Negative, But In A Good Way…

Away from all the 6N nonsense (who really likes the 6N, anyway?) it is time to bring you another competition…

The good people at Trion:Z are offering you the chance to win one of their patented bracelets, and we have 5 up for grabs to you our lucky readers.

The bracelets have “a unique material woven with negative-ion producing minerals, which generates and releases more than 50 to 100 times the negative ions of the metal ‘ionized’ bracelets, silicon tourmaline-embedded bracelets, and titanium bracelets of the competition.”

TrionZ Patriot Range

Trion:Z bracelets use 1,000 Gauss axially magnetized magnets, arranged in a patented Alternating North-South Polarity Orientation (ANSPO) matrix that increases the penetrating power of the magnets.

What this means, really, is that the bracelets use magnets and negative ions in this product which could help you recover better and improve your balance, as well as other things.

The England cricket team that won the Ashes Down Under swear by Trion:Z’s products, and Edinburgh player Roddy Grant claims that he has noticed “an improvement in my balance tests when I have the Bracelet on.” He also claims that the product can help put you in a positive state of mind to perform. You can see a list of other top sportsmen and women who wear them here.

So we’re giving you the chance to win one of 5 of these Trion:Z Magnetic bracelets. All you have to do is leave a comment on this page guessing the total amount of points scored in the Calcutta Cup. We were going to do guess the scoreline, but ’47-3′ looks a bit rubbish, whereas ’50pts’ doesn’t hurt our delicate Scottish feelings. The people who guess the closest will win, and we will get back to you by email so please make sure that the email address on your comment is valid (it will not be published). You might also like to state a preference as to your team/country, it’s open to all rugby fans and we wouldn’t want to send you a Scotland one if you have a deep aversion to haggis.

Good luck!

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Dundonian Alan has played rugby all over the world for various teams including Dundee High School, Heriot's and the Scottish Club International. Now writing from London he covers all issues international and unreported.

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