Circuit Board Wallet With RFID Blocking and Resistors

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Introduction: Circuit Board Wallet With RFID Blocking and Resistors

About: I'm a full stack web developer focusing on security and privacy.

i used this instructable to build myself a new wallet. I decided to add some accents like velcro closures, aluminum tape to block RFIDs and resistors on the front to give it an ultra geeky look. Now when i pull out my wallet, i get gasps!

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    5 Discussions

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    Henrypi14
    Henrypi14

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Dear All ,

    Good day ! This is Henry ,from Shenzhen Tekn Energy Electronic Co., ltd. Located in Shenzhen China ,

    with 300 employees, a professional PCB manufacturer .

    We specialized in PCB field for many years ,with good quality and pretty competitive price . It is our

    honor to do services for you,help you reduce purchase cost and create profit .

    Any further interest, welcome contact us by e-mail,click reply.

    Best Regards,

    Henry

    Overseas sales Dept.

    Shenzhen Tekn Energy Electronic Co., Ltd

    Tel:+86-75529686982 Fax:+86-75529686981

    Skype: henrypi2012

    URL: www.szte-pcb.com

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    sidvasu
    sidvasu

    10 years ago on Introduction

    buddy nice work... awsme sir ji... will u pls mail me the steps on my id.. siddhantjain23@gmail.com.. i knw it is bit weird to ask.. but i hope u will reply... thanku ji.. sidvasu..

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    MicroKID
    MicroKID

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Please show us the steps and items needed to make one. We all need this! (Barclay's bank is now pushing "non-touch" credit cards to users.)

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    frenzy
    frenzy

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    the instructions are up above in a previous instructable. i just got alumnium tape from the hardware store and put it on the inside of the wallet. i feel kinda weird repeating someone's instructable with only one real modification.