This stainless magnetic bracelet in our line of quality magnetic jewelry has 2 superior 4mm diameter 5200 gauss magnets in each link. This bracelet has a 9/16" wide x 3/8" long link with 38 rare earth magnets in 8 5/8" length. It has a magnetic therapy pull strength of 1300 grams. Magnetic bracelets are the strongest magnetic therapy for hand (arthritis tendinitis), wrist (arthritis, tendinitis, carpal tunnel), elbow (arthritis, tendinitis) and shoulder (bursitis, tendonitus, frozen shoulder) on the arm they are worn. However magnetic bracelets will often help neck, back and knees. Determine magnetic bracelet size by measuring the circumference of the wrist and adding 3/4 inches.
Posted by Robert Barnes on 20th Jun 2020
We bought my first Superior bracelets too long ago to remember the year, but it would be 10+ years back. I've worn out two sets of these bracelets because the magnets fell out. I am currently on a new set and I still intend to keep on wearing them. This is simply because my peripheral neuropathy is less painful with them than without them. N52 is something I have to leave to those who are better trained in physics than I, but I am as good as the next guy in knowing when my peripheral neuropathy is less painful. Others may chuckle at my use of magnets and copperfit gloves, but I am not moved. No one has recommended a better pain relief regimen yet. I do take 25 pills a day as prescribed by my doctor, so more pills are out of the question. They would just fall all over each other trying to do what they do.
Posted by Cindy on 5th Dec 2019
Have worn magnetic bracelets for years because my hands hurt from arthritis. My old ones were from another venue and I had seen these at the fair. When speaking with Cricket she took my wrist size and helped with what magnetic force I needed. It is a perfect fit, comfortable and the pain is gone. I am back to crocheting and enjoying doing so.