SLNT® X RELV® Faraday Sling

DESCRIPTION

Seamlessly transition on and off the grid with the SLNT® Faraday Sling in RELV® Moab Camo. Equipped with 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 device into the designated phone slip 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 

KEY FEATURES
  • Patented Silent Pocket® Faraday Cage phone sleeve with magnetic closure
  • EMF-reducing pocket that allows you to stay connected to the grid.
  • Carry as a Crossbody Bag or 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
  • Relv® Moab Camo print

Great for: Everyday use, travel and commuting

SPECIFICATIONS

Materials, Trims & Dimensions

SLING:

Exterior: 400D Weatherproof Nylon
Hardware: Duraflex®
Adjustable Strap: 28in to 58in
External: 10.8x9x10.8 in (36x30x36 cm)
Volume: 1.5 liters
Weight: 1.8lbs (0.8 kgs)

FARADAY PHONE SLEEVE:

Lining: Multishield® Faraday Shielding Material
Internal use: 7.2 x 3.5 in

FARADAY TECHNOLOGY

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