Disclaimer: I was paid to write this post. However, I only promote sponsors I believe in.
Time for another giveaway. This one is from our sponsor, DefenderPad. DefenderPad is giving away a free DefenderPad Laptop Radiation Shield — an $89.99 Value!
Did you know that radiation from laptops can be harmful to your health?
When we use a laptop in our laps, we are exposed to different kinds of radiation: electromagnetic radiation (EMR), Radio Frequency (RF), extremely low frequency (ELF) and Heat Radiation (HR).
Thankfully, there is a new product that virtually eliminates all harmful radiation exposure from laptops.
Our sponsor, DefenderPad is a new product that was just launched at CES (Computer Electronics Show) last year. I’ve been researching EMF protection for a number of years now and I’ve never found something this effective.
The DefenderPad is very lightweight and portable — it fits easily in a laptop bag. I bring mine everyday to work and also use it at home.
If you want to go ahead and order a DefenderPad, they are offering 15% off with coupon code CHEESESLAVE at checkout! If you end up winning, they will either refund your payment or send you another free one. So there’s no need to wait — you have nothing to lose.
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Enter for a Chance to Win DefenderPad Laptop Radiation Shield
There are 3 easy steps to enter:
1. Click the link below and sign up for the DefenderPad newsletter. This is a mandatory entry.
2. Click the link in the Rafflecopter widget below for the mandatory entry.
3. Sign up for extra entries using Rafflecopter.
Note: This contest is open to readers only in the US who are 18 years or older.
The winner will be chosen via random.org. The contest will end on Monday, February 5th, 2014 at midnight and the winner will be announced on Wednesday, February 8th, 2014 on my blog. Winner will have 48 hours to contact me at annmarie AT realfoodmedia.com with his or her full name, address, and phone number. No purchase necessary to win.
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DISCLAIMER: I was paid to write this post. However, I only work with advertisers I believe in.