RFID Theft Protection
Canceling your credit cards due to a lost or stolen wallet is a pain. Being a victim of RFID skimming is even worse. This form of theft uses high-frequency scanners (13.56 MHz) to duplicate credit card and passport information from a distance, without touching your wallet. Our RFID blocking products contain an ultra-thin layer of military-grade RFID blocking material to prevent information theft and give you peace of mind.
These pens are the perfect manifestation of design brilliance and work-a-day usefulness. I might also add that these pens are the smallest on the market at a wholly affordable price. It’s crazy what a gem this product is. It doesn’t go without saying that these pens make wonderful gifts!
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Best Ever ! ! !
I am now on my third - Holds much more than indicated, wore the first one out after nearly 10 years, lost the 2nd & happily on my third. Wears like Iron, has never ever failed me, holding cash, business & many many Credit cards. I used the "Sport Model" as a business card case & always had my cards available w/o having too much bulk in my pockets. Currently carry the RFID model; it is great as well. I recommend it highly for anyone who needs a large capacity wallet, taking up minimal space
Love this pen and miss it.
I had to replace a missing All-ett wallet recently and didn't order this little pen. There have been several times since mid-August that I've needed that dratted pen! I just have to replace it so I'm ordering another for my new wonderful leather wallet.
Great accessory for a great wallet.
Small enough so that it does not negate the wallet's ultra-slim design.
Good: it's TINY, fits anywhere, clips easily onto a notepad and stays there. Use it for a tieclip. Not so good: it's hard to hold onto and control, so that my handwriting looks like scribble and is hard even for me to read. Try writing with a toothpick and see how that feels. Also, clipping it into the wallet makes the fold not fold so neatly. Hint not provided by Allett about how to use the pen: twist it to get the writing point to emerge, twist it the other way to make the point disappear. Twist it a lot to get the refill out to replace it.