All hail... actual tinfoil hats for the paranoid!

22 December 2015

Are you incredibly paranoid? Are you sitting around in a tinfoil hat that you've fashioned, eyes darting around in your skull, worried about your brain being fried by invisible government forces?

Well, stop that! Because someone has set up a Kickstarter where they'll sell you a fashionable tinfoil hat, which won't make you less crazy, but you won't look quite as crackers.

The product is called 'Shield: The World`s First Signal Proof Headwear', and the makers say: "Somebody might say that it's a specially designed hat for bouncing electromagnetic waves and radiation. But is it really so? Yes, it reliably reflects signals from cell phones, wi-fi routers, microwaves and it generally blocks all waves transmitted from electric devices. Moreover, it looks really cool! It is the most comfortable and functional headwear you have ever worn."

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They continue: "We know that we need to say something more about the technology and design to grab your attention and trust, so here we go. To achieve the signal proof quality we use unique fabric (pure silver) which is 100% antimicrobial, antiodor, washable and was originally produced for military purposes and we put it between the hat's layers."

You can buy a tinfoil beanie or a tinfoil cap, depending on what your steez is, which both come with "special integrated signal proof fabric."

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You can also buy these hats for newborns too, and of course, they're unisex.

The makers add: "Shield offers the right headwear suitable for every situation. You do not have to be paranoid or into conspiracy theories. Just take our signal proof hat and protect your head. You never know."

The hats are also "antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiradiation, antiodor, antistatic, and radar and infra-red invisible." They also have "electric field shielding (EMI), radiofrequency shielding (RFI) and microwave shielding."

If you want in, click here to find out more.

TOPICS:   Cool Stuff

2 comments

  • Quanto B.
    Rubbish! Even if the hat did as claimed (very unlikely), it only covers part of your head.
  • Father J.
    Raggedy, if you've just bought one of these mate... you're too late.

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