Wurkin RFID Blocking Wallets

Wurkin RFID Blocking Wallet

Last summer we showed you Power Collar Stays and Polo Stays from Würkin Stiffs. Now the company has expanded it product range to include Wurkin RFID Blocking Wallets. Unlike some of the other RFID blocking wallets out there, these are not bulky or inflexible. In fact, they’re sleek, stylish, and fashionable.

Made of Italian calfskin, Wurkin RFID Blocking Wallets are quite luxurious. Hidden inside is a thin alloy matrix that blocks RFID signals, helping to protect you from identity theft. This could be a sneaky Valentine’s Day gift for your guy: a stylish fashion accessory that he will like because of the high-tech radio frequency chip protection.

Wurkin Stiffs RFID Blocking Wallet

Wurkin Stiffs is all about incorporating technology into its products and these wallets are equipped with RFID blocking technology. Why is that little detail important and timely? Credit cards and passports have radio frequency chips embedded in them with our personal information, which can be easily accessed through the air with the right equipment. A thin alloy matrix is fused between the embossed Italian Calfskin leather of the Wurkin Stiff wallets to keep the information from being transmitted. What’s even better, there’s no bulk, keeping the wallet sleek and stylish.

Wurkin Stiffs RFID Blocking Wallets

Wurkin RFID Blocking Wallets are available for $75 at WurkinStiffs.com. Each wallet is black on the outside, but you can choose between black, grey, green, blue, or red for the inside color. They also have passport wallets with RFID blocking for $95 each.

Other wallets that block RFID signals include the Stainless Steel Wallet and TRU VIRTU Razor Wallet.

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Ryan Cooper

About Ryan Cooper

Originally from Chicago, Ryan currently lives in San Diego, California. He has a Computer Engineering degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has worked at a range of high-tech companies from research powerhouse Bell Laboratories to leading semiconductor companies and Silicon Valley startups.

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