The SAR Shield combines technology from the materials used to shield Stealth Bombers from radar detection and telecommunications fields in the shape of a flexible sticker no larger than the size of a nickel that absorbs the electromagnetic waves (radiation) emitted while the phone is in use. The SAR Shield then deflects the waves away from the user’s ear and skull, reducing the specific absorption rate (SAR) upwards of 89%, which is quite an impressive achievement, to say the least.
"This is the first generation that has put relatively high-powered transmitters against the head, day after day," says Dr. Ross Adey, who has been studying microwave radiation for decades, and is one of the most respected scientists in the field.
The SAR Shield retails for $15, which is quite an attractive price point, at least as long as the device manages to deliver on its promise, of course, which is most likely the case, given the fact that it's FCC approved.
Plus, a part of this money will be donated by the company to brain cancer awareness and further studies on cell phone radiation.