We use our wallets in completely different ways than we did just a decade ago, let alone any longer than that. Cash is no longer king. It’s a plastic world, and even that will often give way to digital payments. For a wallet designed for your needs, consider a wallet that will work with you, such as the Ekster Parliament Wallet. It protects your cards and is stylish to boot.
Ekster claims to design the most efficient smart wallets available, allowing you to live a smart, secure lifestyle while not compromising your style. The company’s goal is to design wallets to “give people access to their cards with just a push of a button.” It does this with RFID/NFC technology to protect against wireless skimming and data theft and top-grain leather craftsmanship.
Outlets such as Forbes, Engadget, CNET, and CBS have all covered these ultra-slim wallets. The Ekster Parliament Wallet stores up to nine cards, giving you enough space to store your various cards, including credit and insurance cards, both auto and medical.
If you are in quick need of your wallet and can’t find it at the moment, you can find it by tracking it with your phone by adding a tracking card, available separately. All three major voice assistants – Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant – can be used with the wallet as well.
Additionally, this smart wallet is the first to include solar-powered tracking technology. Only requiring 800 lux to charge it to maximum capacity, it doesn’t need contact with the sun to get a sufficient charge. It only needs three hours of sunlight to last two months.
Ekster claims, “If James Bond had a wallet, this would be it.”
The Parliament Wallet is available in seven colors. Until June 21, you can take 35% off the usual price of the wallet with the Father’s Day Code DAD35 to get it for just $57.85. Add a tracking card that is reduced to $31.85 with the discount.
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