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EM Shield Pocket Patch - Close View Of Pocket Patch Application

EM Shield Pocket Patch Applied On Two Pair Of Jeans And Official Testing By High Frequency Electronics Testing Center at the University of California Results


Everybody knows  smartphones emit harmful cell phone & WiFi radiation. Especially when held for all day long, as everyone does, in the front pocket of the pants! Multiple scientific studies have linked this type of radiation with infertility, damaged sperm and even impotence. And the World Health Organization has listed this radiation as a Class 2B Carcinogen – also check the Radiation Detector Bra we featured earlier.

What’s the solution to this? Well get rid of your smartphone! Just joking!
The guys from EMShield have your back covered and brought the Pocket Patch to the market.

Based on the High Frequency Electronics Testing Center at the University of California in Los Angeles who tested the product back in June 2013 the Pocket Patch achieves to deflect up to 99% of harmful cell phone radiation and protect your body from it’s negative consequences.

The Pocket Patch is very simple to install. Here’s how it works in a handful of easy steps:turn your jeans, slacks or trousers inside out, preheat the ironing machine on “Cotton Setting”, place one patch on the pocket lining, iron it for 20-30 seconds and you and your future kids are ready to go!
Amazingly simple, isn’t it? The Pocket Patche is made of Hypoallergenic and skin-Comfortable material, comes in packs of 3 units, is 5.5″ (14cm) tall and 3.75″ (9.5cm) wide and can be machine washed on normal cycle up to 30 times with no loss of performance. Check them out and get yourself and your future kids some radiation protection!

$19.90 | BUY NOW
Cheaper On Amazon?

 

$19.90 | BUY NOW
Cheaper On Amazon?

 

Written by Emil Ivan (2019 posts)

Emil is the managing editor of Cool Pile. He loves cool stuff, gadgets, gear for guys and writes about his lifestyle discoveries on daily basis. You can find Emil on Google+.

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