Travelling for business? Heading off with the guys or family? Keep your travel documents organised and easy to find with the RFIDsafe Z200. The durable, RFID blocking material and slash resistant metal chain help protect your essentials against possible theft, while the organisational compartments will keep you one step ahead of the hordes of other tourists and travellers.
- Anti-Theft Features
- RFIDsafe™ Blocking Pockets & Material
Most passports, credit cards and ID cards now contain a RFID micro-chip. This chip contains all your personal, sensitive information. Identity thieves are able to access this information from up to 10ft away with the help of an RFID reader. Our award-winning RFIDsafe blocking material prevents your data from falling into the wrong hands by blocking out virtually all transmissions between 10 MHz - 3 GHz, which covers the radio frequency used in e-passports, credit cards / smart cards and key cards.
- Turn & Lock Security Hooks
These small smart devices pack a whole lot of intelligence. The hook unfastens so that you can attach your bag to a secure fixture. What’s more, the smart hook has a special turning mechanism which actually locks the hook in place making it harder for a bag snatcher to make an easy getaway.
- Additional Features
Detachable metal chain that can be secured to belt loop or attached to the inside of a bag
Internal organisations for notes and cards
Zippered note slot
Outer zippered coin pocket
13 card slot including mesh slot
Mesh passport holder (fits Euro passport)
Boarding pass slip pocket
1 sideway compartment slot for print outs (itinerary)
Materials: (outer material) 600D Poly canvas, PU1000mm (lining) 200D Polyester, PU1000mm
Dimensions (H x W x D): 25 x 15.5 x 2.5 cm / 9.8 x 6.1 x 1.0 in
Weight: 220 g / 7.8 oz
Total chain length: 45 cm / 17.7 in
Patented in: USA 8365365.
O-RingReview by William
(Posted on 11/25/2016)
Price Value Quality
As an organizer, I love it, including the fact that it has a RFID defense. But buyer beware, if you're buying this like I did, because you thought that the chain would be useful in preventing a snatch-and-grab, think again, the chain is a rather useless feature in my opinion. All it will do is create a false sense of security.
The reason I say this, is because the ring that they use to attach the chain to the wallet, is a cheap piece of metal, typical to what you would use for a key ring. I gave the wallet a few modest test tugs and it warped very easily. So under a real situation where a thief would be doing a lot more than a tug, I'm fairly confident that the ring will fail very easily. (Which I plan to rectify by replacing with something more sturdy.)
It may act as a deterrent for someone trying to stealthy take it from you. But it most certainly will not hold up to a snatch-and-grab. A good pull from a running thief will undoubtedly break the ring holding the chain.