Encinitas, CA (PRWEB) April 22, 2008 – www.AceMagnetics.com ®, an internet e-commerce company providing magnetic bracelets and magnetic jewelry for sports and health enthusiasts has been awarded a new patent for its RB30 style Rally Band Magnetic Sports band. AceMagnetics.com is the sole distributor of this new product now on sale at http://www.acemagnetics.com/sport-bands.html and to its affiliate network of health related internet web stores globally... The new design actually "floats" thirty magnets in silicone and “We believe our newly patented RB30 Rally band to be the lightest weight most powerful, waterproof sports and health band on the market bar none worldwide.”
"We are delighted about the advantages of our unique RB30 Rally Band® wristband," says Jay Varon, President of AceMagnetics.com®. "The Rally band has no clasp so it slips on and off easily, it is more flexible than traditional metal wristbands, the silicone is completely waterproof and the silicone lets us embed and protect even more magnets. The Rally Band® is the lightest weight most powerful (105, 00 total gauss) magnetic wristband on the market and is virtually indestructible and suitable for young and old alike. Additionally “we can make them in different colors so they are not only functional but incredibly stylish!"
AceMagnetics.com utilizes neodymium magnets in its entire product line. Neodymium magnets will retain 90% of their magnetic force for a hundred years. AceMagnetics.com products are used by a wide range of professional golfers and other professional athletes as well as everyday weekend warriors around the globe.
About AceMagnetics.com, Inc.
AceMagnetics.com Inc., headquartered in Encinitas, CA, offers more than 250 magnetic products including bracelets, copper bracelets, titanium magnetic bracelets, magnetic rings, magnetic necklaces, magnetic wraps, magnetic mattress pads, tungsten carbide magnetic bracelets and other magnetic accessories.
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Loren Norquist, Public Information Officer
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