The trackable wallet that's difficult to loseAre you looking for a great Father’s Day present? If your loved one (they make them for women, too) tends to lose their wallet often (um, my dad), you might want to check out this new trackable wallet from Ekster. It’s known as the first trackable wallet and has been featured by CNET, CNN, Mashable, and many more for combining fashion with innovation. The 4.1” x 2.5” x 0.59” wallet has room for 4-6 cards and was designed by the Dutch. It features RFID/NFC-blocking technology to protect against skimming and private data theft and has a removable tracker card that makes sure you can keep track of your wallet’s location (you can “ring” it when it’s lost). Here’s more info and how to buy one (from $99).

 

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1 Comment On "The Trackable Wallet That's Difficult to Lose"
  1. Donald Mcgreggor|

    Great Wallet, I have similer one too, but I got mine from Mani Wonders. Mine is operatable through thumb unlike this one with a pinky.

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