Advanced Radiation Protection with the alara Case

Protect more than just your iPhone with the alara case by Brink. The verdict is still out when it comes to health effects of cellphone radiation. But in thirty years, when we know for sure, it’ll be too late to do anything about past exposure. Which is why Brink wants to keep you safe now and forever with its alara case. Unlike other radiation-reducing cases, alara deflects radiation from your iPhone as opposed to blocking it. Blocking the radiation also blocks your cellphone’s signal; so Brink made sure that the alara case doesn’t interfere with connectivity while also reducing your radiation exposure to the lowest level reasonably achievable.

The most important feature of the alara case is, of course, its ability to deflect radiation and make your device completely safe. But that doesn’t mean Brink sacrificed great design—quite the opposite. The alara case fits on the iPhone perfectly and provides US military standard drop protection (up to six feet!) without adding bulk. The classy aesthetic is one that’s easily adaptable for all occasions, and the technology that’s protecting you doubles as a design element on the back.

Check out what alara users have said:

“It fits well, looks sharp, is durable, is relatively light, and fits well in the hand... and I’m able to charge my iPhone X wirelessly when in case... I love it.” -Daryl L.

“Radiation has been discussed for mobile devices for a long time. Originally called Pong, these cases offer the piece of mind of knowing that they are reducing any harmful radiation. They have been of terrific quality for years now, and are also very nice in design. They are very slim yet protective, and have a slightly matte finish so they don’t slide easily.” -Anderson H.

We don’t know how cellphones will affect our health long term, but it’s always better to be safe than sorry. The alara case by Brink never interferes with your cellular connection, blocks 67 percent of your cellphone’s radiation (the most that’s reasonably achievable), and protects your phone from drops up to six feet. And with the upcoming September 12th announcement from Apple, we're confident that there'll be a worthy succesor to the alara. What might that case look like? We don't want to speculate too much ahead of time, but we're so excited to see what's next. Get excited with us; visit Brinkcase today.

 
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