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Cell Sensor EMF finder.


The Cell Sensor EMF Detector is not, contrary to rumour, designed to indicate when the European Monetary Fund is running low on convertible currencies. It is instead, dear readers, for identifying just how much of a nasty old electro-magnetic field is bathing your ear lobe and other bodily parts at any moment of the day or night. Sleep well. $39.99.

 Recently, many studies have delivered warnings about long-term exposure to cell phone radiation and certain electromagnetic fields. But since these dangers can’t be seen by the naked eye, how can you protect yourself and your family? The CellSensor EMF Detection Meter measures both of these hazards with an easy-to-read gauge that also beeps and glows when high readings are detected.


  • too bad this device doesn’t have a digital display.

  • Agreed. But even the analogue display is an uplift on earlier models. I tested out a bunch a while back which only had bleep and blinking light indicators. Also discovered that most of the EMF from a laptop comes out sideways from the edge of the screen. Probably the backlight, I suppose.

  • The analog display works well enough, you can switch between two scales for high/low intensity in it. The EMF probe works well too, and is pretty consistant, but I never got the cell sensor to do anything. It still beeps and flashes when you get close to maxing out the current range.

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