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20% off SECRID wallets - London Luggage Co
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20% off SECRID wallets - London Luggage Co

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Posted 30th Sep 2018

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I've been looking for slim wallets to cut down on the bulky conventional wallet I normally carry. The challenge is I need a lot of cards, and whilst there's lots of expandable slim wallets, they can be fiddly to access the cards you need and notes are usually held in the form of a money clip.

I came across the SECRID range today and it looks like a good choice, it has plenty of card carrying capability and a very slick mechanism that present the cards in an easy to pick manner. The London Luggage Company currently have 20% off and free monogramming / free standard delivery.

I've actually gone for the twinwallet which is a bit pricier than the mini, but even with the extra card slots, it's still quite a bit smaller than my current wallet.

Not the cheapest choice, but quality seems high and the card mechanism is slick and reliable. You also get the benefit of RFID / NFC protection too.

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No RFID?
Been on the hunt for one of these, ordered.
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Just bear in mind that the secure bit is marketing. Whilst it's possible for people to steal money that way thieves would have to spend a considerable amount of time and money to accomplish it. They can spend less time and effort on other means of getting a lot more money and so typically chose the easier path!
iwilliams5423 m ago

No RFID?


Do you mean RFID protection?

"You also get the benefit of RFID / NFC protection too."

matmajot15 m ago

Just bear in mind that the secure bit is marketing. Whilst it's possible …Just bear in mind that the secure bit is marketing. Whilst it's possible for people to steal money that way thieves would have to spend a considerable amount of time and money to accomplish it. They can spend less time and effort on other means of getting a lot more money and so typically chose the easier path!


It is marketing for all these products, but NFC readers are dirt cheap these days, so it's not expensive or necessarily difficult. In most environments NFC skimming is unlikely, in a crowded environment though it would make a lot of sense and be relatively easy. The reality is though the only way to skim fraudulently is with a POS reader, anyone using one would soon get found out.

It's not the reason I bought it though, it's just a nice slick wallet and cards are a pain in a conventional wallet, especially if it gets overloaded.
Edited by: "alweekes" 30th Sep 2018
iwilliams5433 m ago

No RFID?


I have the mini wallet and the cards go into the metal card holder and these are advertised as rfid - good find op
" Need a lot of cards " ?
The way this holds cash looks awkward. The notes are folded, not like in a conventional wallet. Looks very bulky for a trouser pocket too. I can't find anything better in that kind of style but I prefer this kind of wallet as it's smaller and easier to get at your cash


amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Lovely little wallets. I have the black prism one....got mine from Little Green Bag online...cheaper too. Great for cards, but if you like carrying loads of cash too then look elsewhere.
It keeps cards nice and straight too with a cool card ejection method.
Edited by: "sxxychocolate" 30th Sep 2018
I’ve had one of these for a couple of years but prefer it without the button as I think that gives an unnecessary additional bulk.
Enda30th Sep

I’ve had one of these for a couple of years but prefer it without the b …I’ve had one of these for a couple of years but prefer it without the button as I think that gives an unnecessary additional bulk.


Aye I think I'd prefer the Slim Wallet to the Mini Wallet, but can't find one for this price. Suppose the stud closure helps keep it shut if you need to carry a lot of cash, but there are so few situations where you need to do that.
Edited by: "swayndo" 2nd Oct 2018
The one listed looks way to big and bulky.

I use this which holds about 9 cards if required, plus money can be folded and put in behind the car section or licence holder. I've been using one for about a year, no issues so far.
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