The watch — that is a watch, by the way — incorporates Teslar Technology in the form of a new “chip” that is designed to help the body resist the harmful effects of EMF. In laboratory testing, Teslar found that the technology reduces the negative effects of stress and enables a person to “re-balance” himself or herself as the chip enhances “immune response.”
With the tag line, “This is not a watch” and the added statement, “Re-balance yourself,” the new collection of timepieces is the result of a hope by Hilonka Harezi’s, co-inventor of the Teslar Technology, to protect people from the dangers of today’s inescapable electromagnetic fields. The watches house an ELF Nanotech Chip that is made in America with Quantum Technology and works in sync with the Swiss-made quartz movement and battery to create a natural signal associated with calmness. In technical terms, “the technology utilizes the electric field in the watch’s battery and the magnetic field of the coil to create a zero-point waveform with a scalar pulse of 7 to 9 times per second (7-9Hz).” This frequency, which is said to be the Earth’s natural frequency, then pumps through the body’s energy system with regular wear of the watch.
This new licensed Teslar Technology watch is not the first to claim calming effects come with long-term wear of the watch. Back in the early 2000’s, Philip Stein watches unveiled a “feel good” technology and — for a short time — even used a much older version of a Teslar chip. I actually wore that watch for some time and wrote a review about how I felt it helped reduce my stress levels. I also plan to wear this new Teslar Technology watch and test it out. Telsar Technology user effects may vary, and the company says not every wearer will feel the same effect.
“For about 10 years, Teslar stopped selling the technology, and now, we have a formal partnership that lets us work with the newest chip they invented that is much more powerful than previous versions,” says Marai.
According to Marai, the new collection — unveiled to the world today — consists of approximately 30 different models and retails for $499 up to $2,000 for a diamond-adorned version. “The designs are simple and clean for the most part,” says Marai. “We know there are people out there concerned about their stress levels; they eat right, they exercise and they care about feeling better. We are designing for those people.”