The new virtual wallet is convenient, but convenience tends to come at a price. In this case, the price is reduced security. There are several threats a virtual wallet faces that a metal or leather wallet doesn’t.
Like any application, virtual wallets can be hacked. This can give thieves access to your money, your spending habits, and more. It’s easy for them to get into. All you need to do is use the wrong app, log into the wrong Wi-fi, or answer the wrong email. A physical wallet can’t be hacked, but it can be stolen. Our slim minimalist wallets, like our Ascent, have some ways to prevent theft. There’s an attachment point that can be clipped to a key ring, so the wallet won’t be easily stolen. It’s also slim enough to fit into almost any pocket, including those that a thief wouldn’t be able to reach easily. You could even keep it where thieves wouldn’t think to look, like a gym bag. To outsmart any thieves, the Ascent is your best friend.
In a similar vein to hacking, virtual wallets are susceptible to viruses. Your phone or computer could get infected with endless pop-ups, leaving you unable to access your wallet. Or worse, it could brick completely. In that case, you’d be out of luck. Of course, a physical wallet can’t fall victim to viruses. And if you want a wallet that’s good for both safety and fun, try a Trayvax Contour. It has a strong metal frame, which can be stainless steel, brass, or titanium.
It has a secure attachment point to keep it safe from any thieves. And not only is it a secure wallet, it’s fun to use. People will be curious about it as soon as you take it out of your pocket, and they’ll be impressed when you use your wallet to open a beer bottle. So, for a wallet that’s both secure and exciting, the Contour is the one for you.
Can a random solar flare or major snowstorm affect your wallet? If it’s a virtual one, yes. Anything that messes with power or radio signals can block access to a virtual wallet. You could be left without your cards, so getting gas or food would be nearly impossible. The best thing to do, then, would be to use a physical wallet when the weather is unpleasant. And the Trayvax Element is great in rain, snow, or sunshine. This tactical wallet can take a spill onto snowy ground without a problem, except needing a quick wipe. It can be fumbled, stepped on, or gotten a little wet, and still last for years. The secret is the top-grain leather and rugged stainless-steel frame. Take this wallet with you, and you won’t have to worry.
Nothing’s perfect, including wallets. Even physical wallets can have some issues. Lower-quality wallets can break easily, spilling your cards and cash all over the floor. That’s not a problem with a Trayvax wallet. Our wallets are not only strong, they’re built to last.
Take our popular Original 2.0. It’s made out of airplane-grade aluminum, stainless steel, and G10 finish. Even the paracord is military-grade. This wallet won’t give up easily. And not only will it be there for you, it’ll be there for your son. With our 65-year Heirloom Warranty, we guarantee it.
Physical wallets can also be dropped, lost, or stolen. But there are ways to prevent this too. The best way is with a lanyard or other attachment to your pocket, belt, or belt loop. If the attachment is strong enough, your wallet won’t fall too far, and you’ll feel a thief tugging on it. A good option is the Keyton clip. It’s a bit short, but it gets the job done, and it’s made from the same metal and leather as our wallets. You know it’ll last a lifetime with that quality. So even with these small issues, physical wallets still win out.
Physical wallets are more secure than virtual ones. Virtual wallets can be hacked, the devices they’re on can get viruses, and a solar flare or cell tower problem can put them out of commission. With physical wallets, these problems don’t exist. They’re tough and durable, and if you keep them secured in your pockets, you won’t have any issues with them disappearing. A Trayvax wallet will keep all your precious cards safe for life.
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