SUPERANFITRIONE

SUPERANFITRIONE Wallet – RFID protection

175 €

HANDMADE IN GERMANY – craftsmanship: every wallet is individually made by hand

100% GENUINE LEATHER – 2 different leathers: calf and lamb – origin in South German, North Italy and South Africa (lamb) – ecologically compatible processing of tanning and dyeing under the EU Community Directive for Environment and Quality Standards in Italy

Colors: black, brown, grey

Measurements: 11,0 x 9,0 x 1,5 cm approx.

Characteristics: 10 credit card slots, interior money steel-clip, logo embossment, soft and luxurious touch

SUPERBOLO

SUPERBOLO Wallet – RFID protection

260 €

HANDMADE IN GERMANY – craftsmanship: every wallet is individually made by hand

100% GENUINE LEATHER – 3 different leathers: calf and lamb – origin in South German, North Italy and South Africa (lamb) – ecologically compatible processing of tanning and dyeing under the EU Community Directive for Environment and Quality Standards in Italy

Colors: black, brown, grey

Measurements: 12,0 x 9,3 x 2,5 cm approx.

Characteristics: 8 credit card slots, coin pocket, bill compartment, 2-way folding, logo embossment, soft and luxurious touch

SUPERGUARDIA

SUPERGUARDIA Key Chain

95 €

HANDMADE IN GERMANY – craftsmanship: every key chain is individually made by hand

100% GENUINE LEATHER – 2 different calf leathers – origin in South Germany and North Italy – ecologically compatible processing of tanning and dyeing under the EU Community Directive for Environment and Quality Standards in Italy

colors: black, brown, grey

Measuremens: 13,0 x 4,0 cm approx.

Characteristics: detachable split ring system, logo embossement

RFID

What is RFID protection?

Shielding

In an effort to prevent the passive “skimming” of RFID-enabled cards or passports, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) issued a set of test procedures for evaluating electromagnetically opaque sleeves. For shielding products to be in compliance with FIPS-201 guidelines, they must meet or exceed this published standard. Shielding products currently evaluated as FIPS-201 compliant are listed on the website of the U.S. CIO’s FIPS-201 Evaluation Program. The United States government requires that when new ID cards are issued, they must be delivered with an approved shielding sleeve or holder.

There are contradicting opinions as to whether aluminum can prevent reading of RFID chips. Some people claim that aluminum shielding, essentially creating a Faraday cage, does work. Others claim that simply wrapping an RFID card in aluminum foil only makes transmission more difficult and is not completely effective at preventing it.

Source: wikipedia