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In 2005 STEWART/STAND® introduced the world's first Anti-Identity Theft personal accessory. Our stainless steel wallet design naturally blocks RFID transmissions from credit cards, new passports + IDs that are RFID enabled.

Radio-Frequency IDentification, refers to information stored in a chip on a debit or credit card, driver’s license, or passport. STEWART/STAND® Stainless Steel Wallets + Accessories create a barrier protecting the data from unauthorized access.

This RFID enabled information is not protected and can be accessed without your knowledge: full name, billing zip, cc number/identification number, exp date, personal passport data.

(Less sensitive information on security access cards run on a different frequency, these cards are usually not affected by our wallets - such as office access passes + metro cards).


Four of our favorite videos that explain Identity Theft + RFID Technology. Short + sweet, take a few minutes to become an expert.

RFID demo at O'Reilly Emerging Tech Conference
BoingBoingTV + Pablos Holman, a Computer Hacker
and Futurist demonstrate retrieving a credit card
number, etc. In this presentation they use a
Stewart/Stand Stainless Steel Wallet to demonstrate
how to protect this sensitive information.

Adam Savage from « Myth Busters » on RFID
Adam Savage from the Discovery Channel
television show « Myth Busters ». During a Q&A
Savage explains why the producers did not pursue an
episode about RFID technology. Listen to why Adam
"got chills" thinking about it & his associate
"gets white in the face" when he thinks about RFID.

CNN report on Identity Theft + RFID Tech
Take an insider's tour of what happens when your
personal information is accessed. Dan Clements of
Card Cops works under cover to catch people who Buy
+ Sell personal identity information on the internet.
Explore the virtual black market where information
is bid on via underground chat rooms.

50 million+ RFID enabled credit & debit cards have
been issued since 2007. Over 20 million Americans are
affected by identity theft every year.

What is RFID - in plain English? Why is it great?
If you are still not sure what an RFID enabled
device is or if you think that you are not affected
by RFID technology, The Team High Rollers Show presents
a clear explanation of how our every day lives revolve
around this modern technology. Super simple, this video
tracks the use of RFID chips/tags from Manufacturer to
Consumer, from Logistics to Checkout-from Kellogs to You.


Mark Baard of The Boston Globe features the STEWART/STAND® Stainless Steel Wallet: Stylish wallets block rogue RFID readers. A line of gorgeous RFID blocking wallets from the Brooklyn Product Design Company Stewart/Stand will dazzle your friends, impress your date and protect you against forces unseen.


WIRED Magazine features our Stainless Steel Wallet design in their Gadgets section: Ever felt the need to replace your tattered, bulging, leather wallet? A new wallet made from industrial-grade stainless steel fabric promises to keep your money and credit cards safe - from rain, perspiration, spills and even identity thieves.