The EMF Protection Products That Do Work
One of the most common sources of EMF radiation in our everyday lives are laptops. Many of us use them, and due to their nature this always has to be in close proximity to the device.
Laptop shields come in varying styles, and these can range from carry cases to lap trays. They claim to drastically reduce the amount of EMF radiation that passes through them, and this is extremely useful if you spend a large amount of time using a laptop.
Another common source of exposure to EMF radiation is cell phones. After all, millions of us use them everyday, and usually carry them in our pockets (or bras).
Similarly to laptops, phones emit electric, magnetic, and radio frequencies, along with heat. Considering how frequently we use these devices, this can be a lot of radiation to be exposed to.
Cell phone EMF shields work in the same way as laptop shields, except they have to do it on a much smaller scale. This means having to use lightweight materials without reducing effectiveness.
There is a growing market for clothing that protects your body from radiation. The logic behind this is that rather than blocking radiation from each device, you simply protect your body instead. There is a range of clothing available, ranging from underwear, to t-shirts and jeans, to outerwear.
Questions & Answers
It is 100% shielding of WiFi (2.4 & 5GHz), Bluetooth, cell signals including 5G networks, GPS, RFID, and radio signals with 80dB-100dB average attenuation. We recommend using multiple layers of the fabric for increased shielding.
We do not recommend machine washing the fabric. If you must clean, dampen a rag and lightly wipe away residue.
This does not block x-ray. You need thick metal to do that.
Yes, definitely. We mainly manufacture according to our customers’ specific instructions and designs. You can basically define everything including bag shape, size, color, materials, features and logo etc., and we can manufacture your backpack based on your fully customised instructions.
Yes, we can send a sample for you to inspect. In fact, we always suggest making a sample for approval before moving forward with production. We think this is a good way to ensure everybody is on the same page, and we trust it will also avoid misunderstanding.
We charge 2 times of the FOB price for sampling. Customers will also bear the shipping cost for sending the samples.
First, we need to receive your bag design and instructions. If possible, detailed artwork is preferred because we can then fully understand what you are looking for. You can also consider sending us a physical sample for our reference, if it is available. We can return it back to you after use.
We will then review your instructions and comment back. We will try to provide a rough quotation at this stage. If you feel that the rough price is within acceptable range, we can proceed with the sampling stage.
Upon completion, we will send the proto sample to you and provide a quotation. If there is any comment, or if there are any adjustment needs to be made, we can continue to work together until we are ready for order placement.