ENVi Radiation-Reducing Stereo Headset
Although many people believe that using a cell-phone headset reduces the amount of radiation entering the head, several studies have shown that the wire in a standard cell headset can actually increase up to 3 times the amount of electromagnetic radiation transmitted to your head. This is because the wire acts as an antenna, conducting the fields from the phone to the body. Here's a novel solution: a headset that uses Stethoscopic Aire-Stream Technology, which delivers sound through an air-filled wireless tube (similar to a doctor’s stethoscope). This technology (also known as a pneumatic tube) reduces the possibility of radiation reaching your head from the earpiece.
The double-bud ENVi headset is ergonomically designed for comfort. Squeeze button lets you answer, hang up and mute. Wood-finish accents. Comes with four rubber ear-bud covers of different sizes. Has round 3.5mm jack to fit iPhones, iPods, MP3 players, and phones with a 3.5mm input.
For information on problems associated with cell phones, go to cprnews.com and microwavenews.com.
Click here for a 2008 episode of CNN's "Larry King Live," about the possible dangers of cell phones.
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