True, this black hole phone bag probably appeals more to pasty tinfoil types than badasses who can kill you with a phone book, but it'd be nice when you're hiding from your crazy hacker girlfriend 'cause you just want to play Halo with your friends. Slip your phone in the bag and it disappears from the network—no calls, no triangulation, no black helicopters. Twelve dollars seems like a small price to pay to avoid making all those Will Smith blunders when dodging G-Men. [Brando via I4U]
Black Hole Phone Bag Drops You From the Grid Like Jason Bourne
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