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Everything Ion’s Retro Anti-Radiation Bluetooth Headset

For the past few days I’ve been enjoying using a great new retro headset equipped with modern technologies. I’ve previously written about cellphone radiation and the benefits of protecting yourself from absorbing this dangerous side effect of the mobile industry. While I’ve featured a Pong Case and a Pop Phone Headset, it’s time to go really wireless. Say hello to the Everything Ion Anti Radiation Bluetooth Headset – that’s right, no cords.

Infused with Tourmaline*, this light and portable retro handset is compatible with most of the smart phones (yes Android users, you too), turns your tablet into a telephone via Skype or VOIP applications, may eliminate over 99% of absorbed radiation, features a pick up/hang up and volume button, high quality speaker and microphone and good range (I left my phone in my room and was speaking to someone on the Bluetooth headset in the next room.

The Retro Anti-Radiation Bluetooth Headset is available in a variety of colors including the above blue, pink (the color I have), black, white, green and purple in a smooth, luxe soft touch material. Charging is quite easy, just plug the USB cord into your computer. You won’t be disappointed with it’s capabilities. I’ve gotten many compliments when I pull out this Bluetooth handset, mostly after a quizzical look or two, but then the “that’s Bluetooth?, that’s so cool” comments and praise soon follow. To get your own Retro Anti-Radiation Bluetooth Headset for only $29.95 and live free of cords or more information on Everything Ion, visit their website –

*a semi precious mineral stone well know for its incredible ability to aid in the detoxification process of the human body.It is one of only a handful of minerals that have the ability to emit negative ions and far infra-red rays. Tourmaline is know to aid in relieving stress, increase mental alertness, improve circulation and strengthen the immune system. It is a powerful agent for reducing toxin-related aliments.

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