Giveaway: Pong Radiation Reduction iPhone Cover

Is it me or are our kids really smart? Watching my daughter navigate her way through my iPhone like a seasoned 35-year old marketing exec kinda makes me proud. She can find her Preschool apps in about 2 seconds flat and they keep her occupied for some time. This translates to some semi-peaceful eating time when out at our favorite local restaurant. I guess we need to invest in a second device in order for our son to follow her lead. But what about all these recent reports out about cell phone use and cancer? It’s one thing for me to have my ear to my phone half of the day but how can I protect my children? All parents should know about the Pong iPhone protection case. Pong is the first company to bring a scientifically proven radiation reduction cover for your phone to the market!

Here’s the rundown: Radiation is a form of energy. Your cell phone antenna emits powerful radiation in order to send and receive signals to and from the wireless network. The hazard is that the antenna also radiates its energy into your headspace. Pong uses a patented physics-based solution to redirect the flow of this energy. Pong’s special silicone formula guarantees that your phone maintains full signal strength and battery life.


“Concerned about cell phone radiation? Now there is a solution.” Some more food for thought:

– The French government in May banned the use of cell phones in elementary schools citing the ‘principle of precaution’ regarding children’s vulnerability to cell phone radiation. In the United States, “Cell Phones and Brain Tumors: 15 Reasons for Concern,” a landmark document signed by 40 leading scientists, was published in August.

– The Pong iPhone case is the first product proven by FCC-certified laboratories to reduce cell phone radiation.

– Its patented technology module employs principles of antenna theory and physics to channel the emitted radiation into a ‘chimney effect,’ pulling the radiation up and away from the phone. Full signal strength is maintained, so that the phone’s function and battery life are not compromised.


Pong gives us their Top Ten Apps for Design Savvy Parents:

Peekaboo Barn

Kids Eat for Free

Baby Tracker

Tickle Tap Apps


White Noise Lite

Babysitter Connect

Baby Cam


Toddler Cards

Win It: Pong is giving away one cell phone cover plus a $25 iTunes credit to download the top apps for parents! It’s easy to enter. Visit Pong to learn more about this terrific new product. Let us know what you think by commenting on this post and you’ll be eligible to win this prize worth over $80! Cant Wait: All PN readers will receive 10% off any Pong orders with code COOLMOM. Contest ends Tuesday, December 15th, 2009 at 11:59pm PST.

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Contest Closed – Congrats Kari G.



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    love how it works: . The Pong Effect occurs as a pure energy transfer with no distortion due to the properties of the module material and microwave-tuned antenna design.

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    I’m an RSS-feed subscriber (love, love, love the blog!) and a Twitter follower. I had no idea the Pong cover existed. Cool, very cool, indeed.

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    My husband just got an iPhone, I would love to win this for him. This is the first time I’ve heard about this company. The design is cool, love the colors and I hope it works.

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    Love the idea, looks nice and has a purpose. Also like the fact that it has a textured surface to avoid slippage unlike mine.

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    This is really great! A big thank you to Pong for making our high tech world a little safer for our kids. Thanks you for this giveaway!

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    this is a great product. cell phone radiation is such a scary thought… it’s great that there are ways to reduce it!

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    I recent Danish study found that radiation from cell phones does not contribute to brain cancers, but there certainly could be other effects – I’d rather be safe than sorry.

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    My boyfriend likes his iPhone better than he likes me. I showed him these cases and he thought they were awesome! The textured design is great.

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    soo important– since we dont’ know what radiation could do long term yet! great product!! :) thanks for sharing (i follow your blog daily!!) :)

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    My husband could use one of these. He’s always letting the toddler “play” with his iPhone. I worry about her exposure to radiation. This cover is a great idea.

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    These stories about exposure to radiation from cell phones never seem to go away, so I think there may be something to it. This product looks like a great way to address the problem.

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    I think it would make a strange gift… “you talk on your phone so much I think you’ll get cancer from it, HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!”

    but I do want one for myself, I think the tumor in my brain is getting bigger each day.

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    I never knew this product existed. I think all cell phone covers should have this kind of radiation protection. I would love to get one for my iPhone. Thanks for the chance.

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    I learned that according to Wired Magazine, specific Absorption Rate fell from 1.181 W/kg for a bare iPhone 3GS to 0.421 W/kg for the same iPhone 3GS with a Pong case, a drop of 65%.

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    They’re not only functional (who doesn’t worry about environmental radiation from all sources….) but they’re stylish too. I want one!

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    I’ve been wondering lately about how much I use my cell phone and if it’s harmful. Glad someone came up with this. I think it’s interesting that they say your communication efficiency could even improve using the case.

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    What a great product! I would love to win this for my son, who never is without his iPod touch.

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    My grandson is on his phone constantly, I would give this to him. I see they’ve been working on their project for about a decade, and are beginning to see the dangers of cellphone radiation. Kudos to them.

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    I think companies have downplayed the chance of radiation damage, so if there is a chance you can redirect this energy out and away from you, I sure want a chance to have my hubby use this. And when kids play with them, who knows what it has been doing to them and cumulative effects. Better safe than sorry!!!

    ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

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    New Facebook Fan and left a comment about this item. thanks so much!

    ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

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    great product, better safe than sorry (no matter how ‘safe’ the ‘experts’ say it is)

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    I learned that according to Wired Magazine, specific Absorption Rate fell from 1.181 W/kg for a bare iPhone 3GS to 0.421 W/kg (which is very scary) for the same iPhone 3GS with a Pong case, a drop of 65%.

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    what a great product! as much as we use our cell phones this would be a great blessing.

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    I really like the looks of The Pong, I learned that it reduces hotspot radiation by 85%.

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