Bradenton Beach, FL (PRWEB) December 23, 2013
Representatives with DefenderPad announced today that customers will now be able to take advantage of additional savings during the company’s holiday sale, starting today.
“Starting now, we’re hosting a DefenderPad Holiday Sale that will last through January 1, 2014,” a spokesman for Defenderpad said.
“Customers can use promo code HAPPYHOLIDAYS13 at checkout to receive 15 percent off,” the spokesman said.
DefenderPad, a product where FCC certified testing shows that it is the only laptop shield that blocks all harmful emissions, offers the most complete laptop radiation protection available.
DefenderPad’s radiation and heat protective technology, combined with its stylish design makes DefenderPad an ideal replacement for lap desks, lap trays and laptop cooling pads.
DefenderPad, according to company representatives, is a unique and pioneering solution that provides ultimate safety while using today's modern mobile technology.
In fact, an FCC certified lab test revealed that DefenderPad blocks virtually 100 percent of all potentially harmful Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) and greatly reduces heat emitted by laptops, tablets and other modern devices.
The DefenderPad eliminates two forms of potentially dangerous electromagnetic radiation (EMR) with extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic radiation (EMR) and radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic radiation (EMR).
For more information, please visit: http://www.defenderpad.com/blog/.
About the Icaro Innovations and DefenderPad®
Icaro Innovations is a US-based Pioneering Protection™ company composed of a team of engineers, scientists and technology experts with over a century of combined experience. Our mission is to share our knowledge of Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) and its potential health issues, while creating and developing the most effective shielding solutions possible. Made in the USA using state-of-the-art technologies, DefenderPad® products provide the ultimate protection from modern device radiation and heat.
Daniel T. DeBaun
Source: Icaro Innovations