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Innovative negative ion delivery system. Reduces harmful effect of positive ions in our environment through magnetic therapy benefits. May accelerate athlete recovery.

Incorporates unique negative ion delivery system, allowing ions to absorb easily in the body from the silicone bands. Uses strongest magnet available, four times more powerful than an everyday magnet.

Simply claims to contain negative ion properties and does not claim a medical benefit to users. WARNING: Do not use this product if you are pregnant, have a pacemaker or any other medical device in your body. Always keep magnet products away from small children and consult a doctor immediately if magnet is swallowed.

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Según adidas, el brazalete Ion Loop contrarresta los efectos dañinos de los iones positivos que abundan en el mundo moderno. Se supone que los teléfonos celulares, computadoras y televisores generan energía negativa la cual los imanes en este brazalete ayu

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