Radiation Warning From a Bracelet

There are stacks of documented studies on the effects of radiation on pregnant women. The most detrimental being the inability of the embryonic cell to properly divide and split. CARE is a bracelet designed to alert women of radiation levels in the immediate vicinity. The bracelet changes color and vibrates when levels are high enough to potentially harm the growing fetus.


Designers: Gang Wang, Bin Xiao & Yanyan Cheng of The Fun Team

27 Comments

  • Jay Ensley says:

    This item addresses a current and very important concern, but I can't find it in the YD store.

  • James says:

    Use a hair dyer….radiation, sit on a chair….radiation, walk on the pavement….radiation. How about pregnant women just live in the woods for nine months. So I assume by this entire team of designers research, every woman who gave birth in a city had an octopus baby? Lovely idea certainly, let's just keep it based in reality yeah.

  • taemun says:

    Perhaps you should spend more time investigating what constitutes ionising radiation (ie, that which can harm you) and … well just radiation. The energy coming out of your cell phone doesn't have enough energy to knock an electron out of orbit. Certainly not a hairdryer, power distribution box, etc.

  • Melchior says:

    maybe I should start wearing an aluminium foil hat, because oh no all that “harmfull” radiation might effect my brain too….

  • Anon says:

    Okay, yes radiation is dangerous (anything Higher than UV that is), but all examples given in the images are of electromagnetic FIELDS not of radiation. EMF’s are not harmful to humans; at least not in the way that the images of children at the beginning are trying to make people think.

    Those deformities are caused by genetic mutations due to neutron or gamma radiation messing with DNA strands. This product is very misleading.

  • Anon says:

    Okay, yes radiation is dangerous (anything Higher than UV that is), but all examples given in the images are of electromagnetic FIELDS not of radiation. EMF’s are not harmful to humans; at least not in the way that the images of children at the beginning are trying to make people think.

    Those deformities are caused by genetic mutations due to neutron or gamma radiation messing with DNA strands. This product is very misleading.

  • Prawnhead says:

    It's obvious you don't know the difference between electro-magnetic radiation and particle emission radiation. So stick with the design stuff and leave the science to people with a few more clues.

  • Jimmy C says:

    This seems pretty paranoid to me too. Give it to someone who needs it, like scientists in a fusion reactor or something. Wome do NOT need to be worrying about this. I mean, where is the radiation going to come from in the first place?

  • mak says:

    a million dollar idea i am giving you:- all kinds of radio waves are harmful for us. you can always capture the waves in free air and get free electricity 🙂
    saves money and removes all radiation around you.

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