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From the Director

Steven Mylonas - CEO Mobile SafetyIn 2009 a dear friend faced a terrifying battle with a brain tumour. Michael was father to five and no stranger to hardship after a medical mistake left his wife permanently disabled many years earlier. Despite their difficult circumstances there was always love and laughter in their home. Sadly the tumour was both malignant and aggressive. Michael quickly lost strength and health and despite operations and chemotherapy he lived just two more years. Michael worked in telecoms and installed base towers for over two decades. He may have been one of Australia’s earliest and most frequent mobile phone users.


In 2011 the World Health Organisation alerted the world when it’s expert panel of 31 international experts reviewed the evidence and classified mobile phone radiation as a Class 2B Carcinogen (a possible cancer causing substance). They quoted studies demonstrating a doubling in brain tumour rates among people who used their phone for merely half an hour a day!

During normal use, over half of the radiation transmitted by your mobile phone is absorbed by your head or body. The World Health Organisation advises mobile phone users to take steps to minimise exposure by utilising hands-free devices or texting (refer W.H.O. press release 208).


Our mobile phone radiation protection cases business exists to provide you with information and accessory solutions. Always use speaker-phone or proven radiation safety accessories. Please also refer our Mobile Safety recommendations page.


To all our customers we guarantee:

– Carefully selected products (satisfying standards of safety, quality, style and practicality),

– Immediate shipping (orders received by 2pm usually ship same day) and

– Easy returns; contact us about any genuine problem. We’re genuinely happy to help.


We look forward to assisting you!

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