A while back I went into a clothes shop and bought something that fitted me perfectly. It was a wallet. It was half price, but since my old wallet had reached the point where my money might start escaping of its own accord, I thought it was a bargain.
It was sold as super secure because it uses special material to stop radio signals getting at the cards inside it. The idea is to stop sneaky people tapping into your bank balance by the use of portable contact-less card readers.
It works too. Last week I was trying to open en electronic lock and it didn’t work. I usually just wave my wallet at the door and it opens, but with the card in my super secure new wallet this failed to work.
I’m now pondering on whether super security is worth a loss of convenience….