Nanofixit is a screen protector that blocks radiation from your phone

Nanofixit is a screen protector that blocks radiation from your phone. Find out how Nanofixit works today in our review.

What Is Nanofixit?

It’s no secret that your phone emits radiation.

All electronic devices emit radiation in some form or another. According to some studies, this radiation is harmless, while other studies show cell phone radiation is linked to an increased risk of health problems — including cancer.

Nanofixit claims that radiation from your phone is dangerous, and it’s silently harming you and your family every day. The best way to protect yourself is to place a Nanofixit screen protector on your phone.The screen protector is applied to the front display of your phone or tablet. You can still interact with the device, but the protector blocks radiation from being directed towards your body.

In addition to the screen protector, Nanofixit also sells a “Gadget Sanitizer”, which is an antibacterial wipe specially designed to fight bacteria and germs on your electronic devices.Nanofixit also sells a liquid screen protector, which is a one-time application designed to fit any phone or tablet and protect it for 2 years.

How Does Nanofixit Screen Protector Work?

Each box of Nanofixit contains 3 sachets. The Invisible Screen Protection system isn’t one product: it’s three separate products.

The three parts of the kit include an alcohol pad (to clean your device), a liquid screen protector (to protect your device from scratches and block radiation), and the third is a microfiber cloth to buff your screen safely.

Nanofixit’s Invisible Screen Protection comes with a number of protective features that make it healthier to use your cell phone. Those features include:

· Reduces more than 90% of cell phone radiation

· Actively kills germs and bacteria on the screen

· Enhances the vividness of your screen (Nanofixit calls this the “HD Effect”)

· Enhances camera quality

· Works with all types of touch screens, including 3D Touch screens

It’s unclear how Nanofixit “enhances camera quality”. The instructions make no mention of cleaning the surface of the camera, but using the microfiber cloth to clean your camera may enhance quality.

How Does Nanofixit Gadget Sanitizer Work?

If you don’t want to buy the full screen protection kit, then you can purchase Nanofixit’s Gadget Sanitizer, which comes in the form of a sachet.

You unwrap the sachet, then apply it to your phone to protect your screen, casing, and buttons while killing 99.9% of all common germs and bacteria.

The sanitizer is a multi-surface protectant, and can safely be used to clean plastic, glass, and metals.

Can Nanofixit Reduce Cancer Risk?

Our devices emit radiation. That’s no secret. The real question is: can this radiation lead to an increased risk of cancer and other problems?

Rats in that study were exposed to the type of radio frequencies (RF) that are commonly emitted by cell phones. Rats were later found to have “low incidents” of two types of tumors.There’s an ongoing debate over whether or not cell phone usage is actually linked to cancer.

Nanofixit’s technology claims to reduce radiation by 90%, which means that the vast majority of radiation from your phone is no longer reaching your body. This, according to the makers of Nanofixit, can make you healthier and reduce your risk of cancer.

How Does Nanofixit Work?

By applying Nanofixit to your phone, you can reduce radiation by up to 90%.

The screen protectant works by targeting radio frequency (RF) waves. In order to target those waves, the shield creates “an invisible barrier of nanoparticles”, which directs radiation away from the phone instead of entering a person’s brain.

That “invisible barrier” consists of a “unique mix of nanoscale organic silicon (SiO2) and antibacterial titanium particles”, explains the official website. This creates a protective coating that’s 0.0004mm thick.In addition to deflecting radiation away from your brain, Nanofixit protects you against scratches and bacteria.

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