The cutest, cuddliest and softest way to fight 5G!

The blocking power is in the shell. Beneath the first fabric layer is RFID shielding fabric. Sometimes called Faraday fabric, this material is the same that is used to make Faraday cages. These cages block signals from electronic devices.

5G uses waves of radio frequencies to transmit and receive data. It will enable instant connectivity....but it may come at a huge price, much bigger than money. Mobile networks use towers that transmit Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs). These towers produce massive amounts of radiation and with 5G there will be many more towers added to the networks.

This means that you won't have to go very far to be in close contact with a tower that produces large amounts of radiation. According to radiationhealthrisks.com, "how close the source is to our physical bodies is more important than the power level or wattage of the radiation. RF radiation dissipates with distance. In other words, a low powered exposure right next to someone is more dangerous than a more powerful exposure farther away. 5G will be the worst of both worlds. There will be more towers around us and closer to us and much more powerful."

Since the closer the radiation is, the worse it is, we need to guard ourselves from Wi-fi routers inside our homes as well!

All you need to do is cuddle the turtle while you are near a phone, computer, Wi-Fi router or TV. You can even cuddle while sleeping. Just make sure the shell is facing away from you.

To clean your turtle, you can wash it, but please air dry. The shell will lose it's fighting power if exposed to strong heat.

Turtle Shield! 5G blocking stuffed turtles!

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