Houghton, MI (PRWEB) August 24, 2016
The new Travel Keeper Passport ID Holder and RFID Neck Travel Organizer is equipped with anti-theft lining for RFID protection keeping personal information safe from identity theft. It can be worn around the neck, across the body, or concealed under clothing for additional security and to deter pickpockets. Additionally it is constructed of durable Ripstop Nylon with two layers of breathable moisture wicking fabric backing for maximum comfort.
A soon to be favorite, the Travel Keeper Passport ID Holder and RFID Neck Travel Organizer is ideal for vacations, shopping, amusement parks, parades, biking, or any place you need to keep your valuables safely with you while keeping your hands free. Individuals can carry passports, id's, boarding passes, cash, credit cards, cell phones, and keys.
“We’re excited to add the new Travel Keeper to our growing line of travel products. What makes this product unique is that it was designed specifically with a durable no-tear strap. Other neck travel wallets tend to catch on velcro or other items reducing its strength and quickly becoming unsightly. It also features a metal strap bucket for added strength. It’s also lightweight making it less cumbersome to carry around your neck,” said company officials.
Additionally, with 3 zippered pockets, 2 velcro pockets, back pocket, and windowed front pocket you are sure to have plenty of room to keep things organized. The Travel Keeper - Passport ID Holder and RFID Neck Travel Organizer Wallet can be used everywhere from trips to Europe to the local mall; everyone will have the ability to keep their valuables conveniently with them.
Currently offered in black, with plans to offer additional options in the future, the Travel Keeper - Passport ID Holder and RFID Neck Travel Organizer Wallet is available immediately at http://bit.ly/29CWLvE.
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