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March 8, 2014

The Sharkk Wallet

by Anne Paddock

When it comes to a wallet, having a place for bills, change, pictures and a few credit cards is not enough. Most retail stores – grocery, pharmacy, pet, chocolate, hardware, gym – and clubs – automobile, warehouse, and train – have membership cards so the dilemma is how to organize all these cards in a way to easily access them when needed. For years, I struggled with how to carry these cards around with me and tried everything from plastic card holders to rubber bands until I discovered the Sharkk: an innovative and durable wallet that keeps cards organized and easily accessible.img_1382

The Sharkk wallet is a lightweight accordion-style plastic wallet with an aluminum shell that provides strength, durability, and security. Impact and stain resistant, the Sharkk wallet is equipped with RFID (radio frequency identification) scanner protection to prevent card scanners from reading the magnetic tape on credit cards in the wallet. Made in a broad range of colors and weighing less than an ounce when empty, the Sharkk wallet is both lightweight and stylish with a modern design to please both men and women.sharkk-1500

The Sharkk wallet comes in two sizes: regular (3 x 4.25 x .75) or large (3.75 x 4.25 x .75). Both sizes have seven slots to hold 9 cards with the large size providing added height for single-fold cash storage. To read more about the Sharkk wallets, go to the company website:

To purchase a Sharkk wallet, go to where the regular sized wallet sells for $9.99 and the large wallet sells for $12.99, with free shipping for Prime members.

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