The Nikken PowerBand wristbands are magnetic bracelets durable enough to wear during sports yet still nice enough to wear casually. Click the picture below to get more information on the Nikken magnetic bracelet.
This is the Kenko PowerBand wristband, the Nikken magnetic bracelet durable enough for athletic wear yet stylish enough for casual wear.
Nikken Power Band bracelets are available in black. It used to come in several other colors, but black is all that people really wanted. Who can blame them. Black hides wear, goes with everything, and works well for both athletic and causal wear.
The PowerBand wristband come in two sizes – regular is 7.5 inches long and large is 8.7 inches long. That typically works out that regular is for women and large is for men, but there are always exceptions. Be sure to measure your wrist first if you are unsure which one is right for you.
PowerBands – More Than Just Magnetic Bracelets
Before we go any further, these are not those silicone wristbands with the hologram disk. I don’t understand what the holograms do. I’m not saying they don’t work. I just don’t understand how they work. Anyway, these are magnets and magnets definitely affect the body.
The Nikken Kenko PowerBand magnetic bracelets incorporate magnets, special cotton fibers, and tourmaline to create a wristband that relaxes and energizes your muscles.
Do magnets affect your body? Absolutely. You can use a magnetometer to measure magnetic energy, so you can prove it exists. Magnetic energy passes through your body (an MRI wouldn’t work if it didn’t). Any energy that passes through your body affects your body.
Special Cotton Fibers
Nikken incorporates special fibers that absorb ambient energy and then sends it back to your body to gently warm and relax the muscles and tendons in your wrist.
The magnets are what really sets Nikken’s Kenko PowerBand bracelets apart from the rest. The other materials work together with the magnetic energy to give you more benefits than you would receive from magnets alone.
I used to work as a massage therapist, so I wear a Nikken magnetic bracelet on each arm to strengthen and energize my wrists. Massage therapy puts a lot of pressure on your wrist, so my wrists have taken a lot of abuse. I highly recommend the magnetic bracelets to other massage therapists or anyone who needs to take care of their wrists.
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My Experience with the Nikken Magnetic Bracelet
Nikken has had a variety of bracelets over the years including both expensive metal bracelets and sports bands like the PowerBands. The metal bracelets looked very nice but they are usually heavy and expensive, so they aren’t ideal for wearing all the time.
If you are looking for the benefits of a magnetic bracelet, you want something you can wear all the time.
That’s why I like the PowerBands. The nylon-wrapped silicone band is very durable. These have lasted longer than any other piece of magnetic jewelry that I’ve had.
Another feature of the PowerBands that I like is that you can link them. For example, I don’t like anything close about my neck, so I linked one of the wristbands with the neckband to make a longer neckband that was more comfortable for me. That also doubles the number of magnets I’m wearing.
Also, because it is something that some people are concerned about, I’ve never had any issues wearing my PowerBand bracelet while using my computer. I’m wearing it now as I type this. I have accidentally put my laptop to sleep a few times. Some laptops use magnets in the screen and keyboard to detect when the laptop is closed, so I put it to sleep when one of my wrists passes over that spot on the keyboard.
Beyond that, everything is been great with my PowerBands.
As independent Nikken wellness consultants we do not represent or speak for Nikken. The contents of this website represent my opinions based on my use of the Nikken bracelet. Also, none of these statements have been reviewed or approved by the FDA. I am a massage therapist and therefore unable to diagnose, treat, or prescribe specific products for specific conditions.