Bellroy Hide&Seek RFID Black

99.00 €
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  • Wallet for a classic man, against whom thieves don’t stand a chance. This is because the wallet is equipped with RFID foil, which will protect your payment cards from misuse. And there is also a hidden compartment for banknotes. It can hold up to 12 payment cards - the ones you use most often in the quick access compartments and those you use less frequently in the hidden compartment.

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  • Bellroy is a contemporary brand based in Melbourne, Australia. It puts its heart, soul and countless design hours into helping the world carry with greater simplicity and ease and has been doing so since 2010 when its very first wallet became available. Ever since then Bellroy focuses on its carrying mission, producing not only wallets but countless other high-quality and convenient products.

Classic look with a feeling of security

Traditional appearance and surprising capacity make Hide&Seek the best choice for those who are looking for something more. Hide&Seek fits all the banknotes and cards you may need and helps you to organize less used cards from those needed daily. High-value bills and several cards can be hidden in a secret compartment. Bellroy keeps up with trends not only in slimness but also in security; wallet has RFID foil that protects your cards from theft.

  • Holds 5-12 cards
  • 4 card compartments for quick access
  • RFID foil that will prevent your cards from being misused
  • Protected section for payment cards and business cards
  • Hidden banknote pocket
  • Dressed bovine leather (click for more information)
  • Extended 3-year warranty
  • Dimensions: 9.5 x 11.5 cm
  • Slim profile without copious leather
  • B Corp certified company 

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