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The World’S Smallest Cell Phone Jammer: Say Bye-Bye to Annoying Guests This Christmas

 |  |  |  |  December 1, 2010


When I have people over dinner, nothing annoys me more than a friend who keeps checking his email, Facebook updates, Twitter feed, etc. on their smartphone. It’s time to end the annoyance by purchasing the latest signal jammer from Chinavasion.

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I’m not sure if this thing is really legal to use, but it’s supposed to be the lightest, smallest, and most sophisticated digital cell phone jammer. It’s designed to look like a pack of cigarettes, so if you’re a non-smoker, you’ll look like an idiot, but at least you’ll be happy to have a cellphone-free environment.

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This jammer turns GSM, DCS, PHS, and 3G to static, but shouldn’t affect any other electronic devices. You can use the age-old excuse that your place has iffy reception because “it’s old” or because of the “pipes in the walls”. It works in a radius of 32 feet, so the dinner table will be uninterrupted. This also works well on that texting teen that you have at home. Never pay for 27,000 monthly texts again!

The Hidden Cellphone Jammer (Cigarette Pack) is available from Chinavasion with the retail price of €35.19 (appx. $46 USD) for 1-5 units.

[via Geek Alerts]



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