A stasis field as depicted in science fiction does not really have any real life-counter part. From the Wikipedia article [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stasis_(fiction) ], a list of science fiction interpretations of a Stasis field are given and I'm assuming the effects you are envisioning are similar to the ones given here.
You give the caveats that you do not want the common effects of time dilation (usually depicted as stopping completely) and reflecting. However, time stoppage is the reason that things in stasis fields are depicted as making objects indestructible.
As Dutch elegantly explains, physics simply doesn't allow for the electromagnetic interaction to convert an object to an indestructible one. There is no physical phenomena which corresponds to a stasis field, and although the idea appears in Science fiction is is just as magical as mana.
The association in Sci-fi of electromagnetic fields being able to create a "stasis field" comes from an old misunderstanding of the Electromagnetic interaction that was prevalent before the proliferation of the theory of General Relativity (GR). GR demonstrated that Gravity could be expressed as a geometric theory in which mass changes the geometry of Space-Time. Prior to this theory, the special nature of light and its speed were recognized though not understood, and there were many attempts to express space-time as a electromagnetic phenomena. Relics of this can be found today with reference to the "Aether"; the universal medium. Linking electromagnetic interactions to teleportation or the speeding up/slowing down in time and even time travel can be found in science fiction and fanciful conspiracy theories (see Nikola Tesla or The Philadelphia Experiment).
Thus stasis fields as an EM phenomena, while not physically possible as known by modern science can be seen as a relic of a bygone era of physics based science fiction.