Are you thinking about giving a child or somebody you love a new or hand-me down cell phone or Ipad this Christmas? Do you already own a cell phone or Ipad that your child uses daily? Then you should consider putting your device in a patented Pong smart phone or Ipad case before letting them use it.
The Pong cases are proved to reduce cellular radiation by up to 95% below the FCC target. These cases were developed by scientist out of MIT, Princeton, UCLA and Harvard and they are important to use specially for children since little ones absorb twice as much radiation from cell phones as adults do. (Reported in an article published last month in the scientific journal, Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine).
Cell phone radiation has also been classified as potentially carcinogen based on a large global research study by the World Health organization and we know that exposure to radiation is not good for adults either.
Placing a device inside a Pong case is simple (they just snap on and off) and they are affordable as well ($49.99-$99.99 at www.pongresearch.com). Using one with any device (Iphone, Blackberry, Ipad) that’s given to a child or even used by you or your family is definitely worth it. Specially since the Pong cases have been proved effective in reducing radiation exposure.
I have one for each my own Iphone and my Ipad and I feel a lot better when my little one wants to play with them because I know I am protecting him from very harmful radiation. He doesn’t use the devices everyday but for those few times that he does it is worth having the extra protection, besides it is protecting me as well at the same time.
The cases are colorful and high quality and they look great. The Iphone case came with a screen protector for free and that was a nice surprise. I really like the styles and I think they are fashionable and modern. I am very happy to have them for my devices and would definitively be giving some away for Christmas. One of these would make a wonderful holiday gift for a loved one.
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Disclosure: I received a sample of a product to facilitate my review. No other compensation was provided and and all views and opinions stated on this post are 100% my own.