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Q-Ray Ionized Bracelet Reviews

The Q-Ray is an “ionized braclet” which claims to boost energy, increase stamina and intensify the individual’s focus to laser quality.

Their site proclaims:

Traditional Oriental theories hold that there are two opposing forces – Yin and Yang – that flow through all living things. When these natural forces are blocked, you become unbalanced and unwell. When aligned, you perform at your peak.

The Q-Ray Ionized Bracelet is designed to balance your own bio-energy in order to promote better performance and bring about an overall sense of health and well-being the natural way.

Definitely, a miraculous sounding cure. The main benefit of the product is allegedly it’s pain relieving qualities. Don one and your arthritis goes away!

Q-Ray harvested a great deal of testimonials from sports greats like this:

In life, balance is everything. This is especially true in the game of golf. A golfer has to be mentally and physically balanced to make that perfect power swing, driving the ball cleanly to its destination. With balance, the golfer finds the optimal combination of power and control. The Q-Ray Ionized Bracelet is designed to optimize your own bio-energy to promote better performance and an overall sense of health and well-being. Placed on your wrist, it can give your game an edge the natural way. The Q-Ray Ionized Bracelet is known as the Serious Performance Bracelet, and is worn by many professional golfers competing in Major Tournaments.

Darren Howard / Golf Instructor
“I’ve been wearing Q-Ray now for six years, and it’s really helped me out a lot, especially in my game of golf. I actually advise a lot of my students to get it also. I know there’s a lot of skeptics out there but all I can do is tell them I’m a golf professional, I’m out on my hands and feet everyday and I can tell you it works. The Q-Ray bracelet really works and if they have any skepticism they need to try it, they need to just try it. And if they don’t like it, they’ve tried it, but I can guarantee it, it’ll work.”

High claims. But does it work? On the promise by the sales clerk that muscular stress would lessen, I bought one for my dad and one for myself. We’re tennis players and experience a great deal of strain at the end of a gruelling match. Most of the strain appears on the elbows and wrist.

I wore the Qray throughout the day. Aft first I thought my endurance perked up and my game improved. Volleys came fast and my focus was amazing. But then, as exhaustion and that persistent pain crept over my arms, I realized that the initial ‘unstoppable feeling’ was placebo.

By evening, my wrist burnt like crazy from the smashes. And guess what? The Qray was right over the wrist!

I decided to give the Qray a chance by using over an entire month. Perhaps its effects would improve?

No dice. 30 days after, my hurts remained after physical activity. There was no improvement whatsoever.

Like so-called magnetic therapy and Phiten, the Q-Ray Ionized bracelet is worthless!

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3 Responses to 'Q-Ray Ionized Bracelet Reviews'

  1. 2smart4scams - January 4th, 2011 at 10:24 pm

    You said it! Q-ray is nothing but a useless scam, and pure BS. effervescent BS, at that. Anyone trusting in crappola like that needs their head examined.

  2. 210987 - June 11th, 2011 at 11:09 pm

    But hey I’m desperate. I think I will make my own out of wire & magnets tyed to each end..what the hey…worth a try!

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