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YShield HSF54 – anti wireless signal paint takes you completely off grid


yshieldantiemrpaint YShield HSF54   anti wireless signal paint takes you completely off grid

Will there be a backlash? Will people become so fed up with being constantly tethered to a communication device, phone, computer, wireless network, satellite tracking system that they’ll rebel and move ‘off-grid’ en masse? There’s probably already a movement building amongst certain elements of society, social hermits, radiation sensitive souls and the like, and it’s inevitable that it will grow over time.

Our message for this new movement is to keep calm and grab a paintbrush because help is just a tin away. The new YShield HSF54 EMR Protection Paint is designed to give you the peace you seek. The German makers claim that their paint delivers 99.995% shielding effectiveness from WLAN, TV antennas, GSM, LTE, CB Radio, DVB and all points in between, with just 2 coats. That’s cave dwelling levels, right?

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The paint does its magic with a mix of carbons (not metals), therefore there’s no corrosion issues but the paint must be grounded with strap or tape to ensure full radiation shielding. The specs say it will cover 7.5 cubic meters per liter of paint, so factor that into your purchase calculations.

Who else might need this stuff? Well prisons (to stop cell phone use), schools, studios, secure facilities, the military, Dr Evil’s billion dollar lair…basically anyone who’s interested in not being connected. The paint goes on in one with no added water, but it does need an emulsion topcoat for long term protection. The product is priced at €50.34 per liter (or €210.00 for 5 liters). Caveman, be happy!

 YShield HSF54   anti wireless signal paint takes you completely off grid

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



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