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Product description

Fintie, a quality product within your reach! 

Brand: Fintie
Style: Minimalist Card Wallet
Feature: ID Window amp; Key Ring amp; RFID Blocking
Material: Premium composition leather

Structure:
1 ID window
1 zippered currency pocket for cash, receipt or bills
1 key ring
Multifunction keeps your everyday essentials neatly organized

This is an ultra slim design ID keychain wallet fit for the most credit card with an ID card shot and keyring, light in weight (0.8oz only) and super slim figure (only 0.4 inches thickness).
The ID window outside means you can access to ID Card, Driver License, School ID or Office ID quickly. This coin purse has adequate spaces for holding several cards, coins, small change, folded bills or receipts.
It is small enough to put in your pocket or bag. RFID blocking material will make your money and identity safe. It is a super sleek fashion accessory that makes everything easier.

What's in the Box: "br" 1 x Slim Coin Purse

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