- Michael of Washington, USA writes:
This is the stupidest product I have ever heard of or tried. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY. IT DOES NOT WORK!!!!
- Kim of California, USA writes:
I purchased this bracelet for my mother, who has consistent back pain. I felt a little foolish calling in for it, but the customers on the infomercial seemed to be very excited about it and seemed sincere. I would have tried anything to help my mom's quality of life to be better. To make a long story short, it did nothing for my mother and I felt kind of ridiculous for believing in such a thing. Not only did it not work, but my mom seemed to have substantially more pain and less sleep at night. Go figure.......
- Nadeem of Ontario, Canada writes:
I have back pain and I tried this. It did nothing for me. In fact, I wondered if the pain got worse. I returned it and they credited my account without a problem.
- Rita of Texas, USA writes:
I am using the qray bracelet. After 2 days I did notice it helped with my joint stiffiness. The real test was after sitting 3 hrs in a movie I was able to get up without a lot of pain. I do not think it helps everyone. However I am very happy with it.
- Eugene of California, USA writes:
I bought this product and it does not work. I wore it for three months to help me with my muscle pains and back pain. I did not notice any relief at all. My friends teased me about it and I finally gave up. Make sure if you buy, return it before the free trial is over.
- Emma of Washington, USA writes:
Rather self-consciously, I ordered this bracelet off of an infomercial, thinking it would help with my back pain and TMJ. Well, upon receiving the bracelet, I realized that they had slyly charged me for the MOST expensive type they had. Had I known there were others under $100, I would have perhaps tried that instead. Furthermore, after a trial period of 10 days and trying it on both wrists, I gave up. My wrist tendons were suddenly feeling incredibly tender too. They still do and I still haven't received my refund....
- David of Oregon, USA writes:
Purchased this item off an infomercial and felt a bit foolish doing so. I have a natural prejudice about "if it's too good to be true" items, but bought it anyway. After nearly 60 days, I can honestly say I got taken in. This thing does nothing except start interesting conversations with people who see it. I would let my Labrador wear it, but I don't want to humiliate her. Do not get taken in by the hype. The only thing this gizmo generates is money for the hucksters who peddle it.
- Elaine of Texas, USA writes:
I bought the braclet to help with my knee pain and joint stiffness. I've worn it for 3 months, and can't tell any difference at all. Several times I have had a stiff wrist in the morning on the arm with the braclet. Luckly I didn't buy from the infocommercial, but visited their web site. I bought a cheaper one than on their ads.
- Judith of Oregon, USA writes:
Upon reaching the ripe ol' age of 50, I noticed I started suffering a lot more from aching back, joints, etc. According to my doctor, normal for my age group. So, I too got suckered in. I have no idea if the Q-Ray bracelet works or not. The instructions say to wear it during the day and take it off at bedtime or before exercise. I went to take the darn thing off - and couldn't. I had the disks about 1 1/4 inches a part, but I couldn't get it over my wrist. I finally, crying, got it over my thumb and fingers. The next day I emailed the Q-Ray offices, nothing. I called them, nothing. It has been 3 weeks, and nothing. Needless to say, I sent it back. I am still waiting for my money, but trust that they will pay me back since it's well within the warrenty.
- Sharon of West Virginia, USA writes:
I purchased this bracelet because I have osteoarthritis and lower back pain. I tried it for the 30 days as the company suggested, but I ended up taking it back to the store where I purchased it, after the 30 day trial period. I got no results at all. I do have other friends who have this same bracelet, and they say it has helped them greatly. Because of their success with the Q-Ray, I gave it a try. The only conclusion I can come up with is, it works for some, but not for others. P.S. I had no problem with returning it.
- John of California, USA writes:
I purchased the Q-Ray bracklet after seeing their infomerials. It seems this is yet another Korean made product which doesn't work. I did some research and discovered that the so-called patent is a simple design patent application which only covers the design of the bracklet. Also, the Titanium used in the bracklet is certainly not an original idea, but copied from other Titanium products already on the market. I sent it back - what a rip off and waste of effort!
- Michael of Pennsylvania, USA writes:
From the testimonies I've heard in person, if you don't feel relief from your ailments wearing the Qray bracelet after trying both wrists after one week, you won't EVER feel better. Return your placebo within the 30-day period and get your money back. In my opinion, the bracelet is simply that, a bracelet. My sister continues to wear hers and swears that it works, but claims it just might be in her head too. I am returning it in demand of my full refund of $99.95. I'll let you know if I have problems with the return.
- James of North Carolina, USA writes:
I bought my first ionic bracelet very skeptically about 3 years ago. I have pins in both shoulders from surgury30 yrs ago. I also had tendinitis in both elbows. The 2nd day after putting on the ionic bracelet, I no longer had the pain in my elbows and my right hand no longer would go to sleep at the drop of a hat. People can call it "placebo" all they like but it works great for me. You have to buy another one about every 18 months. I didn't realize that untill I noticed my elbows starting to hurt again and my hand started to go to sleep again. I had saved my paperwork and, sure enough, it said the effect would only last about 18 months. So I am now a repeat customer and next year, I'll buy another one before the 18 months is up.
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