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Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« on: June 28, 2019, 10:36:18 am »
I figured this needed a thread

https://www.blushield-us.com/

I don't even know what to say.

Apparently it works by emitting more RFI: https://www.blushield-us.com/how-it-work/

Here's the tinfoil hat: https://www.blushield-us.com/product/low-radiation-cap/
 
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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2019, 10:41:03 am »
Shhhh, you'll spoil the sales of cheap AWG's to power speakers to do the same thing !  :P
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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #2 on: June 28, 2019, 11:28:43 am »
Apparently it works by emitting more RFI: https://www.blushield-us.com/how-it-work/

I think I must have lost around 25% of my brain cells reading that. Also try reading this: https://www.blushield-us.com/product/headset-airtube-stereo/
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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #3 on: June 28, 2019, 11:38:12 am »
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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #4 on: June 28, 2019, 11:55:51 am »
ROFLCOPTER
Almost spilled my RFI-free water across the desk.
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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #5 on: June 28, 2019, 12:09:32 pm »
Wow, they finally made an RF protection device?  That is conveniently portable too?!  Why such a low price...something seems off here.  :-DD
Pop that gem in your pocket the only thing it's going to increase radiated RF to is your nutsack (I've heard a rumour that women are more intelligent than men so they would see right through this, plus it'd probably go in the handbag.)

Has anyone done a teardown of this? Perhaps Dave can do a debunk.

Gave me a laugh at least!
 

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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #6 on: June 28, 2019, 06:19:05 pm »
They have copied some generic power supply that you can get in 5v, 9v and 12v outputs.

See the hole in that picture squared in red?

No attempt to cover it up but they did put the effort in to sticking their logo thing on the front.

Lygte reviewed a 5v one:

https://lygte-info.dk/review/USBpower%205V%203A%20usb%20power%20supply%20for%20Rasberry%20DSM-0530%20UK.html


Not a power supply:

https://www.blushield-us.com/product/plugin-x-1/?v=79cba1185463

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
TESLA GOLD SERIES PLUGIN
The Tesla Gold Series Plugin is recommended for many homes and small offices where exposure to EMF is moderate to high.

$349

One plugin per floor or depending on the area of coverage 45m in every direction. This model uses very little power and is best plugged into a central location within your home, not the bedroom. A hallway or lounge area would be best.

Do not make the mistake of purchasing a portable model to carry around in your home and think you are protected. We recommend you first start with the Plug-in model and use the portable solely for venturing outside the protected (plugin) area. The Plugin offers a stronger and larger area of protection for your home or office than the portable.

Second picture. Dip in plastic covered over by their logo but doesn't cover it completely.
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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #7 on: June 28, 2019, 06:33:36 pm »
 So the man-made 'natural' waves coming from their device is better for your body than any other man made waves...gotcha.

At least they have the requisite hyperbole- "Best on the PLANET"  Convenient, in case some alien race flies by and drops off a better product, their claim still hold.  :-DD :-DD :-DD 
 
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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #8 on: June 28, 2019, 07:21:26 pm »
I figured this needed a thread

https://www.blushield-us.com/

I don't even know what to say.

Apparently it works by emitting more RFI: https://www.blushield-us.com/how-it-work/

Here's the tinfoil hat: https://www.blushield-us.com/product/low-radiation-cap/
 
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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #9 on: June 29, 2019, 12:28:21 am »
So the man-made 'natural' waves coming from their device is better for your body than any other man made waves...gotcha.

At least they have the requisite hyperbole- "Best on the PLANET"  Convenient, in case some alien race flies by and drops off a better product, their claim still hold.  :-DD :-DD :-DD

https://www.blushield-global.com/product/tesla-gold-series-ultra/
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WARNING: The Ultra model maybe to too strong for EHS people, please try the cube first before pursuing the Ultra model. Talk to your representative before purchasing.
This new multi-wave scalar waveform configuration offers the best protection to date from radio frequency radiation and 5G. Some people will experience a minor detox while initially using this product, and some will not. This may be due to the release of stress on the body from EMF and also the immune system may normalize.
We recommend you purchase a Tesla Gold Series Portable model to carry with you when you are away from your home or office. This will maintain a level of protection when away from your protected zone

Too high for Electromagnetic hypersensitive people and there is only 90 grams of things in one of them see below:


At first I thought it looked like a Lacie Quadrant enclosure but what gave it away was the sticker.
I type in Ultra made metal enclosure and it appeared somewhere down Google images.

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"Model Ultra
Input 12v DC 1A

Indoor Use Only
Designed and made in New Zealand

https://www.blushield-global.com/product/tesla-gold-series-ultra/


Tesla Gold Series Ultra
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Size 140mm x 40mm x 100mm
Weight 360g
Comes with 12V power pack

They get their cases from Takachi.
https://www.takachi-el.co.jp/products/EXHF



Model:
Takachi  EXH14-4-10
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W 141 mm
D 36.1 mm
H 97 mm

Thermal resistance (° C / W)
3.4
I couldn't find the weight to compare.


https://www.blushield-us.com/product/ultra-x-1/?v=79cba1185463

ULTRA
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Size 16cm x 5cm x 16cm
Weight 830g

Other wild claims:
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Designed for living and working areas where a high level of microwave radiation exists
Coverage 90m in every direction
Uses multiple scalar waveform output
Great for homes and offices where EMF is extreme
Protection from a wide range of equipment
May have some detox effect
The strongest scalar field effect
May reduce fatigue
May reduce EMF symptoms
Promotes emotional stability
Helps maintain a level of alertness
Enables restful sleep
May increase energy levels


Model
Takachi HS16-5-16
www.takachi-enclosure.com/data/c1213/c_en_p149-150.pdf
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Size 160x50.5x160
Weight 0.72kg


Thermal resistance (° C / W)
1.1

The weight of that case bare is 720g and they put 90g worth of components in there.

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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #10 on: June 29, 2019, 09:59:43 am »
That case is pretty RF tight so thats probably the FCC approval and the proof it does bugger all.
 

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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #11 on: June 29, 2019, 01:02:56 pm »
Nah, if it was RF tight, it would have screws along every edge.
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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #12 on: June 29, 2019, 05:20:57 pm »
can someone print that out and mail it to me
can't read that on a computer after all
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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #13 on: June 29, 2019, 06:27:06 pm »
can someone print that out and mail it to me
can't read that on a computer after all

Here's a joke: It's a sticker of a guitar pick that they put on things they buy and sell it for a lot of money.
You'd see them advertising it on health a beauty websites.
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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #14 on: July 02, 2019, 08:16:43 pm »
I found some tear downs on Amazon from someone who brought that psu wall socket enclosure and a battery bank with leds in there.

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Cool Dude
1.0 out of 5 stars I was scammed
February 18, 2015
Verified Purchase

If you're in the market for an overpriced placebo, you've come to the right place. Based on my experience, these devices are pretty much LED indicators in a neat looking container. The various blushield websites contain mostly unverifiable information and claims. Shady operation, rude customer service.

Before I threw them in the trash, I took photos of the "Elite" plugin & portable (older model) disassembled, you be the judge.
Images in this review

You can still see that hole at the end they didn't cover up that was designed for a cable coming from the power supply.

Placebo Sounds like a good name for it.

See pictures.

Edit:

The back of the board in the wall socket enclosure has the writing "Elite Plugin 2".

I see there is a LED driver board manufacturer named Elite but I can't find that exact board.

https://www.indiamart.com/proddetail/led-panel-light-driver-12w-20957101848.html

Also the battery CP603450:

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Type CP603450
System lithium/ manganese dioxide
Nominal capacity (mAh) 2300@5mA to 2.0V @23℃
Rated voltage (V) 3.0
Impedence at 1kHz (Ω) 3
Max. continuous current (mA) 1200
Max. pulse current (mA) 1500
Storage temperature -20 ~+40 ℃
Operation temperature range -20~+60 ℃℃
Weight (g) 18.0
Specific energy 390Wh/Kg
Energy density 660Wh/L
Anode tape/cathode tape Aluminum/Nickel
Self Discharge Rate Under 2% for years@30 ℃
Jacket Flexible Aluminum Foil Packaging
Max. dimensions (mm) 6.2×34.5×51

Key Features

High Energy Density
High single cell voltage
Light weight
Small Size
High security
Stable operating voltage
Wide Operating temperature range
Low Self-discharge rate
Flexible on shape design
Restricted for UL、UN38.3 and ROHS
UL file: MH45782

Any special or specific for shape, thickness ordischarge rate, please consult GMB.
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Re: Blueshield. And yes they sell a tinfoil hat
« Reply #15 on: July 02, 2019, 08:24:02 pm »
Good find  :-+

 


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