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Quirky 1950s-style Moshi Moshi POP Handset Eliminates 99% of Cellphone Radiation

Posted By Dorin Varza On April 12, 2012 @ 11:00 am In green gadgets,Innovation,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments

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A vibrant and modern interpretation of the classic 1950s Bakelite-style telephone, the Moshi Moshi POP Handset [1]by David Turpin [2] is a colorful new design that can cut cellphone radiation by 99%. The handset was created specifically for use with iPhones & iPads, but is compatible with all smartphones, mobile phones and computers, including BlackBerrys. The Moshi Moshi POP also features a one-touch button for convenient operation and is fitted with advanced noise reduction technology. We also dig the design, which is a throwback to the classic landline – something we’re sure will garner its fair share of smiles and chuckles.

+ David Turpin [2]

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[1] Moshi Moshi POP Handset : http://www.divineseven.com/urban-lifestyle/moshi-moshi-pop-phone.html

[2] David Turpin: http://www.davidturpin-designer.com/

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