Lifeventure RFiD Meya 25 Daysack

 

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Travel security Laptop Bag

As a hand luggage compatible laptop bag this rucksack lends itself to an exciting lifestyle.

This day sack is the perfect size for you to store your essentials while you explore, whether it be abroad or at home, with RFiD protected pockets to help keep your credit cards, identity cards and passports safe.

A great feature is the padded computer sleeve with integrated tablet sleeve which is nice and roomy for you business or collage needs!

AND THERE IS MORE: One large main compartment with zipped entry, 3 external pockets (2 with RFiD protection) and 1 Internal zipped mesh pocket & key fob; meaning you can carry everything you will need for a day! The air-mesh padded backsystem & shoulder straps, means the bag is super comfy and keeps you aerated when working hard.

Exceptionally durable as made of Nylon and Hypalon fabrics, can withstand an adventurous spirit.

A true travelers necessity!

Features:

  • Tough Nylon & Hypalon fabrics for durability
  • Large main compartment with zipped entry
  • 3 external pockets (2 with RFiD protection)
  • 1 Internal zipped mesh pocket & key fob
  • Air-mesh padded backsystem & shoulder straps
  • Meets hand luggage requirements for major airlines
  • Hidden ‘security’ passport pocket with RFiD protection
  • Padded laptop pocket with integral tablet sleeve
  • Anti-theft tamper-resistant zips for added security

How to know if your card is RFiD activated:

There is an image on your card like the one in the picture which shows that your card is RFiD activated:

Some common ways personal information can be extracted:

NOW the BIG question!!!! Do we REALLY need RFID protection?

If you look on the web long enough you will see plenty of opinions on this matter. But the basic facts and stats will help us show you why we think this is important.

Statistics from http://www.theukcardsassociation.org.uk/contactless_contactless_statistics/

Show us that between March 2015 and 2016 there was a 35.6% increase in contactless cards in the UK alone.  £1,508.4m was spent in March 2016 alone, a whopping 249.9% increase over the year.

That’s a significant increase in card use and RFID availability. The availability of the scanners to commit fraud has also increased, they are available on some well-known websites to buy for as little as £30.

In the UK there is a limit spend currently (June 2016) for £30 in one transaction, but if you are abroad this is not the case. If you’re popping over the sea to Europe there isn’t a limit.

Also when used in a foreign currency in the UK there is no limit currently (June 2016).

It’s also worth noting that with your passports and their new RFID signals to get an RFID protective travel case for them, please take a look in our related accessories for this.

The video below highlights other RFiD protection products that are available:




  • Features:
  • Weight: 780g
  • Dimensions: 480 x 160 x 287mm
  • Capacity: 25 Litres
  • Meets hand luggage requirements for major airlines
  • Hidden ‘security’ passport pocket with RFiD protection
  • Padded laptop pocket with integral tablet sleeve
  • Anti-theft tamper-resistant zips for added security

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