Quantum Bracelets / Necklaces

@SIMPLYD (78119)
Philippines
May 13, 2011 9:18pm CST
Last Tuesday, an agent which was sent by the mother of the owner of our company, gave a demonstration and lecture in the usefulness of the Quantum bracelets, which as the testimonials said , was now being bought by lots of people specially celebrities for prevention of various radiations. It is said to help in the detoxification of our body. It is said to maintain also the balance of our body. She showed us a scalar pendant(said to be made of volcanic stone from Japan) placed in a necklace, and how it helps us in our balance. It is said to shield you against any radiation of our appliances and detoxification. In the end, when we asked how much it is, we kept quiet. It was for PhP9,000.00 and would just be sold for PhP5,000.00 . Whoa ! we don't need it!
3 responses
@xfahctor (14126)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
15 May 11
Quantum bracelets are nothing but pure quackery and garbage science. I have seen commercials for them, one in particular called "Irenew". The claims made are laughable at best and probably more leaning towards fraudulent. They use scientific sounding words and phrases like "uses frequencies that our bodies respond to", for example. There is not s single drop of actual science in that phrase though and no one who pushes these junk trinkets has yet to explain exactly what that means. Frequencies of what? Frequency is not a "thing" it is a unit of measurement. ***Special note on Irenew bracelets. Watch the commercials carefully. They show a guy in a mall doing demonstrations with people before and after wearing a bracelet. He pulls on someones arm before they wear the bracelet and pulls them off balance. Then, he has them wear it and pulls on their arms again and magically they don't lose their balance. Neat huh?......wait a minute, not so fast. Let's rewind and watch more closely. The first time he pulls on someone's arm (with out the person wearing the bracelet) he pulls and takes a full step back, pulling the person's arm both down and outward. Then, when the person has the bracelet on, he pulls down in the same way but this time, he does not take a step backwards, greatly lessening the force he is exerting on the person. People are really gullible.
@SIMPLYD (78119)
• Philippines
16 May 11
That's what we observed too, when we shared our observation, with the agent gone already. It's a trick of the eye really!
@whengcat (1458)
• Philippines
14 May 11
That's really costly, I would settle for some chinese fortune bracelets which only cost a hundred pesos than buying that
@SIMPLYD (78119)
• Philippines
16 May 11
Not even those chinese fortune bracelets, i don't buy them. My arms are not made for bracelets, they look skinny.
@wolfwise (100)
• Philippines
14 May 11
I saw many companies offering the same, I didn't bought any either. The only bracelet that I think is effective is the phyten braclet so far many of my friends said that it works in some way. Don't really know though hehehe.
@SIMPLYD (78119)
• Philippines
16 May 11
Phyten bracelet? How does that one work too?