Suitable For all currencies with photo ID pocket
Made from 100% kangaroo leather
we do not use lining in any part of the wallet.
Wallet includes 6 card pockets, zipped cash and coin pocket, a receipts pocket , 2 hidden pockets and a photo ID pocket.
Add a gift box with our specially formulated leather cream and sponge applicator
Add personalised embossing initials only Available in 2 fonts
measurements 24.5cm x 9cm open
12.5cm x 9cm closed
The ACME Roo Wallet
In addition to being the lightest leather available, kangaroo leather is also hailed for being the strongest due to its unique fibre structure which has next to zero fat content. In fact, kangaroo leather is known for being 10 times the tensile strength of cowhide and 50% stronger than goatskin.
ENSURES ULTIMATE DURABILITY
This means that small leather luxury goods created from it offer ultimate durability. The unique fiber structure is what makes kangaroo hide incredibly strong and this means that small leather luxury goods created from it offer ultimate durability and a product that will last.
OFFERS RAW STYLE
Due to kangaroo leather being naturally thin with extreme strength, there’s no need for heavy splitting and shaving which is a common practice used for other raw materials. As a result, all of the natural markings are left on the leather for an absolutely show-stopping, dapper and raw style that you simply can’t get from anything else.
IS KNOWN FOR ITS ONE-OF-A-KIND FIBER STRUCTURE
Put all of that together and it’s no surprise that kangaroo leather is known for its one-of-a-kind fiber structure. While other hides often contain fibers in a weaving pattern, kangaroo fibers have a unique orientation of fiber bundles that run parallel to the skin surface. It’s unlike anything out there available on the market, offering lightweight, breathable accessories that are equally stylish, strong and durable.
CARE FOR YOUR WALLET
We are so confindent in the quality of this product we offer a 5 year warranty on all of our kangaroo wallets.
Please use the specially formulated leather cream we have provided if you purchase the gift box or choose from the 25g 50g or 250g tubs and over time your wallet will age beautifully.
6 RFID Blocking Materials
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a technology that uses radio waves to transmit data wirelessly between a reader and a passive tag attached to an object. The tag contains a microchip and an antenna, and it is activated by the reader’s radio waves, which allow it to transmit its data back to the reader. RFID is used in a variety of applications, including access control, inventory management, and payment systems.
There are several materials that can block RFID signals and prevent the tag from being read by the reader. Some of the most common materials used to block RFID signals include:
Metal is a highly effective RFID signal blocker, as it reflects radio waves and prevents them from penetrating the material. This is why RFID tags are often placed on the inside of metal objects, such as credit cards, to protect them from being read by unauthorized readers. Metal can be used to block RFID signals by surrounding the tag with a metal layer, or by using a Faraday cage, which is a metal enclosure that blocks electromagnetic fields.
Water is another material that can block RFID signals, as it absorbs radio waves and prevents them from penetrating the material. This is why RFID tags are not typically used in aquatic environments, as the water would block the signal. Water can be used to block RFID signals by surrounding the tag with a layer of water, or by using a water-filled container to block the signal.
Concrete is a porous material that can absorb RFID signals and prevent them from being transmitted. This can make it difficult to use RFID technology in concrete structures, such as parking garages or warehouses. Concrete can be used to block RFID signals by surrounding the tag with a layer of concrete, or by using a concrete-filled container to block the signal.
Leather is a porous material that can absorb RFID signals and prevent them from being transmitted. This can make it difficult to use RFID technology in leather products, such as wallets or bags. Leather can be used to block RFID signals by surrounding the tag with a layer of leather, or by using a leather-covered container to block the signal.
A Faraday cage is a metal enclosure that is designed to block electromagnetic fields, including RFID signals. Faraday cages are often used to protect electronic equipment from interference, and they can also be used to block RFID signals. Faraday cages can be used to block RFID signals by enclosing the tag in a metal enclosure, or by using a metal-lined container to block the signal.
There are also specialized materials that are specifically designed to block RFID signals. These materials are typically made of metal-infused fabric or metal foil, and they can be used to make RFID-blocking wallets, bags, and other accessories. RFID-blocking materials can be used to block RFID signals by surrounding the tag with a layer of the material, or by using an RFID-blocking container to block the signal.
In conclusion, there are several materials that can block RFID signals, including metal, water, concrete, leather, Faraday cages, and RFID-blocking materials. These materials can be used to protect RFID tags from being read by unauthorized readers, or to prevent RFID technology from being used in certain environments or structures. By surrounding the tag with a layer of the blocking material, or using a container made of the blocking material, it is possible to effectively block RFID signals and prevent the tag from being read.