Bellroy Note Sleeve RFID - Racing Green

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  • Note Sleeve is a practical wallet for banknotes and coins with added RFID foil to protect your cards from theft. It has a very slim profile and yet holds flat banknotes, a few coins, and up to 11 cards. Keep the three most often used cards in the easy-access slots and eight more in a hidden compartment with a practical pull tab. 

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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.

Practical and secure wallet for both banknotes and coins

Your wallet should fit your lifestyle. Note Sleeve has a premium design and slim profile. It strikes a fine balance between comfort and efficiency with a few design concepts that end bulging pockets. It holds flat banknotes, business cards, a few coins, and up to 11 cards - the three most important ones in quick access slots and the rest in a section with a pull tab. This version also has an RFID foil that protects credit cards from modern thieves.

  • It can hold unfolded banknotes and 4-11 cards
  • 3 quick access compartments and a pull tab section for less frequently used cards
  • Dressed bovine leather (click for more information)
  • Banknote pocket and a small compartment for change.
  • RFID foil that protects payment cards against theft.
  • Extended 3-year warranty
  • Dimensions: 10.3 x 8.5 cm
  • B Corp certified company


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