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Eject Your Cards From This Unloseable Wallet

Eject Your Cards From This Unloseable Wallet
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The Ekster Wallet is reimagining how we take out our cards to make payments

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 4 april 2016

Ekster, a new wallet maker, is rethinking the way we pull out our credit cards. Efficient, slim, secure, and accommodating your daily needs, the Ekster smart-wallet doesn’t unfold to reveal your plastic weapon of choice; instead, it ejects your cards at the click of a button. Cash gets stored using a removable strap to maintain the sleek design, so it can still fit in tighter pockets.

When lost or stolen, the Ekster wallet can be tracked through your phone, with no need for third party devices. It also works the other way around, should you lose your phone instead. When pressing the track button on your wallet, your phone will start ringing even if its on silent mode.

Perhaps the most significant feature of this wallet is the protection provided against wireless skimming and private data theft. Coupled with its ability to track and be tracked, the wallet offers one of the most physically secure storage spaces for any cash or card, packaged in a sleek and modern look.

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Currently available on Kickstarter, Ekster offers two different models: the Ekster Parliament and the Ekster Senate. The Parliament version is a bifold that maximizes storage space with a total of 12 slots for inserting your cards, a main cash pocket and a hidden back pocket. Senate is marketed as a minimalist version that’s stripped of tracking functionality and has only 5 slots. Both are available in black or coffee brown leather finishes, with the early bird offerings retailing at $75 USD for the Senate and $85 for Parliament.

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