magnetic therapy bracelet

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by bagung, Sep 6, 2007.

  1. bagung

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  2. Dangus

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    Most likely intended to produce a placebo effect.
     
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  3. TheShaun

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    i noticed jimmy connors was wearing one the other night when they showed him sitting there.

    i have been wondering about these for a while now.
     
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  4. enwar3

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    At least wear one of the metal good-looking ones...
     
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  5. califsurferboy33

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    a little too expensive. one of my friends has it. he got it for 10 bucks at a tennis store near by. he said it helps with his tennis elbow for some reason.
     
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  6. Ambivalent

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    I dont have these but i have Phitens, which are like the same thing. People say it's a placebo, but i seriously feel that after a full day of practicing kick serves, Phitens are just what is needed to loosen up my wrist.
     
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  7. jonolau

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    I've always wondered about these bracelets too. It's popular with golfers and cost even more than the one TW is selling. The cost of these types of bracelets at the golf shops is between US$25-140.
     
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