Cell phone radiation has been classified as potentially carcinogen based on a large global research study by the World Health Organization. Some studies have even shown that you can absorb 48 to 68% of the radiation from your mobile devices into your head and body.
Yet we still use mobile devices daily and nowadays children spend multiple hours a week handling mobile devices such as Iphones and Ipads. If you own a mobile device you should seriously consider putting it in a Pong smart phone or Ipad case before using it or allowing your children to use it.
Pong cases have been independently tested and have been shown 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 they absorb twice as much radiation from cell phones as adults do. (Reported in an article in the scientific journal, Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine).
Pong cases are easy to use, they just snap on and off and they come in a variety of vibrant and appealing colours. 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.
Pong just released an iPhone 5 case and I got to try it with my new phone. At home we have Pong cases for our iPad and my husband’s iPhone as well. I believe it is important to have the extra protection, specially when our son plays with our devices.
Pong cases are made with high quality materials, they look great, help conserve battery life and optimize signal strength while reducing radiation exposure. They come in a nicely packaged box with an added screen protector for free. One of these cases would definitively 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 all views and opinions stated on this post are 100% my own.