Our modem router bag – a shielding bag that goes over a router and ties tightly to reliably stop wifi microwaves leaking out.
Keep using the internet but without wifi radiation. It consists a simple bag with a drawstring to tighten around the cables connected to the modem router. It is made of a tough durable cotton and stainless steel filament mix material which reflects wifi signals – stopping them getting out of the bag. This simply and reliably allows the modem to cool but keep working with the ethernet wired broadband.
How do modems work? Modem routers take broadband signals from a landline and convert them to ethernet (wired cables) and wifi. The bag stops the wifi part radiating you while keeping the wired cables working.
A key part of electrosmog reduction is to avoid, or at least reduce exposure to wifi when you can, especially from your own modem router which is the one closest to you and hence usually giving you the strongest exposure.
Often you can switch the wifi signal off on your modem router.
Occasionally – there is a simple on/off button for wifi only no problem. These are rare and also not supplied by your broadband supplier – so if anything goes wrong they can’t help and also it may not optimize and give you the best data speeds. So if you choose to use one supplied by your broadband supplier normally you will have to log in and set the wifi off. There are 2 problems with this – some BT homehubs continue to radiate wifi signals even when wifi is set to off. Also many modems reset when the provider loads new software – needed for security and reliability – and it is not unknown for the wifi signal to restart. So the modem bag provides a quick and simple fix.
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