KeySmart Urban Wallet + Tile Collection
KeySmart Urban Wallet + Tile Collection
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Product Description
KeySmart made waves with its key holders, but now the company is aiming to make new ones with a collection of wallets, three of which are offered here. They’re made with premium Tectuff leather and rigid card barriers to keep your cards in place Read More

Jul 20, 2019
Does this include the Tile or is this wallet only?
May 22, 2019
Here's a thing to consider, (the wallet looks pretty decent) but keep in mind that, never once has a credit card number been stolen via RFID from somebody's wallet before..  "In 2018 the Identity Theft Resource Center had never seen a case—and it still doesn’t recommend RFID protection. Slate also notes that modern RFID chips generate single-use codes,"
Jul 17, 2019
I like to carry my Metro Transit pass in my wallet, and I can just walk by the Transit scanner to get on the train, but that won't work with an RFID wallet.... I like the design of these wallets, but I wished they offer a non-RFID version.
Jul 19, 2019
You'd be surprised how ineffective these "protections" are. Basically RFID standard specifies few frequencies and each protection has to be specifically made for that frequency, since antennas resonate and produce power for chips in the cards. That said, there was a lecture where people tested many different protections against theft and found that none of them work. Basically they hinder a bit, but pretty much signal to noise ratio was good enough to read the contents of the card. There was one product planned (Guard Bunny) which sadly never went into production and that product was designed to power off of same radio waves but instead of emitting data and respecting RFID protocol, they used the power to jam the signal.
May 22, 2019
On the drop, it looks like the slim holds 9 cards. On it shows that it only holds 6 cards. Which is it?
May 21, 2019
Drop price for the bi-fold: $47 KeySmart price for the bi-fold: $49 Customer deal feeling: sigh.
Mar 11, 2019
Isn't $60 a bit much for a RFID wallet?
Do you have to fold USD bills to get them to fit? If not, what's the capacity?
Mar 8, 2019
What keeps these from passing radio frequencies between the card and reader? If you’re going to advertise Tech, you’ll make more sales if you explain the damn stuff. ;-) This guy makes some good points (one of them being that RFID protection is not really necessary in the USA) I like the looks of this, but it needs a longer thumb hole, to make quick selection of the seven credit cards easier, like the Vessel by Veered.
what is 'tectuff leather'
May 21, 2019