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Was your wallet ever stolen? Do your children or someone in your household steal money from your wallet while it is unattended?Do you want to conceal your personal information and hard cash in a wallet that only YOU can open and have access to? Devices such as mobile phones and portable media players are very attractive to thieves.

If you answered YES to any or all of these questions, then you need the iWallet! The only high tech wallet developed by engineers that work in projects with NASA. Thankfully technology can help prevent valuable gadgets falling into the wrong hands.

One way to keep your wallet safe is ensuring that no-one else can get to the contents of it – that’s the idea behind the iWallet.

It has a hard case with a fingerprint reader which requires the rightful owner to swipe their finger before the wallet opens up.

Being Bluetooth-enabled also means it can be paired with a handset that alerts the user when the wallet is removed and the connection drops off.

Bluetooth only has a limited range so an alarm is triggered when a mobile phone and the iWallet are separated by more than a few metres.

The inventor, Steven Cabouli, said he came up with the idea after falling victim to a pickpocket.

I was at a busy airport overseas, and someone stole my wallet. I felt so bad, my identity was stolen, everything,” he said.

“It occurred to me to come up with something hi-tech. I looked around, there was nothing out there. So I decided to create my own hi-tech wallet.

So, what are you waiting for? Buy iWallet now for US$ 399.0.

Source: Engadget via iWallet

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