NoRadi is an insert that fits into the case of any cell phone and absorbs electromagnetic radiation that could be harmful to the user. Now, the creator of this ingenious device has launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds for production and marketing of NoRadi to a larger audience.
According to reports, the World Health Organization and International Agency for Research on Cancer have classified the radiation emitted by cell phones as a potential carcinogen, placing it is the 2B group of “suspected carcinogen for humans.” Because of the close proximity to the body when using or carrying a cell phone, users are at particular risk from this type of radiation. Studies have suggested that users may develop certain cancers due to this exposure.
NoRadi solves this problem by shielding the user from harmful electromagnetic radiation. The insert fits into any cell phone case; there is also a version for tablets and PCs. NoRadi uses a Z-type hexaferrite with a powder silicone binding agent. This patented technology makes the radiation from a phone harmless by absorbing up to 60 percent of emitted rays. “While other products may claim to block 99 percent of the electromagnetic energy from a cell phone, this is impossible,” notes the creator. “Instead, NoRadi reasonably claims that the product stops up to 60 percent of electromagnetic radiation, which gives the user a great degree of protection and still allows the phone to work.”
As seen at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/noradi-stop-phone-radiation#/story, the IndieGoGo campaign offers pledge levels from $24 to $199 and perks from NoRadi inserts to phone, tablet and PC cases.
For more information on the prizes associated with each pledge level, see the IndieGoGo page.
NoRadi is an insert that protects cell phone users from harmful electromagnetic energy and radiation that can emit from their devices. The creator of NoRadi is raising funds for production and distribution through an IndieGoGo campaign.
Company Name: NoRadi
Contact Person: Richard Mamut
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Country: United Kingdom