TOCA® Smart Pouch X
The TOCA® Smart Pouch X features a foldable Faraday cage, offering data privacy and shielding from radiofrequency radiation.
Designed to protect smartphones, car keys, bank cards, and passports, it blocks GPS, Wi-Fi, RFID, NFC, 3G, 4G, 5G, Bluetooth and calls.
1. Online Pocket
Put the phone in the online pocket and close it with a double-folded Velcro fastener. The six-layer metal mesh inside the pocket now acts as a protective shield between you and your phone. It protects your body from harmful radiation, but you can still receive calls and messages.
2. Faraday Pocket
Place the phone in the Faraday pocket and close it with a double-folding Velcro fastener. It is now sealed inside the Faraday cage — the inner protective layer, which is made of a high-tech mesh of conductive material manufactured in Germany. The double folding system and the outer layer make it water resistant. Once the device is inside this pocket, all its signals (including calls and messages) are blocked....But the alarm clock still works!
3. Rfid Pocket
On the front there is a compartment for cash and coins it is sealed with a water-resistant zipper.
It comes with an adjustable strap. Attach it to the pouch to carry it around your neck, sideways or around your waist.
What is the difference between the Faraday pocket and airplane mode?
In airplane mode, only the antennas that transmit information are switched off, not those that receive information. GPS is the perfect example, as it constantly receives location information. The Faraday pocket ensures that location tracking is stopped and no signals are received.
And if I turn my phone off?
Even if it seems to be off, some of the underlying activity may still be on. In a BBC interview, Edward Snowden talks about a technology called Dreamy Smurf, which is able to "turn your phone on and off without you knowing"!
Is smartphone radiation really harmful?
In all phone settings you can find the following radiation warning: "Wear your phone at least 5-15 mm away from your body". The minimum distance of 5 mm may seem insignificant, but it makes a big difference because the radiation grows in quadratic proportion. There are many consistent studies that prove the harmful effects of long-term exposure to smartphone radiation.