The Pocket Patch is a small, white piece of material that can be ironed into the pocket of any pair of pants. It'll prevent cell phone radiation from seeping through the pocket of the pants and engaging in direct contact with the body. This patch is made out of special cotton material and has been manufactured with Swiss engineered technology that will prevent most of a cell phone's microwaves from traveling through it. It is machine washable, hypoallergenic, and totally comfortable to use. Due to the softness of the cotton, you likely won't even be able to feel it as you wear it.
When your body comes in frequent contact with radiation produced by cell phones and wireless internet signals, this can eventually cause a number of problems, including infertility, cancer, and impotence. These kinds of radiation can also affect the healthy growth of children. Hence, it's important to block radiation from coming in contact with your body, and you can do so with the Pocket Patch, without affecting the battery life or performance of your cell phone. As you or a family member carry a phone in your pocket, the Pocket Patch will divert up to 99 percent of the microwaves emanating from it.
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Becoming infertile or impotent due to cell phone radiation, not to mention potentially developing cancer, can get in the way of a successful and happy adult life. That's why it's important for all adults who ever carry cell phones in their pockets to start using the Pocket Patch each time they do.
Being exposed to too much radiation can get in the way of a child's growth. Therefore, if you have a child who carries a cell phone in their pocket, even on an occasional basis, it'll be beneficial to iron a Pocket Patch into their pants. Since kids will likely be using cell phones for many more years over their lifetimes than today's adults will, it's especially important that they're protected from radiation exposure.
- Work Within Any Pants Pocket
- Lab Tested at Ucla
- Machine Washable
- Comfortable to Wear
The use of the Pocket Patch is not limited to jeans or some other specific type of pant. As long as you have an iron, you can iron it into the pocket of any pair of pants and be protected from radiation.
The Pocket Patch has been lab tested at the University of California in Los Angeles, where it was demonstrated that it is very effective at what it does. Specifically, it is capable of diverting up to 99 percent of the radioactive microwaves that come from cell phones. If you use the device, as little as one percent of these waves may end up reaching you.
When you need to wash a Pocket Patch, it is easy to do so, as they're machine washable.
Each Pocket Patch is also hypoallergenic, so wearing it will not aggravate common allergies by irritating your skin or causing other difficulties.
The cotton material used to make each Pocket Patch will feel soft and comfortable against your skin, just like the inside of a pair of standard cotton pants.
- Require Ironing Skills
- Only Come in White
The Pocket Patch must be ironed into a pair of pants, so if you do not have good ironing skills, or do not own an iron, the device will be difficult for you to use.
Pocket Patches only come in white, and are therefore more likely to show dirt than patches of other colors.
- Cases That Block Radiation
- Not Carrying Phone in Pocket
Some cell phone cases will block harmful radiation waves, but unlike the Pocket Patch, these may interfere with the battery life of your phone. They may also make your cell phone a bit thicker, which will crowd up your pocket and make it harder for you to slide the phone in and out.
Of course, you can prevent yourself from being exposed to radiation by not carrying your phone in your pocket, or anywhere near your body. However, that means you'll have to fumble in your bag or purse for it whenever you need to use it at a moment's notice. This could become very inconvenient. Children are also less likely to lose their phones if they are able to carry them on their person.
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