Soft And Easy Key Fob Faraday-For Blocking All Signals To Your Keys. Flexible. Light. Effective.
YOU READ IT ON BuzzFeed: If your car is parked on the street or in your driveway you should consider where you keep your key fob.Most likely it can be found near the door, in your bag, a drawer or tossed on the table.
If your key fob is regularly stored near your front door then it is vulnerable to being hacked.Sounds a bit strange? Unfortunately, this is REAL-
The Small Utility Faraday works for larger keys or sets or small phones
This handy Soft and Easy Key Fob Faraday is made with powerful RFID and other signal blocking material inside and coated with shiny nylon on the outside.The fit and feel and finish is like a crisp nylon jacket.
So easy and so effective. Simply place your key inside and fold in over and secure it with the loop on top. Gear up with a simple collapsible and reversible key fob pouch that can go with you anywhere.
Blocks ALL signals too and from your keyless fob remote.
Blocks 315 MHz frequency used for most North American made cars and 433.92 MHz for European, Japanese, and Asian vehicles. Blocks RFID and NFC
Unrolled External Dimensions: 6.75 x 3.25 in, 17 x 8.5 cm
Internal Use Dimensions: 4.33 x 2.95 x 1.2 in, 11 x 7.5 x 3 cm
Up to 1 Key Fob and small key chain
Weight: .05 lbs, .02 kg
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