Think about all the things you touch in a day. You might use a grocery cart, push an elevator button, open a door knob, or shake hands with a co-worker. All of these things can put bacteria onto your hands. Next, you touch your smartphone and transfer bacteria onto it. PhoneSoap can sanitize your smartphone, tablet, and more.
Daniele spoke with David at CES 2018. PhoneSoap is a UV sanitizer for devices like phones and tablets. It uses UV light, similar to what hospitals use to sanitize devices.
Put your smartphone into the device. Once you close the device, the light comes on. The UV light will stay on for about ten minutes. At that point, your smartphone is sanitized. The UV light will sanitize up to 99.9%
PhoneSoap also works as a charger, so you can charge your phone while it is being sanitized. It is priced at $59.95. There is also a PhoneSoap Wireless that is priced at $99.95. PhoneSoap XL is priced at $119.95. It can sanitize tablets and other objects that will fit inside it.
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PhoneSoap was invented by Dan Barnes and Wes LaPorte. They learned that the average phone is 18 times dirtier than a public bathroom. This disgusting fact inspired them to create a safe way to sterilize a phone.
Have you ever heard of “Con Crud?” It is a phrase people use to refer to the unfortunate situation of getting sick after attending a conference. Spending a few days in an area packed with people, while trying to network with them, makes it easy for colds and germs to spread.
You touch a table that someone else sneezed on. You touch your phone to take a photo of something interesting that is on the table. You shake hands with a person who unwittingly shook hands with someone who failed to wash them after using the restroom. You touch your phone to put in someone’s contact information. This is how your phone becomes filled with germs!
Eventually, you put your phone into your purse or pocket. Warm and dark places like those are a breeding ground for bacteria. Many people do not realize that their dirty phone could be making them sick.
PhoneSoap is the best way to clean your phone. It is able to kill microorganisms that hide in crevices where cleaning wipes can’t reach. PhoneSoap uses UVC rays (the same used by hospitals) to sterilize any size smartphone in just minutes, killing 99% of bacteria: including staph, E. Coli, and “super bug” MRSA. PhoneSoap is wireless and acts as a phone charger.
PhoneSoap 3 is priced at $59.95. It comes in black, white, silver, gold, sand, aqua, and orchid.
Visit PhoneSoap at CES 2018 in the Health & Wellness Marketplace, Halls A-D, booth #43020.
You charge your phone every day. How often do you clean and sanitize your phone? It isn’t something that everyone thinks about. You touch something and pick up bacteria. Then, you touch your phone and transfer the bacteria to it. This can make you sick. PhoneSoap has healthy solutions to this problem.
PhoneSoap is proud to be the only cell phone charger that cleans and sanitizes your phone while it charges. At CES 2016, PhoneSoap is debuting PhoneSoap XL and the PhoneSoap Locker.
PhoneSoap XL retails for $119.95. It is available for preorder now, and the preorder will be shipped March 30, 2016. PhoneSoap XL comes in two colors: black or white.
PhoneSoap XL is for tablets. It does not use liquid, heat, or any harsh chemicals to sanitize your tablets. Instead, it uses 4 powerful UV-C bulbs that encompasses your tablet in germicidal light. It takes only 5 minutes and can charge your tablet at the same time. PhoneSoap XL can sanitize tablets, multiple phones, or any other object that fits inside it. It can sanitize your keys, mouse, Apple Watch, and more.
PhoneSoap Locker is a bigger version of PhoneSoap XL. It can lock and store 8 devices, and sanitize all the devices simultaneously. It can also charge and sync multiple devices at the same time. It can hold cell phones, tablets, E-readers, and more.
Visit PhoneSoap at Sands, Hall G, Booth # 80531 (Eureka Park Marketplace) at CES 2016.