The Cardprotector is the heart of Secrid's collection and their most minimal wallet. Here is one of the newest colourways, Sand.
For centuries, cash served as the primary method of payment. The arrival of high-tech cards caused a rapid replacement of these traditional means. This new era of technology calls for a new type of wallet. One that protects your cards and money, but also your privacy.
The patented mechanism allows you to slide out your cards with one simple motion, ready for immediate use. The aluminium casing protects from bending, breaking and unwanted wireless communication.
Thanks to a patented mechanism and the aluminium casing of the Cardprotector, your cards remain protected even during use. By revealing only a portion of the cards, the sensitivity for the radio signal is substantially reduced but sufficient for contact over short distances. By minimising the exposure, you remain outside the reach of digital pickpockets, even while using your cards.
Boxed in a branded Secrid box.
Holds 4-6 cards
Size: 63 x 102 x 8mm
Made in Holland
Weight: 48 g
Note: Images feature other colourways and products for demonstration purposes
No more bending and breaking
Sitting on a traditional wallet in your back pocket causes plastic cards to bend and become more liable to break. With an aluminium cardprotector, Secrid wallets protect your cards while remaining small enough to fit in any pocket. You can choose to have the cardprotector along, as is the case here in Black, or choose a wallet that has space for notes and other items as well as the patented cardprotector at its core
RFID / NFC protected
Modern cards, such as travel cards, creditcards and access cards, contain a chip and antenna for wireless communication. These RFID (Radio-Frequency IDentification) or NFC (Near Field Communication) cards increase convenience, but consequently the risks too. They can be read, activated and cloned from a metre away, without you noticing. The Cardprotector protects your cards from these kinds of unwanted wireless communication.