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Laptop Radiation Shield Leader DefenderPad Expanding to International Markets

U.S (PRWEB) May 20, 2013

Laptop radiation shield leader, DefenderPad, announced today that it is now not only a hit in the U.S., but has a growing demand in international markets according to representatives for the company.

“With international sales continuing to expand, we’re now actively seeking out regional wholesaler and distribution channels to better service the world markets,” a spokesman for DefenderPad said.

DefenderPad, which according to an independent study, is the only laptop radiation shield that blocks virtually all harmful radiation, its spokesman explained, has begun negotiating agreements with potential distribution partners in European countries.

"We are expanding into international markets,” the spokesman pointed out, before adding, “DefenderPad is searching for world partners that are best in class channels at delivering the highest quality of products at the best prices.”

Plans include having partners offering product information tailored to local markets. Sales and support collateral as well as websites, the spokesman stressed, will be in the native language of the countries served.

“Customer experiences will be improved with product delivery times reduced from two to three weeks to two to three days," the spokesman said.

DefenderPad is a unique and pioneering solution that provides ultimate safety while using today's modern mobile technology.

DefenderPad blocks nearly 100 percent of all potentially harmful Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) and greatly reduces heat emitted by laptops, tablets and other electronic devices.

In fact, an independent FCC certified lab test revealed The DefenderPad is the only product capable of fundamentally eliminating two forms of potentially dangerous Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) with Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) EMR and Radio Frequency (RF) EMR. In addition to radiation, The DefenderPad’s technology also absorbs and dissipates heat, preventing irritation, rashes, and “toasted skin syndrome,” a condition that can lead to skin cancer in some cases.

“Now that we’ve entered international markets, we feel confident that DefenderPad is becoming a product known worldwide for protecting individuals from the dangers of laptop radiation.”

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About the Icaro Group, LLC and The DefenderPad™

The Icaro Group, LLC is a U.S. based company composed of a team of scientists, engineers and technology experts with the sole mission to create and develop the most effective Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) shielding solutions possible. Produced using state-of-the-art technologies, our products provide the ultimate in safety and protection from modern device radiation. The DefenderPad™ is now available at

Daniel T. DeBaun
(800) 499-2418
Email: info(at)defenderpad(dot)com

Source: Icaro Group, LLC


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