RFID Protection
Black Mala Leather Origin Concertina Credit Card Holder with RFID Protection 552 5
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Black Mala Leather Origin Concertina Credit Card Holder with RFID Protection 552 5Black Mala Leather Origin Concertina Credit Card Holder with RFID Protection 552 5Black Mala Leather Origin Concertina Credit Card Holder with RFID Protection 552 5

Black Mala Leather Origin Concertina Credit Card Holder with RFID Protection 552 5

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This popular soft black leather zip-around concertina debit or credit card holder by Mala Leather already has RFID blocking protection built in.

Supplied in the manufacturers box, this card holder for men features ten slots for credit / debit and membership cards.

These card holders have a strong zip around closure using the Mala zip puller to provide safe and secure storage for up to 10-14 cards. Together with smart strong Mala Leather branded blue fabric lining and dividers these cardholders not only look smart but are very practical too.

Compact in size and will fit easily in a shirt pocket with dimensions measuring 11 x 8 x 1.5 cm

Key Features

Colour:  Black
Brand:  Mala - Origin
Number of Credit Card Slots:  10

Additional Info

Radio Frequency Identification is commonly held in the microchips which are within credit or debit cards, identification cards and passports. This information can be accessed using a device such as a contactless payment machine to take a payment. Using a wallet with RFID protection within it can prevent this identification information from being stolen by individuals using other unauthorised skimming devices known as RFID Skimming. All our wallets from the Mala Leather Origin collection have RFID blocking protection which will keep your card information safe when the wallet is closed.

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