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PONG iPhone 5 Rugged Case (Blue)

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PONG iPhone 5 Rugged Case (White) [ONLINE EXCLUSIVE]

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It doesn’t wear spandex or a cape, but the effect is the same. The iPhone 5 Rugged case protects you and your phone wherever you go by reducing exposure to radiation. Plus, your Pong Rugged case optimizes your iPhone's signal strength and conserves battery life.

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Regular Price: $119.00

Special Offer $49.00

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Features and Benefits

 

- Pong technology reduces exposure to cellular radiation by up to 91% below international safety limits, by redirecting cell phone radiation away from your head and body

- Built on a tough polycarbonate chassis and encased in resilient but hard rubber, that provides durable protection and shock absorption

- Rubber finish and design provides an outstanding grip for the hand and a very snug fit for the iPhone 5

- Scientifically engineered case can improve signal strength and protects against dropped calls

- Efficient antenna performance can increase talk-time battery life

- Very tough but elegant design for a case with versatile functionality

- Camera opening allows for full unobstructed function of the camera and flash

- Weights only 36g

- FREE Screen Protector and Cleaning Cloth included

 

CLICK HERE FOR RUGGED CASE DROP-TEST REPORT

 


 

Protecting the User: Reduce Radiation Exposure

Why I need to use PONG instead of other phone casings?

Pong protects you, your phone and optimizes your signal. Pong is the ONLY solution proven by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certified laboratories to protect users from cell phone radiation while optimizing phone performance. Plus, the sleek and elegant design provides you with the only cool protective case for bothyour phone and you. Pong is proven to reduce cell phone radiation (SAR) up to 95% below FCC limits.

PONG SAR

 

What is SAR?

SAR stands for Specific Absorption Rate and measures the amount of cell phone radiation in units of watts per kilogram (W/kg) absorbed by a cell phone user's body including the head. 

The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) limits SAR levels in cell phones for partial-body exposure (including the head) to up to 1.6 W/kg (watts/kilogram). In general, the lower the SAR, the better the chances your phone is not a potential health hazard.
How does Pong affect my cell reception?
Because Pong helps your phone use its energy more efficiently, your reception and transmission are optimized.


Protecting Your Signal

How Pong Works

When you hold your cell phone to your ear, your head and body absorbs up to 68% of the radiation emitted by your phone making it more difficult for your cell phone to communicate with the cell tower. The antenna within the Pong case redirects the cell phone radiation away from your head allowing more radiation to communicate with the cell tower, which optimizes your signal.

Your cell phone's battery life is also optimized by having the signal optimized, because your phone doesn't have to work so hard to communicate with the cell tower.

 How the Pong case effects the cell phone's signal pattern are illustrated below from actual tests conducted on an iPhone atCETECOM, an independent FCC certified test facility.

Without the Pong DeviceWith the Pong Device
TRP increased .12 dB, SAR reduced 64%

When using a cell phone without a Pong case, the absorption of radiation by the user, which can be up to 68% of the TRP (Total Radiated Power - signal strength), creates a signal “dead zone” on the side of the head opposite the phone – this can be clearly seen as the dark blue indent in the laboratory measurement of the signal pattern shown in the plot on the left. The impact of the Pong case on the signal pattern can be seen in the plot on the right. The antenna within the Pong case redirects the radiation away from your head and body so that less radiation is absorbed. The result is a more uniform radiation pattern in the area surrounding the user, which enables more radiation to be available to communicate with the cell tower.

Using a Pong case for your smartphone:

  • Optimizes your signal strength
  • Optimizes your battery life
  • Reduces your exposure to cell phone radiation

 

Protecting the Phone

Optimizing Total Radiated Power (TRP)

In addition to providing protection for your phone from unnecessary damage due to being scratched or dropped, Pong protects your phone in another very important way. The transmission power of your cell phone is called Total Radiated Power (TRP). The maximum TRP of most modern cell phones, as measured in dBm (30 dbm=1 Watt), ranges from 24-33 dBm, with 27 dBm being average. Since TRP is directly related to the ability of your phone to communicate with the cell tower, it is important that external devices such as cell phone cases preserve TRP as much as possible.

Any case, cover, or device that you place upon your cell phone is likely to negatively impact TRP. This is especially true for other radiation devices that "contain" or "shield" radiation from the user and, consequently, can reduce TRP by over 90%.

In contrast, laboratory testing confirms that the typical performance of a Pong case will result in TRP changes of +/- 2.5 dB. So Pong is the only cell phone case has been proven to actually increase TRP.

We are so confident you will not notice a reduction in signal strength that we offer you this Pong Pledge:
If you notice a loss of cell signal from using your Pong case, simply return the case to us within 30 days of receipt and Pong will refund your purchase price. No questions asked.

 

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    Media Appearance

    Examiner.com: June 6, 2012

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    Spotlight Appearance

    June 14, 2012 - CNET News

    The Federal Communications Commission is taking a look at revising its 15-year-old safety limits for cell phones, in a routine rev...

    June 12, 2012 - Crave - CNET Blogs

    What do you expect from your iPad case? Simple protection? Maybe a built-in stand for hands-free reading and movie watching? Pong...
      
    April 27, 2012 - New Zealand Herald

    Expand The jury is still out on mobile phone health risks. Picture / AP Allegations of bad science, not enough science, conflicts...

    April 24, 2012 - The Mail On Sunday

    PUBLISHED: 10:33 GMT, 24 April 2012 | UPDATED: 10:36 GMT, 24 April 2012 ) A scientific conference starting in London today will ...
      

    April 23, 2012 - The Independent

    Is a rise in brain tumours linked to the radiation sources we hold so close to our heads? Experts can’t agree on the answer...
    April 5, 2012 - ABC News Radio

    (NEW YORK) -- Scientists are calling into question a study published last year that failed to find a link between cellphone use an... 
      

    March 15, 2012 - ABCNews.com

    A new study could re-ignite the debate over the potentially dangerous effects of cell phone radiation on children's behavior. Rese...

    March 15, 2012 - womenshealth.gov

    Behaviors seemed to rise with added exposure, but experts stress that rodent findings are preliminary....
      


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