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Leather Contactless Payment Key Fob - Rainbow for the National Health Service


Shop with pride in the NHS!

When you buy this Rainbow contactless payment accessory, we donate 25% of the selling price to the NHS Charities Together Fund.


Quick, convenient payment with just a touch of your key fob.

Make fast, secure purchases wherever you see the contactless symbol. Perfect for day-to-day shopping, nights out, commuting on London or major city transport systems, and travelling abroad.

Simply load funds from your debit card to the chip via the free Pingit app, then you’re ready to pay on the go. No charging or batteries needed, and you can keep track of your spending via the app immediately after you purchase.


Pingit makes it quick and easy to pay friends and family in over 40 countries, fee-free, with just a UK mobile number.

You can also use Pingit to receive money or donate to charity. And with Pingit ‘Jars’ you can split a bill with friends, create unique savings pots and move money between your different devices.Find out more... 


  • You can make purchases with your device wherever you see the contactless symbol.
  • For Pingit payment limits, visit - Retailer payment limits may apply.
  • Pingit is subject to application and acceptance of T&Cs.
  • To register your device with Pingit you must be 16 or older, have a current account in the UK and be a resident of the UK, the Isle of Man, Jersey or Guernsey.
  • The chip can be used for payments for a minimum of 2 years.



100% Printed leather key fob with. Gold-plated split ring, and removable contactless payment chip.


Natural leather ages gracefully, please enjoy its changes. The Pingit contactless payment chip is water resistant and our luxury leather key fobs are splash and rain proof. Do not soak. Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight may cause print to fade. Never use solvents or solvent-based products.

Tovi Sorga device accessories come with a complementary1 year warranty. View the Pingit chip terms here.