Lifeventure RFiD Charging Wallet

Lifeventure RFiD Charging Wallets are ideal for keeping your bank cards and money safe whilst also providing a charging point for your phone.

The outer and inner fabric skins are manufactured from lightweight abrasion resistant woven nylon fabrics, with a PU coating to help protect against the elements. An elasticated Velcro closure flap ensures the wallet stays shut no matter how bulging your wallet is, providing extra protection for the contents.

When opened, this wallet has six credit card slots with one with an ID window, and two full length note pockets. On the outside of the wallet there is a zipped coin pouch that is not RFiD protected, allowing the use of contactless payments and travel cards when required.

An internal charger pocket holds the slimline 2500 mAh power bank in place. Using the integrated micro USB and lightning adaptors, a phone can be fully charged on the go.

When the power bank itself need recharging, it can be plugged in to an energy source via its micro USB cable. LED lights indicate the level of charge, with a red light showing when the device is charging and a solid blue light to let users know when it is fully charged. 

RFiD features: This wallet shields the contents from radio frequency identification (RFiD) readers by stopping the information being transmitted through the nickel and copper coated polyester fabric, reducing the risk of identity theft from bank and credit cards.


Only 2 left in stock.
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  • American Express
  • Apple Pay
  • Diners Club
  • Discover
  • Google Pay
  • Maestro
  • Mastercard
  • PayPal
  • Shop Pay
  • Union Pay
  • Visa

RFiD Charging Wallet

Keep your money secure and your phone fully charged

Made in: China

RFID Protected: Yes

Dimensions: 110 x 90 x 20mm

Weight: 137g / 4.8oz

Colour: Grey


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