This ultra-slim RFID wallet is designed to also repel germs


TL;DR: As of Feb. 18, this RFID Antimicrobial Copper Wallet is on sale for just $85.

Searching for a new wallet? How about one that takes up minimal pocket (or purse) space, is equipped with wireless theft protection, and is designed to repel germs and bacteria?

The RFID Antimicrobial Copper Wallet from Grid checks all of those boxes. It’s made completely out of copper, which makes it naturally antimicrobial. The material itself has recently been registered at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as the first solid antimicrobial material of its kind. It was found to kill up to 99.8 percent of bacteria on its own surface in just a three-hour period. It certainly doesn’t mean you should place it on a public bathroom sink and stick it back in your pocket without washing your hands, but it may give you better peace of mind setting it down when you’re out and about.

Now that you know it works to resist bacteria, let’s get into the functions that’ll make you want to carry this accessory every day. Since it holds up to 12 credit cards, you won’t have to keep your old bulky wallet in a spare drawer or something while you take this one out. You can get rid of your old video rental cards and finally redeem your coffee punch cards, as this’ll be the only wallet you ever need. Since it has a built-in money clip on the exterior, it’s also great for cash.

It’s also equipped with RFID technology, so you’ll be protected from wireless theft as you use it. RFID blocks work to protect your credit card scan codes from thieves who could be trying to steal your information.

Grab the Grid RFID Antimicrobial Copper Wallet for just $85 for a limited time.

Prices subject to change.

Credit: Grid Wallet