According to WHO, about 300 million people suffers from hypersensitivity, resulting in stress, anxiety, poor sleep and more in an individual. If you are one of the victim of modern technology, Timex’s new watch brand TESLAR Watch may be able to help.
Swiss made TESLAR Watch, though tell time, they are not merely gorgeous timepieces; each timepiece is a wearable wellness, featuring proprietary TESLAR technology that will resist the harmful effects of electromagnetic pollution.
Here’s what TESLAR timepiece and TESLAR technology do:
“Each TESLAR timepiece features proprietary TESLAR Technology – a Turbo Chip that works in synchronization with the battery of the watch to mimic Earth’s natural frequency. The technology utilizes the measurable electric field in the watch’s battery along with the magnetic field of the coil in order to create a zero-point waveform with a scalar pulse of 7 to 9 times per second (7-9Hz). This frequency is transmitted into the body’s energy system through the chip on the back of the timepiece, strengthening the body’s natural bio-field to better defend itself from electromagnetic exposure.”
TESLAR Watch claims that scientific studies in laboratory settings have demonstrated that TESLAR technology may reduce the negative effects of stress, help body resist the negative effects of EMFs and enhances immune response in the presence of EMFs.
Well, why does this sounds like the scientific version of those bracelets made of mineral crystal often found in Asia countries? If you are not aware, those mineral crystal bracelets has many claims too, including wellness by the way of “qi” or “life force”.
I ever met personally with a professor in Taiwan that actually tried to use science to prove the goodness of mineral crystal. His lab was full of those mineral crystals, btw.
Anywho, while some avid scientists are working tirelessly to prove the miracle of mineral crystals, TESLAR Watch gives you the science and this science is featured in three core collections, namely, Re-Balance T-1, Re-Balance T-2 and Re-Balance T-3.
On an unrelated note, is it just me being bothered by TESLAR Watch’s logo that looks too much like a video play button? Man, I keep mistaking it to be a video whenever the logo appears and attempts to click on it. Seriously, it can’t be just me, right?
Images: TESLAR Watch.