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IonLoop hangs out its 'Flags of the World' Collection
October 20, 2011

IonLoop, the fastest growing sport bracelet company in the world, has developed a unique collection of negative ion + magnet flag bracelets using the stylised flags of 24 countries for decoration. The flag bracelets are being introduced by IonLoop to give the company’s customers and global distributors a head start as international sport fans prepare for Euro '12 and the 2012 Olympics in London. From the British Union Jack to the distinctive design of the Brazilian flag, IonLoop flag bracelets make a statement of support for each country represented.

IonLoop Flags of the World“We have had such a huge response this summer to our red, white, and blue USA flag bracelets that we started receiving requests from our international customers… how about our flag?” said Melissa Gotfredson, IonLoop CEO. “I am sure that there will be a great response to these colorful flag bracelets and I am also fairly certain that there will be additional demand to add other countries” said Gotfredson.

IonLoop has developed a sport bracelet with a new negative ion technology, Ion Regeneration Technology™, to neutralize the destructive effects of our modern day environment. Everyone from world-class athletes to office workers may be affected by positive ions. Activities ranging from competing under the energy-draining UV rays of the sun, to sitting in front of computer monitors daily, expose us to fatigue producing positive ions. We may all equally benefit from this new pioneering technology.

The bracelet also contains Neodymium magnets which are the strongest rare earth magnets known to science and are many many times more powerful and, in our opinion more effective, than weak ferrite magnets used by our Japanese competitors. These small but powerful magnets are aligned in the magnet case in an alternating polarity ± alignment which enhances the natural effects of the magnet therapy.

For more information on IonLoop’s new technology and to view the Flags of The World Collection IonLoop encourages you to visit their website at www.ionloop.com.





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