Nice touches include a magnetic enclosure, water resistance, and a jet-black color
While I haven’t tested their functionality yet, the bags I purchased are very well made. I would have purchased more if they weren’t so expensive.
Silent Pocket and a top notch VPN are powerful in the fight for privacy and safety. They are extremely well made and durable. Will definitely purchase more items from them.
Love it. Any plans to expand the leather line? In past there was an animal print leather case (August).
While these bags may seem slightly larger than they need to be, it's because they have thick seams due to the multiple layers of protective mesh embedded within. 13" sleeve is about 15" wide, but a perfect fit for my 13" laptop with no room to spare inside. Multiple layers also provide great padding to protect contents from bumps and dings.
Closing mechanism is extremely well thought out and includes two pairs of overlapping wires embedded within to fully secure the contents electromagnetically. Magnetic flap closes securely.
Quality product that looks good, too.
We tested by putting the phones inside of the pocket and calling them.
In an age of contact tracing without consent, these seem like a great investment in privacy and security.
Patented Silent Pocket® Faraday Cage: Multishield® Faraday Protection
• Blocks Cellular, WiFi, and Bluetooth Signals
• Blocks GPS tracking, Satellite, and Navigation
• Blocks RFID chips in passports and credit cards
• Blocks EMF Radiation to your body
• Blocks electronic car key fobs from relay attacks
• Shields against EMP, Solar Flare, and static shock
• Shielding is MIL‐STD‐188‐125‐2 compliant
• High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse Protection Tested
Patented Solution That Allows the User to Drop in Their Device with Ease.
Soft and Flexible - will not Scratch Your Device.
High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse Protection - Tested by Keystone Compliance.
High Quality Exterior Materials That are Durable, yet Beautiful.
Made with Design in Mind to fit in With Your Daily Life.
Giving you Privacy, Security, and Health Without the Tin Foil Hat