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Inscribe Wallets Black Gold

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Material

Genuine Cowhide Leather and Stitched for Lasting Durability. 

Stainless Steel Logo.

Design

Modern, Minimalist and Timeless Design.

Extremely Convenient for Travel.

Designed in San Luis Obispo, California

Features

2 Front pockets - 1 Back Pocket - 1 Secret Pocket with Pull Tab

RFID protected secret pocket:  Tested to keep your credit cards safe from wireless theft.

Secret Pocket with Pull-Tab:  Reveals cards and folded money when tab pulled out. 

Holds up to 8 cards and a few folded notes.

Elegant Packaging:  Great for Gifts.

Unique Features

Holds Inscribe Pen

Holds Inscribe Journal

Funded on Kickstarter

Dimensions

120mm x 80mm | 4.7in x 3.15in

Weight

0.022 kg | 0.8oz 

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Addition Information on RFID Blocking Security Around the Secret Pocket

We've designed a Secret Pocket in between the front and back side of the Inscribe Wallets. The Secret Pocket is surrounded by an RFID-blocking material. Anything inside the Secret Pocket blocks devices that attempt to steal your information wirelessly. 

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08/14/2017
Kimberly N.

A fabulous purchase

Over time I've become THAT person who is forever without pen and paper at the most crucial moments, until now. Having the journal and pen integrated into the wallet has meant that remembering notes can be easily retreived rather than scrambling around for misplaced scraps of paper. The appearance of the wallet is elegant and has a nice fit with pockets to which I've received compliments on its function and form. It's comforting to know that the wallet not only provides security to your belongings with the RFID feature, but that it allows the user to maintain a level of tactility with pen and paper in an ever-growing digital age of forefinger swipes and thumb prints.

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