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What are the Parliament, the Senate, and the Secretary?
The Parliament is a leather bi-fold wallet, designed for minimalists with a need to carry more. It has room for over ten cards along with some cash or coins; it also offers RFID protection for up to six cards. It’s also compatible with our solar-powered Tracker Card, to make sure you never misplace your wallet again.
The Senate is a cardholder, not a bi-fold wallet. Despite its sleek profile, it can actually carry more cash than the Parliament. There’s also room for seven or more cards, and RFID protection for up to six cards. It’s also compatible with our solar-powered Tracker Card, to make sure you never misplace your wallet again.
The Secretary is our most minimal offering, and our slimmest RFID proof wallet as well. It has room for up to seven cards, along with a secret pocket for cash or coins.
THE PARLIAMENT WALLET
THE SENATE CARDHOLDER
Can I put paper or metal cards inside my Ekster wallet?
The Senate and the Parliament are cardholder wallets, designed for standard credit card-sized plastic cards. We advise you not to use paper or metal cards in these wallets. Paper may jam the mechanism, and metal cards may be prone to sliding out easily.
The Secretary is designed to hold any card you can fit inside it, so you can put your paper and metal cards inside it.
How do I get rid of stains in the leather?
Leather can be prone to stains, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get rid of them. If stains appear on your wallet, use a damp cloth without any cleaning substances to gently wipe the surface. If the stain proves to be stubborn, use leather cleaners that are designed to clean the stain, but not the leather’s dye. Here are some suggestions on the cleaners you can use.
Can Ekster wallets hold coins?
Ekster wallets are designed for minimalists who still want to carry enough cards, with some coins or cash. If you still carry coins or cash frequently, The Secretary is the best wallet for you as it has a hidden pocket made for them. The Parliament and the Senate can hold up to four coins without adding too much bulk; however, we advise you not to store coins in your cardholder wallets, as it can damage the leather.
I have my wallet, but where is my cardholder?
Don't worry, your cardholder is part of your new Parliament or Senate! If you hold your wallet upright, you'll be able to insert a stack of four to six cards (depending on how many are embossed) into the opening. Push the stack of cards all the way in until they're flush with the top of the cardholder. You can now push the trigger to eject your cards in a staggered manner.
What does RFID stand for, and what does it do?
RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification, which comes embedded in chips in most credit or debit cards issued in the last decade. These chips are a convenient way to store and transmit data wirelessly. When you hold your card next to a reader and pay without entering a code, that’s RFID!
What is RFID skimming? How do I protect my cards from it?
While RFID chips are immensely useful, there is also the danger that someone could use a counterfeit reader to pick up your RFID information against your will. These counterfeit RFID readers could pull or delete data simply by walking near you on the street. That’s RFID skimming, but you don’t need to worry about it when you use an Ekster wallet. The RFID protection in our wallets keeps you 100% protected against data theft.