- A beanie exists that claims to be ‘Wireless Radiation Proof’
- The reviews about blocking 5G are addictive reading
- More weird news stories here here
I was scrolling through Twitter the other day when I came across a tweet about the modern Tinfoil Hat. It piqued my interest and brought me down a rabbit hole of reading Faraday Beanie reviews.
I’m not an expert on conspiracy theories and I can’t begin to explain the thousands of reasons people say 3G, 4G, 5G, and Wi-Fi radiation is bad. I can say that 4.32 billion people in the world have access to the internet via mobile devices.
The Faraday Beanie is pretty much the modern-day tinfoil hat. Many people use it to block out all the bad vibes and harmful waves in the air. This beanie has an inner layer made from 44% cotton, 39% silver, 17% polyester. So instead of tinfoil the people are now using silver.
There are legitimate reasons for certain people to wear something like this. The World Health Organization does recognize Electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) as real. And there are Faraday Beanie reviews from people suffering from EHS. These aren’t those reviews. These are crazy.
There are 526 Faraday Beanie reviews. The vast majority of these tinfoil hat reviews are just people rating it 5-stars.
Best and Craziest Tinfoil Hat Reviews
Anytime a review is in all CAPSLOCK you know it’s going to be very inciteful. That’s just a good rule of thumb on the Internet…
3. Robert C: Safe From The Towers (5-stars)
“This beanie will block out signals , I was wearing aluminum foil on my head for a while until, I found this product which is lined in silver and does the same thing, except more comfortable and less attention drawing”
This next one linked to some TED talks and YouTube videos. They’re very clearly willing to ‘do their own research’ and blast YouTube videos into the comments section.
4. Cornelia M: Critical to own if using wireless tech:
A company that takes great pride in doing it right: top quality product to protect us from danger that our government hides from us at the behest of mass communication, data hijackers Google Facebook…ATT Verizon Apple, our world going AI, online wireless.
In late1970’s people were warned to not jar their heart, an electromagnetic system , by standing in front of a powered up microwave . Wish I could manage in aFARADAY SUIT like an astronaut. With Lamb’s FARADAY BEENIE at least I can decrease my brain’s exposure, not getting Gioblastoma. Powers-that-be stopped education, stats of this brain cancer related to cell phones. But thanks to YouTube, you can inform yourself
5. Adam M: fits well, and is f@#king awesome
“Not too small at all and I got a big head. Comfortable, and Fashion slick.”
One thing I truly respect about this beanie is how normal it looks. We’ve all probably passed people on the street wearing these and never had any idea. I’m not sure ‘fashion slick’ is how I’d describe it but to each his own.
6. Bobby R:
“Bought hat. Blocks frequencies.:
Bobby R. coming through with the most in-depth review yet!
7. David F:
“As a concerned consumer about the effects of EMF on the human body and especially the exposure of the head area, I found the LAMBS EMF Beanie to be a very good solution.
The fit is very comfortable, well constructed and will provide another layer of protection indoors and outdoors. Indoors is important for protection from the new 5G wifi signal exposure in the home! Cleaning instructions and product life cycle were not provided with the beanie and should be added in the future as a instruction sheet or on the website.”
The more I read these the more I’m concerned with how Google is going to serve me up ads for these 5G beanies for the rest of my life…
8. Jodean L.
“My area is rural but our world is on light speed. Getting ready!”
She’s ready even if there isn’t a threat. Always be prepared, right? Scout’s motto.
9. Jim K
“Warm and makes me feel safer that I may be going a little less crazy at the same time.”
It’s interesting how wearing the tinfoil hat makes this reviewer feel less crazy.
There are competitor ‘tinfoil hat’ beanies and other products available for purchase on Amazon. I haven’t had time to read through those reviews yet like I did with the Faraday Beanie reviews but I’ll get there. You can click right here if you want to check out those products on Amazon. If you make an Amazon purchase, BroBible may receive an affiliate commission on that.
We could keep reading tinfoil hat reviews all day but what’s the point? You get the gist by now. And from here I’ll just prepare for angry tweets from people who didn’t read the portion where I mentioned there are some legitimate uses for this (EHS) but these reviews aren’t about that.
I forgot to mention that the company makes more than just beanies. You can pretty much buy a full-blown tinfoil hat outfit if you want.