Camouflage Mezuzah – Safe, discrete and kosher

Judaism believes that the mezuzah provides us with protection both spiritually and physically. Recently, several people have contacted us expressing their desire to hang a mezuzah, but they were concerned about its visibility. For this reason, we are placing a new order of Camouflage Mezuzahs. These special mezuzahs are fully kosher (containing a kosher parchment) but are not recognizable on the outside as such; they appear to be an alarm box.

We want to emphasize that we do not believe in hiding our identity. However, we acknowledge the concerns that some community members have. With the Camouflage Mezuzah, we aim to address those concerns.

  • Rectangular case camouflages the diagonal mezuzah inside
  • Strong, durable and waterproof
  • Simulated LED
  • Discreet SHIN logo to identify as a mezuzah case
  • Available in black and white
  • Wide, holds up to a 12 cm mezuzah (5×3.2×0.75)
  • Narrow, holds up to a 10 cm mezuzah (4.75×1.4×0.75)
  • Scroll can be ordered additionally
  • All versions come with nails and strong sticky pads for easy adhesion to most surfaces

Prices (excl. shipping)
Camouflage Mezuzah: € 25,-
Scroll: € 75,-
Payment information will be provided after confirming your delivery. We expect to start shipping as of mid November.


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