Secrid Miniwallet Art Rijksmuseum Flowers (Limited Ed.)
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Secrid has created a collection of wallets inspired by Dutch masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Still lives of flowers were a popular subject in the Golden Age of Dutch art and Jacob Vosmaer is regarded as a preeminent painter of the genre. Vosmaer’s masterpiece can be found in the Rijksmuseum’s Gallery of Honour. The richness of colour in Vosmaer’s composition makes this wallet an ideal fashion accessory.
Supple Italian calf leather serves as the base for the Art collection. The art works have been printed on the leather in exquisite detail. Showing the smallest details such as the cracks in the paint. An engraving on the inside of the wallet tells of the paintings and in which museum it can be found.
Based on the Secrid Cardprotector, the Miniwallet is both a compact and secure wallet. In addition to the cards in the Cardprotector, the interior offers space for a few cards, paper money, receipts, business cards and some coins. A special anodised aluminium casing prevent the cards from damaging, falling out and digital pickpockets. The Secrid cardholder is designed and made in Holland and has won the prestigious Red Dot Design Award.
The Miniwallet is compact and, because of the press stud closure, easy to carry.
The Card Protector compartment can hold up to six cards with embossing.Some cards have thickened letters, this is called embossing. You can store up to six cards in the Cardprotector, including one with embossing. Or up to five cards, three of which with embossing.
RFID/NFC cards are not safely stored in a regular wallet. RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) or NFC (Near Field Communication) cards have a chip and an antenna for wireless communication. These cards, such as the public transportation pass, new credit cards and admission tickets, can be activated, selected and copied from up to many metres away, without you noticing. The Secrid Cardprotector works as a firewall in your wallet.
To safely use an RFID/NFC card, you slide it out 3 cm from the Cardprotector; the sensitivity for the radio signal is then substantially reduced, but still sufficient for contact over short distances. By minimising the time duration and signal strength, you remain outside the reach of digital pickpockets.