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Protect Your $$ With Dunhill


Over the years I've seen many business owners, who prefer to conduct business using cash, and they're often found, out shopping with enormous amounts of money in their wallets. Do you walk around with large sums of money in you're wallet? Well, if this is you, or maybe someone you know, then maybe you should take some interest in this next product. Created by Dunhill, a company that caters to the needs of the discerning man, from formal and casual menswear, to handcrafted leather goods through to fine men's jewellery and timepieces, comes the QGK0169 Biometric Wallet. Here's what's so special about this wallet...
"Virtually indestructible, the dunhill Biometric Wallet will open only with touch of your fingerprint.
it can be linked via Bluetooth to the owner’s mobile phone – sounding an alarm if the two are separated by more than 5 metres! This provides a brilliant warning if either the phone or wallet is stolen or misplaced.
The exterior of the wallet is constructed from highly durable carbon fibre that will resist all but the most concerted effort to open it, while the interior features a luxurious leather credit card holder and a strong stainless steel money clip."



Of course this level of security and fashion doesn't come cheap retailing for $825(US) which I believe can only be purchased through a Dunhill retail shop. Interested? Then click here to find a store near you.

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  1. So I guess when you get home at night, you need to make sure you wallet is next to your phone at all times? LOL.

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