Monthly Archive November 2017

Byharry

Alternatives to a leather phone case

A leather phone case is an automatic default for a lot of people. They assume that genuine leather is the best choice for the looks, the prestige and durability. In the past, all WaveWall phone cases were made with leather and we were proud of the quality.

But leather comes with a terrible cost to animals and the environment. WaveWall is about healthy choices and protecting our bodies. What about protecting the environment? What about preventing animal cruelty?

So at the beginning of the year WaveWall set out a new ethical and environmental policy that meant no more leather or animal products in our range. We also committed to working towards carbon neutrality.

The WaveWall Universal is our first alternative to a leather phone case. Using high quality faux leather that is actually plastic. Which means it is still hard wearing, tough and good looking. With colourful stitching and a soft protective interior it’s all the quality you want from a leather phone case – without the leather and cruelty-free!

Fitting the vast majority of mobile phone makes and models you just have to choose the size of your phone screen. No shopping around for the right fit. Which means it will be great for your older phones, or the next big new release.

Great features like an RFID protected space for your cards means it’s the most functional WaveWall phone case yet.

Of course it also protects you from mobile radiation – leather not needed. This shielding is actually anti-radiation fabric in between the layers of the case. It deflects mobile radiation away from your body while still letting you use your phone as normal.

The new WaveWall Wallet is made of the same high quality faux leather and looks great. It has RFID blocking fabric too, but this time to stop fraudsters stealing information from your contactless bank cards.

Would you switch from leather to go cruelty-free and help save the environment?

Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Byharry

The WaveWall Universal phone cover and more in 2017

2017 has been a big year for WaveWall – and it’s not over yet.

The WaveWall Universal, our most functional and versatile phone cover made big waves in 2017.

The WaveWall iPad and WaveWall Laptop saw our range extend. Any device that uses wireless technology produces radiation that is damaging to the body. Including iPads, tablets and laptops. Our fantastic cases and covers product your body as well as your tablet and laptop.

Electromagnetic frequencies from mobile phone radiation, wireless networks and wifi can enter the body and damage cells and DNA. This can cause cancer, tumours, and male infertility.

The WaveWall Laptop sits between your laptop and your lap and shields your most sensitive areas from the radiation and heat that can damage sperm. Then it transforms into a stylish and protective carry case to protect your laptop from bumps and scratches.

Most people like to get a case or cover for their iPad. They don’t fold away nicely like a laptop and the screen can easily get scratched. The WaveWall iPad cover doesn’t just protect your iPad though. It blocks that radiation from the wireless signals the iPad is always using. It’s super functional too, with a stand and space for a keyboard.

Then you can move a step closer to home with WaveWall’s SYB Shielded Boxers. Get anti-radiation protection where you need it most. The boxers are woven with silver thread for radio frequency protection. Because even if you protect your gadgets you are still passing through wireless networks and mobile radiation all day.

Last but not least, you can now get WaveWall protection for your wallet. The WaveWall Wallet uses the same clever WaveWall technology but this time it blocks scammers and identity thieves from using new contactless technology to steal your bank card information.

At the beginning of the year we committed to a new ethics policy. We wanted to remove leather and all animal byproducts from our range. Plus become CO2 neutral in our operations through offsetting and be mindful of working conditions. We are proud to support the Gardiner Foundation.

Byharry

Your ideal mobile phone case

For convenience sake a lot of people just settle with a mobile phone case and don’t spend the time looking for their perfect case. There are actually a lot of great, multifunctional, useful phone cases out there. So it is worth having a good think about what you would like your ideal mobile phone case to do and searching it out.

First up, the case needs to protect the phone. That seems obvious. But a lot of cases don’t even do that. Many cases are just for the looks. Sensitive parts of the phone like the screen or camera are left exposed to scratches and cracks.

So you want a phone case with protection from from drops and scratches, and from everyday use. Including vulnerable areas like the screen and camera.

Then it needs to be easy to use. You could roll bubble wrap around your phone and it would be really safe. But completely unusable. You want to be able to snap a quick picture or make a simple phone call. You don’t want your phone to overheat, for the side buttons not to work, the charger not fit, or reception be affected.

The phone case should also protect you. Confused? Have a look at our blog and our information about mobile phone radiation. Mobile phone radiation can cause cancer, tumours and male infertility with new studies coming out all the time.

A good phone case can also make your life easier. Some include pockets for cash or cards. A phone case that doubles as a wallet sounds good.

But you need protection for your cards and personal information too. Identity thieves and scammers can scan your cards using the popular new contactless technology. RFID blocking phone cases keep your banking and personal information safe.

That seems like a lot for a phone case to do. The WaveWall Universal can do it all. It’s a stylish, multifunctional universal phone case.

Do you already have your ideal mobile phone case? Has this post given you any good ideas?

Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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