Local company SCHILD fights back against keyless car thieves in MK

New anti-theft pouch thwarts crooks by blocking key fob signals.

Local company SCHILD has come up with a solution to the recent spate of keyless car thefts in Milton Keynes by releasing a new, improved anti-theft pouch.

Keyless vehicles might be all the rage but modern day car thieves can now hack into a car’s security system using computerised unlocking technology, armed with relay boxes rather than weapons.

CCTV footage released earlier this year showed a group armed with a laptop stealing a keyless car in less than a minute in Broughton.

The men positioned themselves close to the front door of a house to intercept the signals from a key fob inside.

But the new, improved SCHILD anti-theft pouch prevents thieves from picking up and relaying signals from your key, shielding against break-ins and keyless ignition theft of your vehicle.

The pouch, which is constructed with premium PU/vegan leather and is water resistant, provides 100% signal blocking of WiFi, Bluetooth, cell signals, GPS, RFID and radio signals. It also offers EMI & RFI shielding as well as a stylish design.

A spokesman for SCHILD said: “With vehicle crime at its highest at 15.53% locally, your car could be a target so stay safe with our new antitheft pouch.

“We provide an additional pouch for your spare key fob so your household is 100% protected.

“The back pocket is best for storing ID cards, bank cards, etc. “The front pocket is for signal blocking, best for storing car key fobs.”

The SCHILD Anti-Theft Protection Pouch is available now on Amazon – search online for SCHILD Antitheft Blocking Pouch.

You can also find SCHILD on social media, on Instagram @Schilds_antitheft, and Facebook @Schildsantitheft. For more info, email JEFdigital19@gmail.com

This feature was published in the August 2019 issue of Celebrate:MK lifestyle magazine. Read the full magazine above or by clicking on this link.

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