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    SYB Stick-on 6" Tiles, Flexible EMF Protection Shields, 4-Pack
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    • Deflects up to 95% of EMF radiation from devices like WiFi, smart meters, cell phones, cordless phones & baby monitors, per UCLA testing. EMF radiation is linked to infertility and cancer, and is listed by the World Health Organization as a Class 2B Carcinogen; protect yourself.
    • Don't be fooled by EMF pendants or charms that claim to harmonize or neutralize EMF radiation without any scientific proof. Our Tiles use universally-accepted and scientifically verified principles to shield your body from EMF radiation. Inside each Tile is a super fine mesh of metallic fibers that form a shield to block EMF radiation.
    • Each Tile is 6" x 6" (15cm x 15cm) and each package comes with 4 Tiles. The Tiles are polyester, woven with a superfine mesh of nickel and copper fibers to provide excellent shielding (>60 dB from 10 MHz to 3+ GHz) and they are laminated to protect against cuts and scratches.
    • Made in USA; Patent Pending.
    • Super simple to apply. Just peel the back off and stick on any surface where you want shielding, like your bedroom wall or your desk-- anywhere. The Tiles are also easy to cut into custom shapes with scissors or a knife.

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