RF Safe Cell Phone Radiation Protection Now Available In 3 Piece Safety Package

February 4, 2014

RF Safe provides the most easy-to-use cell phone radiation protection with custom shielded flip cases and air-tube headsets in one accessory package for reducing exposure to potentially cancer causing cell phone radiation.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) February 04, 2014

RF Safe makes it as easy as 1-2-3 to use a cell phone safely. RF Safe wants everyone to know just how easy it is to use a cell phone safely with just a few important cell phone radiation safety accessories.

RF Safe offers three important cell phone radiation safety accessories sold in one easy package.

1) RF Safe Air Tube Headset

This technology utilizes a state-of-the-art enhanced sound chamber which delivers crystal clear sound through an air-filled wireless tube (similar to a doctor’s stethoscope). By replacing the wire with air tube acoustic technology, the RF Safe Headset reduces RF exposure to the head.

2) RF Safe Clamp-on Ferrite Bead

Wires or cables connected/extending from electronic devices using radio waves (such as cell phones), if not shielded will emit over ambient RF radiation levels. To suppress high frequency RF radiation from interacting with sensitive electronics and cell hone users

3) RF Safe Pocket Shield or custom shielded cell phone flip case

When a cell phone is attached to a belt, or in a pocket/purse radiation can penetrate the area near the cell phone handset. This radiant energy is absorbed much faster than at the head because tissues and organs such as liver, kidneys and reproductive organs provide much better conductivity than the skull. Simply put most major organs have no bone protection like a brain does. To avoid microwave exposure to vital organs and/or fetal development when using a cell phone next to the body, a deflective barrier “RF Safe Pocket or Purse Shield” or custom shielded flip case must be used between a cell phone user and the handset itself.

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Better RF Safe Today…Than Sorry Tomorrow!

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