Saturday, May 28, 2016

RFID Blocking Travel Wallet by Revere

This travel wallet might remind you of it but it is definitely not your father’s fanny pack. It is slim, lightweight, spacious, and discreet. It can easily be used under a shirt or a coat if needed for privacy or security. The travel wallet belt has two zippered compartments. The front one if a bit smaller but still fits my Samsung Note perfectly, it even has space after placing the phone in. It also provides cable access so that headphones or earbuds can be in use without having to remove the phone from the compartment. That is one of my favorite features of this wallet as it protects the phone without limiting its use or my choices. The bigger compartment is spacious, and has a mesh inside that is divided into two sections; One section works great as a passport holder, while the smaller section could be use to conveniently place money, or credit cards. The bigger compartment also is lined with silvery gray fabric that is RFID blocking. The back of the wallet has a soft cushioned wall which makes it very comfortable to wear. The belt secures at the front left side of the wallet with a plastic slim buckle; It is also adjustable, and comfortable when against the skin. The whole wallet is anti tear, and water resistant. I don’t know if it was intentionally designed that way but I like that the front pocket that hold the phone is a bit translucent because if I receive a call from one of my contacts I can sort of see and recognize the who is calling without having to remove the phone from the pouch by their display photo.

Altogether, this Revere travel pouch was design for traveling as it keeps all the important documents on the traveler itself, it is secure and offers privacy which can be translated to security when traveling. I have not found anything about this travel wallet that I might want to change or improved as I believe that it works perfectly as it is.

Disclosure: I received this item in exchange for my sincere, and impartial assessment. My opinion is always based on mine, and my family’s experiences with the product. I have no relationship with the seller, and there were no promises regarding the outcome of my review.


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