Compatible with both Alexa and Google Home, the new wallet range offers worldwide traceability and is said to be the only smart wallet that charges using solar-power – with one charge lasting up to two months.
Owners can now ring their wallet, find it on a map or even make use of the widespread ‘Chipolo’ community – Ekster’s partner on the product and creator of the world’s slimmest and loudest tracking devices – to help locate their missing valuable.
These RFID-blocking wallets are held together by handcrafted premium leather for a luxury look and feel and provide instant card access at the click of a button.
Furthermore, its compatibility with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa means you can now locate your wallet or phone using your smart speaker or even simply by using voice command on your phone via either of the two apps.
Your assistant can make your wallet ring, or it can tell you where it was last seen on a map. All you need to do is install the Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa app and follow the simple steps to enable Chipolo for them.
“This is the first solar-charged smart wallet on the market, which means you won’t ever have to charge or replace your tracker batteries” says Richard Canneman,Co-founder.
“Their patented solar-charging solution does not require direct sunlight to charge and only requires three hours of charge time to last two months with full worldwide tracking functionality.”
Pricing for the new smart wallet range starts at $69 and raises to $108 for the most premium edition, the ‘Parliament’, with this price including a Tracker Card.