The Pacsafe RFID-safe V125 tri-fold wallet is a RFID blocking wallet in the new Pacsafe V series range.
A great safety feature is the new Dyneema nylon strap - a strong, lightweight and hard to cut webbing strap designed to prevent thieves from running off with your wallet. The Dyneema strap has a quick closing loop that tightens to your wrist if your wallet is dropped or snatched.
Protect personal information stored in your RFID chip on your credit card with Pacsafe's state-of-the-art material that blocks out transmissions and stops personal information from being accessed by identity thieves.
This Pacsafe RFID-safe V125 tri-fold wallet protects and secures your credit cards and keeps you organised.
- RFIDsafe™ blocking material
- Protects personal data on passports & credit cards
- detachable wrist strap with loop that tightens to your wrist if snatched or dropped
- detachable strap
- outer zippered coin pocket
- internal organization for cards and notes
- note divider and slip pocket in zippered note slot
- Velcro closure
- 6 card slots (including mesh slot)
Materials (outer) 210D Nylon 3 line Ripstop PU1000mm (lining) 200D Polyester PU1000mm
Dimensions 13.5 x 9 x 2.5 cm
RFIDsafe technology protects your credit card and passport information
RFID chips can be found in most passports, credit cards and public transport tickets (like London's Oyster card and Melbourne's Myki). The RFID chip in the card emits radio transmissions that make them easy to use, but this also means that they can be read or downloaded by thieves by using a hand-held RFID reader from up to 3m away. All the information on your passport including your name, date of birth, digital photograph, issue and expiry date as well as biometric information can be accessed from your passport and the account name, issue date, expiry date and account number can be taken from your credit cards.
The best way to protect yourself from identity theft is to keep your passport and credit cards in a Pacsafe RFIDsafe wallet that is designed to block RFID readers from accessing your data.
Watch the following videos for an example of how this works: