|Item Weight||2.89 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||8.27 x 3.94 x 0.75 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||13|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
Faraday Bag for Key Fob (2 Pack), TICONN Faraday Cage Protector - Car RFID Signal Blocking, Anti-Theft Pouch, Anti-Hacking Case Blocker (Carbon Fiber Texture)
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- ✔️【WHY YOU MAY NEED ONE】 Get your car protected. TICONN faraday bag provides a complete signal blocker for your vehicle key fob. This prevents thieves from picking up and relaying signals from your key, to shield against break-ins and keyless ignition theft
- ✔️【PREMIUM QUALITY】 TICONN faraday bag is constructed with premium carbon fiber textured material and two-layers of shielding materials packed in a gift box. It provides signal blocking functions as well as a luxurious fashionable appurtenance
- ✔️【CONVENIENCE】 The smaller/front pocket is anti-radiation, best for storing ID card, bank cards, etc. The larger/back pocket is for signal blocking, best for storing car key fobs
- ✔️【EASY TO CARRY】 Dimensions: 3.5" x 5.0". Secure closable flap with elastic accommodates multiple sizes of keychains and small devices. The integrated keychain hole provides more flexibility
- ✔️【TICONN BRAND QUALITY COMMITMENT】 We stand behind the quality of our products. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us. We provide 30-day money back and lifetime warranty. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for risk-free shopping!
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What is a Faraday Bag? It is a structure that blocks the passage of radio signals. Why do you need the Faraday Bag? Modern keyless fobs carry identification chips that pick up radio signals sent out by their car. The vehicle recognizes the fob when it's in range and unlocks the doors. Keyless ignition systems work in the same way - enabling cars to start when the key fob is detected in the cabin. Criminals can exploit this via a wireless relay attack. Using a radio frequency relay booster, it's possible to pick up and then transmit a key fob signal to trick the car into thinking a fob is present. This enables entry and theft from the cabin or boot - and, in the case of keyless ignition systems, theft of the vehicle itself. Thanks to its 100% signal jamming capability, TICONN faraday bag can completely isolate your fob to make such attacks impossible - giving you complete peace of mind as a protector against data loss. How does the TICONN faraday bag work? Our faraday bags make your cars safe by stopping signals being sent or received by your key fob or any other device containing data. Remove your key from the faraday bag and signal reception is restored immediately, enabling normal usage. Attention: 1. Please make sure your vehicle key fob is put in to inner layer since only the Inner layer blocks signals 2. The size of these faraday bags is only designed for car key fob, not suit for mobile phones. 3. Please do not wash the faraday bag; keep the interior dry, or it may lose signal-blocking function. Retail Package includes 2 x RFID Signal Blocking Bag 1 X User Manual Dimensions : 3.5 in W x 5.0 in L with the flap closed. (key fob in picture excluded)
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A Faraday pouch solves this problems by blocking the fob's RF emissions, thus letting the car's computer shut down all the electric systems.
While I still like this product in theory, there is a big problem. With time, this product begins to fail. My pouch has no obvious damage to it, but the car door opens automatically when the fob is still in the protective metal area of the pouch. One time I even had it in my pocket within the pouch, and was able to start the car! Needless to say that was a little concerning and I thought maybe it was a fluke. But there are other members of the family that also have this pouch. Theirs also have failed with time. I still think it's a good product but with a caveat. You will have to test it frequently. As an added safeguard, instead of hanging up our keys in the pouch, we put the keys in the pouch iand into a metal box. At least this way there is a certain degree of protection. I would say it's a good product BUT it must tested frequently and be prepared to replace it. But definitely it does work for a while. At the moment, I'm not too worried about someone taking the car. The worry is that someone will try to steal the catalytic converter. That seems to be happening in our area at the moment.
Wow, I had no idea how easy it is for a tag team of thieves to steal a car! I saw a newscast that was reporting on "relay attacks" on vehicles. All you have to do is Google it. Apparently cars that have a start button instead of a key. The fobs constantly send a signal, or a ping in search of their matched vehicle. Auto thieves can scan the signal with their own electronic device, and just walk into your car and drive off. No key needed, just a digital signal!
I ordered a pack of two Faraday pouches. The pouch works perfectly. I tested it to make sure that it worked. First, I walked up to the car. Normally the car will unlock if you are within a few feet of it. The car did not detect the fob while it was tucked away in the pouch. Next, I unlocked the car and sat in the driver's seat. I placed the fob back into the pouch. I hit the on button to start the car. Again, the car could not detect the fob and wouldn't start until I took it out of the pouch.
I am very happy with the pouch. If you buy this product, please be aware that the pouch comes with two pockets. It is very important to note, you have to use the back pocket that is lined with a gold colored fabric. That fabric is what protects the signal from leaving the pouch. The first pocket is for small things like coins. It doesn't block signals. Only the back pocket does. The only thing I could be concerned about with this product is that it closes with velcro. At some point the velcro will wear out from overuse. Maybe use a binder clip to keep it closed if that happens.
For the life of me I still do not understand why automakers came up with this idea of a keyless ignition. I guess I'm old school. I prefer keys over fobs. I guess times change & this appears to be the latest fad. Until auto makers use some common sense to either go back to a real key, or include an on-off switch on the fobs, this is a great product that can help deter an expensive theft. I totally recommend it.
But with the fob in the cage it will not start the car. So im back to looking for something else.
Problem is my key interfears with my phones