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Trion:Z Bands - £3.25 each delivered [The Hut]

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5y, 5m agoFound 5 years, 5 months ago
Never heard of these before but apparently they're very popular!

They sell on Amazon for between £16 and £19.99, so this must be a good price!

"The Trion:Z Technology
Background of Minus Ions

Minus Ions are generally abundant in nature through plants, waterfalls, rain storms and forests — all of which offer a natural good feeling. These Ions unfortunately are depleted in urban areas as a result of modern technology.

The human body absorbs Positive Ions from electronic equipment, cell phones, electrical wiring, and machinery encountered in everyday modern life. Physical stress and exposure to Ultraviolet (UV) Rays also elevates the positive ion levels within the body. Research shows that excessive Positive Ion levels are associated with fatigue, lack of concentration, muscle and joint aches, and feeling of nausea.

Trion:Z’s minus-ion properties counteract the Positive Ions created by modern technology, daily stress, and physical activity.

Trion:Z bracelets are made with 'Stayers' technology.

Stayer’s: A Unique Material

Trion:Z’s Wrist Bands are made with “Stayers,” a unique textile with minus-ion producing minerals woven into the fabric. It generates significant, beneficial levels of Minus Ions.

The Ions in Trion:Z products are released in measurable and in significant amounts.
Produces twenty to fifty times more Minus Ions than competing Ion bracelets.
Can be washed and will still maintain its minus-ion producing properties when wet, and can be worn while swimming or surfing.
Background of Therapeutic Magnets
From the times of the ancient Egyptians, Eastern Culture has embraced magnets for its therapeutic powers.

Magnetic fields exist in all areas of life. The earth is in essence one large magnet, surrounded by a large magnetic field. The earth’s magnetic field protects us from radiation.

The cells in the body create electrical charges and magnetic forces. Human cells require magnetic fields for health and regeneration. Modern technology and lifestyles shield us from the earth’s natural magnetic fields.

Trion:Z creates a boost in the body’s magnetic field, embracing its natural active aura.

The Trion:Z Patented Alternating North-South Orientation

Patented Alternating North-South Orientation

The Trion:Z technology:

Trion:Z uses medical grade magnets in a unique patent Alternating North-South Polarity Orientation (ANSPO) to maximize magnetic field flow.

Trion:Z utilises a patented Alternating North-South Polarity Orientation (ANSPO) to increase the effective area of the magnetic field, and penetrates deeper into tissue fibers and muscle.

Sizing Chart
Small: 6.3” = 16cm
Medium: 7.1” = 18cm
Large: 7.9” = 20cm
Extra Large: 8.5” = 22cm"
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#1
Good price
#2
for the price, you cant go wrong
4 Likes #3
Yeah £3.25 for a bottle of snake oil , cracking deal !
#4
Thanks! Ordered one, I had these kind of thing before and I can actually feel the differences...
#5
Great find - Ordered - Thanks for posting - Don't forget QUIDCO

Edited By: JR Hartley on Jun 14, 2011 13:33
#6
Thanks OP.

Been after one of these for ages !!!

err ... what is it exactly?
2 Likes #7
wow, people are stoopid.
2 Likes #8
Wow, nice! I had one last year when I start learning tennis, now I am playing tennis at professional level.
1 Like #9
haha, minus-ions and positive-ions, brb gonna go rub my hair with a baloon for "health boosting qualities."
2 Likes #10
Woohoo! This has finally solved my 'I must buy some pile of **** that I really don't need' itch for today! Cheers OP
1 Like #11
paulreden
Yeah £3.25 for a bottle of snake oil , cracking deal !

Nonsense..

.. last year, I wore one on my privates and bagged J-Lo!

HI-HO!
1 Like #12
Wolfey
haha, minus-ions and positive-ions, brb gonna go rub my hair with a baloon for "health boosting qualities."

It's a certain typo but not sure whether you meant balloon or baboon...
#13
Opinions - We have all got them, just don't try to change others' when it doesn't match yours, it's pointless.
#14
JR Hartley
Opinions - We have all got them, just don't try to change others' when it doesn't match yours, it's pointless.


with ignorant people for sure.

reasonable people actually listen to an argument.
2 Likes #15
zurich
JR Hartley
Opinions - We have all got them, just don't try to change others' when it doesn't match yours, it's pointless.


with ignorant people for sure.

reasonable people actually listen to an argument.


I guess your comment earlier in this thread 'wow, people are stoopid.' was a reasonable argument aimed at reasonable people then?
1 Like #16
Worfthedog
zurich
JR Hartley
Opinions - We have all got them, just don't try to change others' when it doesn't match yours, it's pointless.


with ignorant people for sure.

reasonable people actually listen to an argument.


I guess your comment earlier in this thread 'wow, people are stoopid.' was a reasonable argument aimed at reasonable people then?


Likewise 'Woohoo! This has finally solved my 'I must buy some pile of **** that I really don't need' itch for today! Cheers OP'
#17
JR Hartley
Opinions - We have all got them, just don't try to change others' when it doesn't match yours, it's pointless.

Sometimes our opinions are changed for the better, by people who know better. It's called education. Just because you're not a child anymore doesn't mean your understanding can't be occasionally flawed. Just because you believe something doesn't make it valid. We're not talking about religion here. The product is purporting to have a scientific basis, which simply isn't true.
Most of the commenters on here realise this, it seems, and so should you.

Show me one academic peer reviewed paper that substantiates these "minus Ions", let alone "fifty times more minus-Ions", and it might carry more credibility. In the meantime perhaps try to be more discerning of pseudo-science products.

"This is a piece of plastic. It makes you feel better. No one has proven anything but some people agree." they are wrong and making money from their deception.

Edited By: Xiaoda on Jun 14, 2011 14:15: punctuation
#18
Worfthedog
zurich
JR Hartley
Opinions - We have all got them, just don't try to change others' when it doesn't match yours, it's pointless.


with ignorant people for sure.

reasonable people actually listen to an argument.


I guess your comment earlier in this thread 'wow, people are stoopid.' was a reasonable argument aimed at reasonable people then?


did i say it was? did you take offence?
#19
Argument - A form of expression consisting of a coherent set of reasons presenting or supporting a point of view; a series of reasons given for or against a matter under discussion that is intended to convince or persuade the listener.
#20
Being neither ignorant or 'stoopid', there was no offence to be taken, also I don't fall sarcasm.
#21
Plastic or 'Trion:Z’s Wrist Bands are made with “Stayers,” a unique textile with minus-ion producing minerals woven into the fabric'
#22
Anybody body wise enough to buy this could just save some postage and paypal me the cash then I'll pray to the great spaghetti monster and your every wish will be granted...honest.
1 Like #23
There's no argument to be had here . Present some scientific fact , not psuedo science and then there might be a basis for an argument
1 Like #24
JR Hartley
Worfthedog
zurich
JR Hartley
Opinions - We have all got them, just don't try to change others' when it doesn't match yours, it's pointless.

with ignorant people for sure.

reasonable people actually listen to an argument.

I guess your comment earlier in this thread 'wow, people are stoopid.' was a reasonable argument aimed at reasonable people then?

Likewise 'Woohoo! This has finally solved my 'I must buy some pile of **** that I really don't need' itch for today! Cheers OP'

Don't bring me into your argument! ;)
#25
farmergiles
JR Hartley
Worfthedog
zurich
JR Hartley
Opinions - We have all got them, just don't try to change others' when it doesn't match yours, it's pointless.


with ignorant people for sure.

reasonable people actually listen to an argument.


I guess your comment earlier in this thread 'wow, people are stoopid.' was a reasonable argument aimed at reasonable people then?


Likewise 'Woohoo! This has finally solved my 'I must buy some pile of **** that I really don't need' itch for today! Cheers OP'


Don't bring me into your argument! ;)


Hehe....apparently there is no argument to be had...
#26
Worfthedog
Being neither ignorant or 'stoopid', there was no offence to be taken, also I don't fall sarcasm.


if you believe in this nonsense that would imply you are either one or the other, possibly both.

:p
#27
farmergiles
JR Hartley
Worfthedog
zurich
JR Hartley
Opinions - We have all got them, just don't try to change others' when it doesn't match yours, it's pointless.


with ignorant people for sure.

reasonable people actually listen to an argument.


I guess your comment earlier in this thread 'wow, people are stoopid.' was a reasonable argument aimed at reasonable people then?


Likewise 'Woohoo! This has finally solved my 'I must buy some pile of **** that I really don't need' itch for today! Cheers OP'


Don't bring me into your argument! ;)


Haha - apparently there is no argument to be had...
1 Like #28
paulreden
There's no argument to be had here . Present some scientific fact , not psuedo science and then there might be a basis for an argument



When science has all the answers then scientific fact can be used as a basis to win arguments until that day even things with no explanation in science cannot be shot down.
paulreden
There's no argument to be had here . Present some scientific fact , not psuedo science and then there might be a basis for an argument


paulreden
There's no argument to be had here . Present some scientific fact , not psuedo science and then there might be a basis for an argument
#30
It's ok - only Smarties have the answer IIRC. I'll just go get a tube. Wonder which colour I'm supposed to ask?
1 Like #31
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Worfthedog
Being neither ignorant or 'stoopid', there was no offence to be taken, also I don't fall sarcasm.


if you believe in this nonsense that would imply you are either one or the other, possibly both.

:p



While being a chemical engineer myself with a very broad range of scientific knowledge, I do confess I don't have enough information on the subject to form a complete and thorough opinion, so would certainly not buy such an item. I came onto his thread to see if there was any real evidence to support the claims made rather than the anecdotal evidence in support of the claim that negative ions provide health an wellbeing benefits.

However I just wanted to point out your sarcastic and now childish name calling while still claiming the hypocritical stance of 'reasonable people actually listen to an argument' while at the same time not stating your argument.

I looks like you've beaten me to it, I didn't need to bother. As for your sticking out tongue smiley, are you actually 14?
2 Likes #32
I've got the small version that goes round your 'love-wand' and it's really made my tantric sex life so much better. I can have sex with a woman three miles away now. Well as long as she's stood on a lay line, well not exactly stood, more sort of doing a hand-stand.

Oh ffs I'm a virgin, ok. :(
#33
chriss5471
When science has all the answers then scientific fact can be used as a basis to win arguments until that day even things with no explanation in science cannot be shot down.

How about things that claim they have a basis in science? At least the scientific basis may be shot down. I would have nothing against these if they just came out and said that they have no scientific basis. Instead, they are claiming some nonsense that sounds like electrons, electrical charge, magnetism, and more.

"Research shows that excessive positive Ion levels.." -What research? Science doesn't even recognise what they mean by so-called 'positive Ions'.
#34
Duelling Duck
I've got the small version that goes round your 'love-wand' and it's really made my tantric sex life so much better. I can have sex with a woman three miles away now. Well as long as she's stood on a lay line, well not exactly stood, more sort of doing a hand-stand.

Oh ffs I'm a virgin, ok. :(

Heh, this made me laugh :-)
#35
Brilliant Deal Ordered 2,
#36
Disclaimer

Trion:Z in association with Colantotte International dba. are an alternative therapy company focused upon supplying the highest quality complimentary health products. Colantotte International and Trion:Z nor its distributors, make any claim that any of its products are intended to prevent, cure, mitigate, treat or diagnose illness. If you believe you have a health problem, you should consult a doctor or health professional.

Yet i still feel the need to try one, X)

Edited By: ZedEx on Jun 14, 2011 15:03
#37
Hot - ordered some. Thanks OP
2 Likes #38
Irrespective of whether it works, seems like a much better price than elsewhere.
#39
I don't get the hate on this....if it works (even by placebo effect) then for £3, that's great.
If it doesn't then you can probably flog it on Amazon or Ebay for a profit.

Hot deal.
#40
Worfthedog
zurich
Worfthedog
Being neither ignorant or 'stoopid', there was no offence to be taken, also I don't fall sarcasm.


if you believe in this nonsense that would imply you are either one or the other, possibly both.

:p



While being a chemical engineer myself with a very broad range of scientific knowledge, I do confess I don't have enough information on the subject to form a complete and thorough opinion, so would certainly not buy such an item. I came onto his thread to see if there was any real evidence to support the claims made rather than the anecdotal evidence in support of the claim that negative ions provide health an wellbeing benefits.

However I just wanted to point out your sarcastic and now childish name calling while still claiming the hypocritical stance of 'reasonable people actually listen to an argument' while at the same time not stating your argument.

I looks like you've beaten me to it, I didn't need to bother. As for your sticking out tongue smiley, are you actually 14?


i was being neither sarcastic or insulting, indeed it is you who has resorted to insults. what i said was that if you believe in this you are either stupid or ignorant - a statement of fact, not intended as an insult. maybe foolish would have been a better choice of word.

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