Protect your identity. With passports, credit cards and other forms of ID now being embedded with radio-frequency (RF) tags, it's more important than ever to protect them from hackers looking to steal your identity. Our handsome Nappa Leather Passport Wallet shields RF data from would-be thieves, keeping your personal info safe and secure. Lightweight and compact, it has an ID window, six credit card slots, passport pocket and zippered coin pocket. (4 x 5¾ x ½")
You can have your order wrapped in a reusable dark gray gift bag, tied with a ribbon. $6.00 each gift bag. Select the "Gift Bag" option during checkout.
- More Info
Our RFID Blocking Passport Wallet ensures that identification cards or passport within the wallet cannot be read while the wallet is closed. This gives you the ability to control when, how and by whom your cards are accessed. To allow the card to be read simply open the case and direct it towards the reader.
- Nappa leather RFID Blocking Passport Case
- Contains a layer of RF shielding that prevents RFID readers from reading any passive tags stored within while the case is closed such as a passport or ID
- To allow RFID devices to be read, simply open the passport case and direct it towards the reader
- Pocket for U.S. passport
- ID window
- Six credit card slots
- Currency pocket
- Zippered change pocket
What is RFID?
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is an automatic identification method, relying on storing and remotely retrieving data using devices called RFID tags or transponders. An RFID tag is an object that can be attached to or incorporated into a product, animal, or person for the purpose of identification using radio waves.
How does RFID affect me?
Governments, corporations, franchises and banks are now using RFID tags embedded in identification cards. These tags allow the cards to be read remotely. You may have one of these chips in your wallet or passport right now. (U.S. passports issued after August 14, 2006 contain an RFID tag).
Why are RFID cards dangerous?
The RFID tags in identification cards have been shown to be insecure. Attackers are able to read and copy information stored on these tags to create copies they can use themselves. Information stored on most RFID cards can be read by anyone with a cheap receiver.
Size: 4 x 5 3/4 x 1/4" – Opens to 8"
Weight: 3 oz
Materials: Nappa Leather
Product Typetravel leather passport RFID shield wallet
- Customer Reviews
Average Customer Rating:Showing 5 of 37 reviews. (Show All Reviews)
By Diana Wright, Seattle, WA in November, 2012
Bitter disappointment, several of them
Ordered purple. Got brown. Not enough time to exchange before trip.
Wallet much too tight, too stiff. It is intended to hold passport, money, cards. Very difficult to use.
It is not the wallet's fault that my first day in Rome I lost it, along with the passport, money and cards it contained. That was the fault of the Magellan bag with the incredibly slippery lining that let everything float out whenever I reached for something.
The American Embassy in Rome is lovely to visit, and very gracious about replacing passports, but you do need $120 to do so.
By Anonymous, Clackamas, OR in October, 2012
This is just a perfect for my passport. I can carry some credit cards, drivers license and passport in one wallet.
By Anonymous, LA in October, 2012
The wallet is a very nice piece, but too large for my use.
By Bonnie M., CA in August, 2012
Passport Doesn't Fit
While this wallet has many advantages, the passport doesn't fit into the slot. It's just a tiny bit too small rendering this wallet useless to me for my international travel.
By Pamela S., Pittsboro, NC in July, 2012
Nappa RFID passport wallet
Excellent value and utility. Even with the necessary credit/medical etc. cards, passport and paper money the wallet was flat and compact in my Magellan travel purse, also an excellent investment that I will purchase AGAIN when this one wears out if it ever does!
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