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Mobile Phone Signal Blocking Bag makes sure your phone can’t send or receive calls

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There are times when we need to be alone, free from distraction and the everyday noise of life and living. During these contemplative moments, we seek the silence of meditation, the peace and harmony that can only come about through strict sacrifice. And what bigger offering to our soul can we give, than to do without our mobile phone? Yes, yes we can!

Sure we could be traditional and simply turn the thing off, but what kind of a statement is that? Much better dear friends to show our resolve to the world by buying this Mobile Phone Signal Blocking Bag instead. Just pop the old smartphone into the specially lined bag and instantly your number appears to be unavailable or callers will receive a network busy signal. Stay out of touch on your terms, not theirs. The cost of this blessed silence? Just $2.87 per.

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.


3 Comments

  • Erm, airplane mode? doesn't this do the same thing?

    • As far as I know airplane mode still allows for tracking of your handset? Maybe this is designed as a spy bag? :)

    • As far as I know flight mode switches off *ALL* wireless communications.
      That, and presumably this bag also, would render the phone useless as music or audiobook player via bluetooth earphones but it should be possible to use offline GPS navigation and/or bluetooth while the phone function is switched off, just not when it's in this bag.

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