Essentials Faraday Sling

Size Guide

Seamlessly transition on and off the grid with the Essentials Faraday Sling. This minimalist design features an embedded patented signal-blocking Faraday Sleeve, that instantly disconnects your device, ensuring you're untraceable, untrackable, and unhackable. When you need to stay reachable, slip your phone into the designated phone slip-in pocket and feel confident that you are reducing your EMF radiation exposure.

Instantly Block: Cellular, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, RFID, NFC, Satellite, Navigation, EMP, Solar Flare, Key Fob and EMF Radiation 

Size Guide

  • Patented Silent Pocket® Faraday Cage phone sleeve with magnetic closure
  • EMF-reducing pocket that allows you to stay connected to the grid.
  • Wear across the body or as a fanny pack
  • Quickly move your device off and on the grid
  • Two zipper compartments
  • Main compartment has mesh pockets for organization of small accessories.
  • Adjustable strap
  • Made with recycled materials

Great for: Everyday use, travel and commuting


Materials, Trims & Dimensions


Exterior: Recycled 700D Water-Resistant Material
Hardware: Duraflex® and YKK® Zippers
Adjustable Strap: 28in to 58in
External: 13.2 x 6.7 x 1 (33.5 x 17 x2.5 cm)
Volume: 1.5 liters
Weight: 1.8lbs (0.8 kgs)


Lining: Multishield® Faraday Shielding Material
Internal use: 7.2 x 3.5 in (18.2 x 9 cm)


The included Silent Pocket® Faraday Cage component is rated to the following specifications:

Silent Pocket® Faraday Technology Instantly Blocks: 

  • Silent Pocket® with Multishield® (Faraday Shielding Material) is MIL‐STD‐188‐125‐2 compliant, and exceeds IEEE 299-2006 (1 - 40GHz) standards. (100,000:1 reduction, see testing page here)
  • Blocks 100 dB+ Cellular, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, RFID, NFC, EMP, and EMF Radiation
  • Blocks CDMA, GSM, DCS, PHS, 3G, 4G, 5G, LTE
  • Blocks WiFi (2.4 - 5 GHz), Bluetooth (2.4 GHz), and GPS (1-2 GHz)
  • Blocks RFID and NFC @ 13.56 MHz
  • Shields against EMP, HEMP, CME, Solar Flare, and static shock
  • Blocks Carrier, hardware, and OS agnostics