Use your watch to protect yourself from mobile phone radiation
Posted on 30-Aug-2003 08:57.
Filed under: News
A company created a watch that uses eletromagnetic fields from a mobile phone and other devices to recharge. According to the company's website "... is engineered to produce a non-Hertzian/scalar wave shown to shield the body from extremely low frequencies (ELF). It emits a specialized signal that surrounds the body within a bubble or cushion, so the harmful frequencies cannot enter."
"Whe a Philip Stein Teslar Watch is worn, the frequency transacts with the triple warmer meridian on the wrist, and travels throughout the body, helping to cancel harmful static caused by eletromagnectics fields..."
It doens't seem like that, for some people. Wired published an article on these watches saying "There is not a chance in the world that (these types of devices) will do anything but lighten your wallet," said John Moulder, a professor of radiation oncology at the Medical College of Wisconsin, who said he's seen a slew of products that claim to do the same thing, including radio-frequency-proof lingerie."
The watches are currently available at Bloomingdale's New York and Royal Jewelers in Massachusetts. Prices range from $600 for the basic to $2,000 for a diamond-encrusted model.