Giveaway: PONG, iPhone Case – Cell Phone Radiation Protection – Ends 1/19, US

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Your cell phone device has in-built antennas that enable it to communicate with cellular networks. These antennas emit a potentially harmful microwave frequency radiation that can be absorbed by the body.  I don’t know about you, but I don’t feel 100% comfortable that it doesn’t cause health risks!  And my daughter uses my phone often enough that I worry about what the radiation might be doing to her.  Cell phone radiation protection is a concern for me.

Pong Case Red 2

For the last six months, I’ve been using a case made by Pong.  It’s designed to redirect the radiation emitted by my phone towards the back of the device and away from the users head and body.  Every time I see a better-looking or fun case – even when I’m offered free cases, I think about switching.  Then I remember my daughter using my phone and stick with my Pong. 

The technology in Pong cases has been tested in Federal Communications Commission (FCC)-certified labs and proven to reduce your exposure to cell phone radiation by up to 95% below the FCC limit, while optimizing your mobile device’s signal strength.

This is a screenshot from my phone with the recommendations from Apple on how far your phone should be kept away from your body.

Pong Post Screenshot Apple RecIn the middle there, it says…

Pong Post Screenshot Apple Rec 2

10mm equals a little more than 3/8 inch.

I don’t know how you use your iPhone but I don’t always use a hands-free option or headphones or keep the iPhone more than 3/8 of an inch away from my head and my daughter doesn’t either….

Pong Case Red

A friend offered me a free iPhone case last month, and I turned it down explaining why I keep my Pong.  She shook her head and said, “you believe that, huh?”.  I am not a scientist, I haven’t read all the research, but for me, this is a “better safe than sorry” issue.  There is enough doubt that it’s worth giving up “cute” and “trendy” – which for me is not easy!

One lucky reader is going to win a PONG case of their own for an iPhone 3/3gs! 

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Disclosure of Material Connection:  All opinions are my own, unless otherwise stated.  I was sent a PONG iPhone case for review.

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