Important Safety Warning!
READ BEFORE YOU ORDER AND USE 1st generation "Hoodi" shades
Disclaimer: HoodiVision and Umbra Group Inc. neither assume nor accept any liability for damages resulting from the handling or use of the magnets in our products. With your purchase, the buyer confirms that you have read and understood the following warnings, the buyer agrees that he/she is responsible for all damages and injuries caused by the magnets, which include personal injuries, property damages and magnet damages. The buyer must agree with the terms before purchase.
The HoodiVison™ magnetic shade for electronic devices is not a toy and children should not be allowed to play with it or the neodymium magnets inside as they can be dangerous. Small magnets pose a choking hazard and should never be swallowed or inserted into any part of the body. For more info on child injuries from magnets from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission click here.
Neodymium magnets are very strong. Under normal use the Hoodi is safe. Handling them with care is necessary to prevent personal injuries, property damages and magnet damages.
Neodymium magnets are brittle; they can be broken or can splinter in a collision. One should never expose and/or remove the magnets for any purpose because splinters could disengage and fly from the magnets when they collide.
Never remove the magnets from their pouches or bands and never detach the magnet pouches or bands from the Hoodi. If a magnet should become exposed or a magnet pouch starts to detach or detaches return the complete product and we will replace the it free of charge. See the FAQ page for complete details on exchanges and shipping.
Never burn a HoodiVsion shade as burning Neodymium magnets will create toxic fumes.
Neodymium magnets will lose their magnetic properties if heated above 175°F (80° C).
While the iPad® and most other mobile digital devices are completely safe and unaffected, the strong magnetic fields of neodymium magnets can affect and/or damage items such as cathode ray tube television and computer monitors, credit cards, bank cards, computer disk drives, diskettes, video tape and other magnetic data carriers and storage devices along with mechanical watches, hearing aids, loud speakers and VCRs. Pace-makers may be damaged or switch to "Test Mode" in the presence of a strong magnetic force, if a pace-maker is in use, keep a minimum of 3 feet distance.