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BOGO: Buy 3 Get 1 Free! Thinnest Shield with Best Protection for the smallest cell phones. Waveshield Shielding from EMR and SAR waves from your phone.

Thinnest Shield with Best Protection!


The WaveShield 1000 Slim features a soft comfort cushion design, about the size of a penny that adheres to the ear piece of any cell phone and acts as a cellular protection system.Product Use: Over the Ear Slit on a Cell Phone.

  • Fits all phone styles
    • Best Suited for smaller cellphones
  • Attaches in seconds
  • Thinnest Waveshield
  • Will not affect reception 

The vast majority of electromagnetic (EMF) radiation emitted by cellular and cordless phones comes from the antenna and parts of the phone other than the ear piece. Wave shield products have no effect on

 this electromagnetic energy. 
They may reduce the strength of electromagnetic-field emissions from  cell phone ear pieces by as much as 50-97% depending on the cell phone model.

How was the Wave shield tested?

Answer: The Waveshield products were tested by a U.S. government FCC listed lab on several phone models with the following results. Waveshield series 1000 for cell phones and series 3000 for cordless phones block up to 97% of the radiation from entering the inner ear - most of the reports of tumors related to cell phone use have been found behind the ear, the area with the highest level of radiation in the body. Thus, testing was only on radiation entering the inner ear.

Question: What is E.M.R.?

Answer: E.M.R. refers to Electromagnetic Radio-frequency Radiation which is the potentially dangerous frequency emitted by cellular or mobile phones. High frequency ionizing forms of radiation exists as X-rays, Gamma rays and forms of nuclear radiation known to be hazardous . Non-ionizing radiation of lower frequency ionizing forms such as early cell phones were thought to be safe. That view has changed since cell phones and mobile phones have grown in strength from low-level radio waves to high-level microwaves. No scientific study has proven conclusively that the use of cellular phones is hazardous to human health, yet continued use of higher frequency phones could adversely affect the central nervous system, diminish the effectiveness of the immune system and facilitate the development of cancer according to scientific research. Perhaps this is why governments and health organizations worldwide are spending millions of dollars towards on-going research to determine the long term effects of exposure to E.M.R from cellular and mobile phones.

Question: What is S.A.R.?

Answer: S.A.R. or Specific Absorption Rate of Radiation is used to measure the amount of radiation that the human body absorbs from any source, including cellular phones. The F.C.C. (Federal Communications Commission) sets limits as to what they deemed were safe levels of radiation from cell phones. In the beginning when analog phones were 800-900 MHZ of power, most of the cell phones manufactured met these safe guidelines. However as manufacturers raised the power of their phones up to 1800-2000MHZ and analog was replaced by digital, the majority of the cell phones now exceed the safe levels set by the F.C.C. In fact the manufacturers continue to lobby to have the levels raised, so they may keep increasing the power of the phones. The highest S. A. R. in the body is in the ear, thus the concern about excessive cell phone use and the strength of the signal.

Question: How is S.A.R. measured on a cellular phone?

Answer: When a call is made or received there is a band of radiation from the antenna, half of which disappears into space. The remaining radiation is around the skull, face and ear area of the user and runs through the circuitry of the phone when transmitting the call. A dummy head is immersed in a gel-like solution similar to body fluid and a cell phone is attached to the ear. Readings are taken from the antenna to determine the S.A.R. strength which will vary from phone to phone and proximity to the closest signal tower.

Question: What is the difference between a Radio Wave and a Microwave?

Answer: Radio Waves are low levels of transmission power for signals to and from your phone. These non-ionizing frequencies of radiation are safe. However as signal strength grows from a few hundred MHZ of power to beyond 800 MHZ, the electromagnetic spectrum increases and these waves become microwaves. For example, the older mobile house and office phones were a few hundred MHZ of radio waves but the farther you moved from the base, the weaker the signal became and you would lose the call or it would break up. Now mobile phones are 900MHZ to 2.4GIGS or more of power so you do not lose the calls as you travel from room to room or go outside, but your phone is now into Microwaves/infrared waves of radiating power.

 Interact Communications Inc. has the authority from the FTC to state the following about our waveshield product. The majority of electromagnetic radiation emitted by cellular and cordless phones comes from the antenna or body of the phone other than the earpiece. Waveshield products have no effect on this electromagnetic energy. They may reduce the strength of electromagnetic field emission from the cell phone ear pieces by as much as 50-99% depending on the phone model.

Apple, iPhone, and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. Blackberry is a Registered trademark of Research in Motion Limited. Other referenced or depicted trademarks belong to their respective owners.

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Condition New Google Category "Electronics > Communications > Telephony > Mobile Phone Accessories"
Weight: 0.13 LBS
Width: 1.00
Height: 1.00
Depth: 1.00

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