TWINWALLET RFID VINTAGE BROWN
With two Cardprotectors to hold double the content
The Twinwallet consists of two Cardprotectors in a leather pouch with press stud closure. With the Twinwallet, you can securely take eight to twelve cards with you. The interior also offers space for extra cards, paper money, receipts, business cards and coins. The Twinwallet, with its 70 mm width and 24 mm thickness, is at least twice as compact as a traditional wallet with similar content. The Twinwallet fits well in a small ladies handbag or in a trouser pocket.
, the Twinwallet carries up to 16 cards, banknotes and receipts, but remains compact in size.
The patented mechanism allows you to slide out your cards with one simple motion, ready for immediate use. The aluminium protects from bending, breaking and unwanted wireless communication.
Our Vintage leather has a carefully abraded surface and a wax finish that gives a stonewashed look. The wax makes it more sensitive to scratches, making this lively leather more personal over time.
Twinallet Vintage Brown is corrected-grain leather, made in Holland from European cowhide. For more information on leather characteristics, our production process or care instructions, visit our leather page.
8 embossed or 12 flat cards
4 extra cards
Size and weight
70 x 102 x 25 mm
12 flat cards or 8 embossed cards Business cards Cash 4 extra cards Solid aluminium European leather 70 x 102 x 25 mm 120 grams Plastic cards have a hard time, they get bent and become brittle in your pocket. In particular, RFID/NFC cards are not safely stored in a regular wallet. RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) or NFC (Near Field Communication) cards have a chip and an antenna for wireless communication. These cards, such as the public transportation pass, new credit cards and admission tickets, can be activated, selected and copied from up to many metres away, without you noticing. The Secrid Cardprotector works as a firewall in your wallet. To safely use an RFID/NFC card, you slide it out 3 cm from the Cardprotector; the sensitivity for the radio signal is then substantially reduced, but still sufficient for contact over short distances. By minimising the time duration and signal strength, you remain outside the reach of digital pickpockets.