Storage RFID Secure Minimalist Wallet

ID StrongholdSKU: IDSH7068-brn

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Color: Brown
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Sale Price$34.99 USD

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About Our Secure Shielding Technology

Prop 65 Warning

This product can expose you to chemicals including nickel which is known in the state of California to cause cancer. For more information visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Customer Reviews

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Roland

Love it and holds plenty cards

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Drew

Very happy with the color, the quality and the construction of the wallet. It feels great. Well worth it.

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Joyce

I love it!! Just what I was looking for.

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Daniel

Great product!

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C.

The magnets keep the cards secure. Money section is a bit too short so not really easy to use. The leather had a musty odor that I tempered by cleaning it with saddle soap. Overall pleased with the purchase.

Questions & Answers

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  • Can you get your name put on this wallet

    No, we do not offer custom embossing on this item.

  • Where is it made

    Our Waltlet Wallet is made in India.

  • Is this a rear pocket wallet?

    Our Waltlet can be used as a front or back pocket wallet.

  • Is this a front pocket wallet

    With the dimensions 4 x 3.25 x .75", this Wallet will fit in most front pockets.

  • Can your passport fit inside the wallet?

    A passport book will not fit in the Waltlet.  The wallet is smaller than the US Passport.  We do have products designed to fit Passport books.  You can find them at this link. https://www.idstronghold.com/collections/passport-holders.

  • Don't the magnets adversely affect the credit cards

    I personally have been using this wallet for over two years in testing and have never had a mag stripe go bad.  What you will find is that credit and debit cards have strong magnetic encoding known as high coercivity or hi-co for short.  These cards hold their encoding well around magnetic fields.  Cards that are re-encoded a lot such as hotel room keys sometimes use lo-co and those can get erased much easier.
     
    Where the magnets are located, the only time the magnet would be near a mag stripe is if you put a card upside down in the lowest first slot or second slot.  That is not a problem with a debit or credit card.  You should be more careful with a hotel room key in those two slots to make sure the mag stripe was up. Due to the distance in the gusseted area you should not have any issues with cards in there and the top front slot is high enough to keep even your hotel key card far enough away.  

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