Thin King is a classic yet modern, truly original Finnish designed credit card case for men and women.
The unique hidden grip method securely holds 1 to 6 credit cards, ID cards, or other similarly sized cards. No need to worry about dropping your valuable cards.
Thin King credit card holder is compact and lightweight enough to fit any pocket or handbag discreetly. Thin King goes anywhere with you - whether you are going out for some drinks at the fanciest bars, traveling the world or enjoying your favorite physical activity outdoors, Thin King is the perfect protection for your credit cards. The strong & durable anodized aluminum frame keeps your cards protected from tear and wear and it also blocks the nasty RFID card scanners and skimmers keeping all your valuable information safe.
Choose from 7 colors to complement anything in your wardrobe or even your mood – from business to party or sports, there is a Thin King for all the occasions. Thin King fits your pocket, your wardrobe, and your budget better than an ordinary wallet.
Size: 64 x 88 x 9,8 mm Weight: 42 grams

Shake it! Cards won´t come out themselves.
Thin King’s frame is made out of high-grade anodized aluminum. The inside part is plastic. The strong metal structure makes it a durable and long-lasting companion.
We dare you to shake your Thin King well, the cards just won’t fall out, that is a promise. The unique hidden grip method securely holds up to 6 cards at the same time, but it also functions just as well with only one card. The mechanism will not harm you or your cards in any way.
Why only 6 cards?
If it could take 10 cards, it wouldn’t be small, light and discreet anymore and that is how we like our Thin Kings, light and discreet.  
What kind of cards fit in?
Well, basically all credit card sized cards – debit cards, ID-cards, hotel key cards, loyalty cards, driving licenses, gym cards, Oyster card, travel cards, you name it.

  • Thin King card case won’t harm you or your cards in any way.
  • No magnetics parts to worry about
  • Washing machine proof, tested, many times by accident.
Do not keep your keys in the same pocket with Thin King as sharp objects may scratch the surface coating. However, some of the happiest Thin King owners say their card cases are just getting better and better looking by time. Like the old boots you love to wear year-round.
What is the surface treatment of Thin King, how can it be so shiny?
The surface of Thin King is anodized. It’s a really thin coating that enables the metal to shine through the color. It also protects the aluminium body from oxidizing.
Thin King’s aluminum cover is suitable for engravings as well, we have made several custom models for companies and private people. See our Collab and Graphic series for some inspiration and let us know of any wishes you may have, we'll be happy to help.

This technology is widely used by major credit card companies. There may be differences between countries and market areas.
Skimming and scanning are terms for stealing your credit card information. This usually applies to RFID cards. RFID? Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the use of a wireless non-contact system that uses radio-frequency electromagnetic fields to transfer data from a tag attached to an object, for the purposes of automatic identification and tracking. This means that a criminal can scan your pockets and steal your credit card information without you ever noticing it.
Most of the new credit/bank cards have a contactless payment feature for small amounts (NFC=Near Field Communication) making them vulnerable for people with bad intentions. Thin King’s cover is made of aluminum, therefore blocking any skimming and scanning attempts.
For the same reason, you can’t use your travel card ( like Oyster Card in London or Rabbit Card in Bangkok ) without taking it out of your Thin King. We know it is a bit of a pain but safety comes first.
Read more about RFID threat and defence.

Of course it can take - a lot of punishment! Once we drove a really big van over it without breaking it nor the cards inside it, we did it many times just to be sure. Thin King’s mechanism has also been tested by a ruthless robot wanking and yanking it 10 000 times before it got bored and moved on to other things to break. This time the robot ended up as the looser, the Thin King was perfectly fine after the torture.
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