1. What Is RFID And How Does The Wallet Protect Against It?
Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) is the use of radio waves to read and capture information stored on a tag attached to an object. A tag can be read from up to several feet away and does not need to be within direct line-of-sight of the reader to be tracked. All of our wallets block RFID with the two aluminum inner plates.
2. What Is The Difference Between The Cash Strap And Money Clip?
The Cash Strap is a thin and versatile elastic. Ideal for carrying: cash, ID's, or RFID-enabled cards. The cash strap wallets also include a cash strap plate to hold down your cash securely! The Money Clip is a traditionally styled clip made from spring steel. Ideal for carrying: cash, RFID-enabled cards, or business cards.
3. How Much Cash Can The Ridge Wallet Hold?
• Cash Strap: 1-15 bills
• Money Clip: 1-12 bills
4. How Many Cards Can A Max Muller Wallet Hold?
The Ridge Wallet has an internal elastic band that can expand and contract to hold anywhere from 1-12 cards securely.
5. What Is The Difference Between Carbon Fiber And The Other Materials?
Carbon Fiber is made in sheets and then filled with resin. Since the fibers aren't oriented in any particular direction, the finished part is strong all around, while remaining light.
6. Does Airtag included in our order?
No the Apple Airtag is not included in our product.