OffGrid Faraday Duffel Bag

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Electromagnetic pulses can and will destroy any electronic circuit or battery with which they come in contact. In mere trillionths of a second, your precious electronics, communication devices, and backup energy storage systems can be rendered completely useless by an EMP.

Protect your Inergy Portable Power Station from lightning strikes, EMP from mass coronal ejections (MCEs or solar flares), nuclear detonations, or other sources.

The OffGrid Faraday Duffel Bag brings you military-grade EMP protection while maximizing utility for everyday use. In addition to offering elite protection, the Faraday Duffel makes it very easy to transport and keep all your Inergy gear together in one safe place.

The Kodiak LT, Kodiak X2, Flex 1500, Original Kodiak and Apex Power Stations fit in this duffle bag.

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  • Height: 12 inches
  • Length: 26 inches
  • Width:16 inches
  • Volume: 33.5 L
  • Weight: 3.9 lbs


    The EMP-proof OffGrid Duffel is engineered to thrive in even the toughest environments, keeping your precious electronic and communication devices and other gear safe, secure, and protected. The OffGrid Duffel features multiple Faraday pockets constructed with a proprietary multi-layer shielding and premium EMP-safe Faraday fabric. You can carry large devices or batteries or multiple smaller devices in the main compartment; or toss in clothes or gear in this spacious pocket. Protect your tablets, laptops, and other small devices in the front pocket, and your cell phone, wallet, and electronic key fobs in the side pockets. 


    EMP is an abbreviation that stands for electromagnetic pulse. During an EMP, a source emits a pulse of electromagnetic energy in the atmosphere, which causes the air to become electrically charged. This pulse is very brief and doesn’t affect people, but the atmospheric disturbance it creates can have serious consequences for electrical equipment... Read more HERE.

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