"Miracle" Necklace just Looks Geek Chic to Us

"Miracle" Necklace just Looks Geek Chic to Us

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Taryn Williford
Jan 21, 2009

This wonderful piece up here is a pendant with eight contact pads attached to a circuit board that goes precisely nowhere. Yes, it has a pretty copper coil, but it's basically a piece of circuitry stuck on a necklace that's not connected to anything. But if you ask the manufacturers, it's a healing device that's "powered" by the wearer and "activated by a copper induction coil which picks up micro currents from your heart to power the pendant." We wouldn't advise buying this pendant to cure you from migranes or insomnia, but if you're going for a geek-chic gift for your cynical friend, we say go for it!

Q-Link, the lovelies behind this circuit board necklace, want us to realize that "every day, our bio fields are negatively impacted by flickering computer monitors, irate bosses, cell phones, emotional stress, tabloid television, and traffic jams."

And having been bombarded with so many "frequencies that wear us down," we need to recharge with the Q-Link necklace and "tune up our biofield."

It's geeky enough to look cool hanging from your neck or a keychain. If any of you buy this necklace for the geek-ness of it and it ends up removing the "irate bosses," "emotional stress" and "traffic jams" from your life, please let us know. We will issue a public apology for the sheer number of un-trusting quotation marks we put around every shred of information pulled from Q-Link's Web site.

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