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- Launched at the beginning of 2014, passport wallet (type ii) is a style variation of passport wallet (type I)
- Shields is 14443/15693 and epic gen1/gen2 contactless smart cards and rid tags
- For travel and daily use: holds one passport, 5 credit cards /id
- Provide protection for credit cards, debit cards, subway cards, enhanced drivers licenses
- Manufacture standard: flips 201 us electromagnetically opaque shield requirements
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Since 2006, many passports and ID issued by countries like US, Canada, Germany, UK etc., are embedded with radio frequency identification (RFID) chip. Many credit cards have this RFID chip embedded as well. The chips allow authorities or vendors to scan your ID or cards from a distance and collect you personal data. However, an unauthorized scanner can also steal your personal data without your awareness in the same way. This RFID Blocking Passport Wallet is a shield of your credit cards and passport from being scanned and is the best solution for your protection!
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 4.2 x 0.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00HX3876G
- Item model number: Type II
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 30, 2013
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but I tried to 'shield' the card I have to gain entrance to my condo. Now, I'm no engineer and I'm happy to be straightened out here but that buzzer was triggered and I entered easily.
On the other hand, I had a small metal 'wallet' style ordered elsewhere that blocked the transmission completely. (of course, it's too small to put your passport in but would hold many credit cards).
If the two electronic events are similar….the thief scanning the passport info and my getting into the building, then this is a nice wallet but no protection.
Again, if someone who knows what's up here can comment, I'd change this review immediately after my return from China.