Geek Daily Deals June 1 2020: Tinin Carbon Fiber and Metal Slim Wallet for $14
Carry all your needed cards and cash without bulging pockets with this carbon fiber and metal slim wallet for $14 today!
Carbon Fiber Wallet, Slim Money Clip & Minimalist RFID Blocking Front Packet, Aluminum Metal Wallet & Business Card Holder Billfolds:
RFID Blocking Technology: This money clip or business card holder can protect your private information and credit cards, ID card, passport, driver license from thieves’ scanning devices, ensure your private property safety. US GOVT. FIPS 201 APPROVED.
Money Clip & Elastic Webbing: Made of 304 stainless steel and carbon fiber, it can be used to hold cash and bills handy. Humanized and easy-to-use design, flexible elastic webbing on three sides greatly improved the card holding capacity, your card will not slip out easily. The card portion has a convenient cut out where with a simple thumb maneuver your cards are exposed for you to choose the one needed.
Slim & Ultra Light: Significantly thinner than traditional wallets, this RFID wallet can easily holds maximum 12 cards. You can use it to hold your ID card, credit cards, debit cards, driver license, club membership and so on. Ultra light and thick body makes it comfortable for daily life or travel.
High Quality and Good Appearance: 100 percent real carbon fiber RFID credit card holder which ensures long service life, 304 stainless steel metal clip, slim yet expandable build, you can enjoy a durable wallet with good touch and stylish simplicity.
Gift Box Packaging: Each wallet has gorgeous gift box packaging. Fashionable design card clip wallet is decent gifts for friends, husband or business partners in Valentine’s Day or birthday.
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