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How to travel with the Halo Shield™

Last Updated on: June 27, 2022

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The Halo Shield ™ is the perfect on-the-go EMF-protection device. But does it get through airport security? And does it still work when traveling on fast moving planes, trains, and in electric cars? In this article, we will cover everything you need to know about traveling with your Halo Shield ™. But don’t just take our word for it! Listen to Alfonso Riberio.


The sun, our cellphones, satellites, Wi-Fi, GPS, computers, Bluetooth devices, and even our hair dryers are all releasing a constant stream of radiation. This radiation is known as electromagnetic fields (EMFs). EMFs can affect different people in different ways: through headaches, sleep disturbance, anxiety, tingling skin, dulled concentration, nausea, or dizziness. Our lives are constantly on-the-go. Between airport security scanners; the high exposure to radiation we experience from being on the flight; and being around a mass number of cellphones, Wi-Fi, and electrical devices in airports and hotels, we are exposed to high levels of EMFs when we travel. So how do we protect ourselves when we travel? And can we even travel comfortably with an EMF-protection device?

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The Halo Shield™ is an EMF-protection device. This small, portable device is roughly the size of a water bottle and is small enough to fit into the cup holder of your car. Despite the small size of the Halo Shield™, it creates a large protective area of 16 feet by 16 feet and is designed to protect bedrooms, offices, small apartments, and vehicles from EMFs. But can you travel with it?


The Halo Shield™ functions on natural laws, which means it does not need to be plugged in or connected to any power source to be “on.” This is because the Halo Shield™ generates its own electrical current and maintains a field of protection around you whether you are sleeping in your bedroom or rushing around a busy airport. It does not matter if you turn it on its side, flip it upside down, or keep it in a bag — it’s always protecting you. These features make the Halo Shield™ great for traveling on trains, in cars, or in planes.

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So, we know that Halo Shields™ are great travel companions, but what about getting them through airport security? Here’s what you do:

  • Take out the Halo Shield ™ before you get to security.
  • Make sure to show it to security.
  • Tell them that it is a personal EMF-protection device that protects you from Wi-Fi and cellular radiation.
  • Run it through the X-ray.
  • Once inside the plane, feel free to stow the device in an overhead compartment. The protective area is large enough to protect you even when it is packed away inside a bag in the compartment above you.

If you follow these steps, you should have no trouble taking your Halo Shield™ with you on your travels. But, if airport security asks to speak with the manufacturer for additional questioning, please don’t hesitate to contact our customer experience at 1 (800) 337-7017.


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While embarking on an epic, 10-week RV trip with his wife and family, Alfonso Ribeiro from “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” did an Instagram live with his wife. One of the questions that they were asked was what their “must have” travel items were. This was their response:

“This has been a game changer,” said Alfonso’s wife, Angela Unkrich. “It is called a Halo Shield™. I am mildly sensitive to EMFs, so whenever we are near a cellphone tower or even just the Wi-Fi in the RV, we are basically in a big metal box trapped with all these EMF radiation devices, satellites, Wi-Fi, GPS, tablets, [and] cellphones. I have two [Halo Shields™] because they have [an 8-foot] radius . . . and I have not had a single headache the entire trip, which is unbelievable.”

“I love the fact that I have peace of mind that we are all being protected,” said Angela. “It basically emits negative ions to protect you biologically from radiation [and] EMF sources, so for me this is a must have. I wanted to make [the RV] as healthy as possible, so I got the Halo Devices™”(1).


Whether it’s laying on its side, stowed in your bag in an overhead plane compartment, inside the cup holder of your car, or stored under your seat on a fast moving train, your Halo Shield™ is always there to protect you. Remember to follow the outlined steps when navigating through airport security: make sure to take it out of any bags and show it to security, explain what it is, run it through the X-ray, and if security has any more questions, please feel free to contact our customer support team.

2 thoughts on “How to travel with the Halo Shield™”

  1. If you want to use the photo it would also be good to check with the artist beforehand in case it is subject to copyright. Best wishes. Aaren Reggis Sela

    1. Thanks for the input Aaren! For any photos we do not take ourselves, we pay for a stock photo subscription to use images that are available to use and share. Thanks again!

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