Ever wished wallets came with a combination lock, so your cash and cards can be as secure as whatever valuables you have stashed in the modular wall safe at home? Whether you have or haven’t, you now have the option to get one with a combination lock thanks to the Code Wallet.
Billed as a “pocket-sized vault,” it’s a wallet that you can use to hold cash, cards, and other small items just like every other billfold you’ve used over the years. Except, you know, there’s a combination lock that you’ll have to open every time you access the wallet, allowing you to lock it and prevent unauthorized persons from rifling through the contents.
The Code Wallet comes with a three-digit combination lock, so there’s 1,000 combination possibilities, making it just that much harder to crack. Since it’s going to be annoying to have to enter the combination every time you access the wallet, you can leave it unlocked by simply leaving the correct code in place. As soon as you change one digit, though, the lock engages for truly unrivalled wallet protection. Aside from the lock, a polycarbonate core construction with an integrated aluminum shield ensures it’s both durable enough to withstand drops and impenetrable to RFID hacking.
As for the wallet itself, it comes with seven separate interior compartments, with enough room to accommodate up to 12 cards or 50 folded bank notes. It’s slim, too measuring just 4.2 x 3.7 x 0.9 inches.
A Kickstarter campaign is currently running for the Code Wallet. Pledges to reserve a unit starts at €79.