The Dual from Silent Pocket instantly protects your privacy and valuable personal data. It effectively blocks wireless signals in all frequencies: cellular, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, RFID & NFC. With its unique dual pocket design, the choice to go on or off the grid is yours.
- Smooth, supple Genuine Napa leather that is made to withstand years of daily use
- Internal card slots
- YKK Silver zipper
- Diamond pattern shielding made exclusively for Silent Pocket
- Shields up to 100 decibels (db); best on the market
- Detachable wristlet
- Interlocking magnetic RF seal; easy to use without straps or velcro
- Shields against EMR radiation
- Blocks GPS tracking
It contains 2 internal compartments. One which blocks all incoming and outgoing signal transmissions of your smartphone. Additionally, it can secure smart keys, credit cards, passports, RF enabled electronic devices, and anything else that is RFID / NFC chipped. The second compartment only shields RFID / NFC signals.
- Shields 100dB
- Blocks frequencies between 800MHz – 5 GHz
- Blocks CDMA/GSM/DCS/PHS/3G/4G
- Blocks Wifi 2.4 – 5 GHz, Bluetooth (2.4GHz), and GPS (1-2GHz)
- Blocks RFID / NFC 125 KHz & 13.56 MHz
- Additional Info: Wireless signal / RFID / NFC
Interior Dimensions / Sizing:
MEDIUM: 5.75in x 4.1in // 14.6cm x 10.4cm
MEDIUM+: 6.25in x 4.1in // 15.9cm x 10.4cm
LARGE: 8.25in x 6in // 21cm x 15.2cm
XL: 10in x 7.5in // 25.4cm x 19cm
Wireless signals (radio frequency or RF) are used in communication for your phone, tablet, car radio, computer, credit card, etc. The electronic transmission of this data is done wirelessly and poses many problems to your security and privacy. It makes all of your information open to be intercepted.
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the use of a wireless data transmissions attached to an object, such as your credit card or passport. This information can be lifted, skimmed or scanned by anyone with simple technology.
Near Field Communication (NFC) is just like RFID except it can communicate both ways making data transferable to and from a chip. This is what Google Wallet and Apple Pay utilize for transmission of your credit card information at a point of purchase.