Signal Blocking Faraday Phone Sleeve
Signal Blocking Faraday Phone Sleeve
Signal Blocking Faraday Phone Sleeve
Signal Blocking Faraday Phone Sleeve

Signal Blocking Faraday Phone Sleeve

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This signal-blocking Faraday Phone Sleeve protects your smart phone and all the personal data stored on it from modern-day, high-tech thieves. These pouches provide an additional level of protection above and beyond just switching your phone into airplane mode or even turning it off entirely. Prevent yourself from being tracked via your location or having someone remotely activate your phone’s camera or microphone using these faraday sleeves from SLNT.

You can defend against this emerging threat with the signal-blocking Faraday Phone Sleeve. It blocks all wireless signals to and from your phone including cellular, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, RFID, and NFC signals.

The magnetic closure allows easy and secure opening and closing of the sleeve. Besides the signal blocking main pocket, the Faraday Phone Sleeve also features two additional pockets for cards or identification badges, so you don’t need to carry multiple faraday sleeves to protect all of your sensitive items and property. This sleeve will fit an iPhone 15 Pro Max or similar sized smart phone.

Keep yourself safe when you’re on the go with the Faraday Phone Sleeve from SLNT.

External: 7.25 x 4.4 x 0.75 in (18.5 x 11.1 x 1 cm)

Internal Use: 5.5 x 3.5 in (13.97 x 9 cm)

Weight: 0.2 lbs (0.09 kgs)

Rubber Coated Weatherproof Nylon with matte black finish
Patented Silent Pocket® Faraday Cage with Multishield® Faraday Shielding
Blocks all signals to keyless remote or key fob
Blocks 100 dB+ Blocks Cellular, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, RFID, NFC, EMP, and EMF Radiation
Blocks frequencies between 800MHz – 5 GHz
Blocks CDMA, GSM, DCS, PHS, 3G, 4G, LTE, 5G
Blocks WiFi (2.4 - 5 GHz), Bluetooth (2.4 GHz), and GPS (1-2 GHz)
Blocks RFID and NFC @ 13.56 MHz
Blocks Carrier, hardware, and OS agnostics


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