Instructions & FAQ's for Mobility Wristband
Instructions for Sizing the Wristband
Note: Instructions & FAQ's for the new leather style Mobility Wristband may be found here. This page relates to the older silicon rubber style.
The Mobility must be trimmed to size so that it fits your wrist when you first receive it. You may have it fit snugly or loosely, depending on your reference, it will not alter the effectiveness. Of course it is better to start with a more loose fit, as you can make the band shorter by trimming off more, but you can’t make it longer. Here are the steps to size it:
- Close the clasp and wrap the loose end of the band around your wrist to find the appropriate length.
- Make a mark where the end of the band would insert into the clasp and cut the band there with scissors.
- Open the small hinged clasp with metal “teeth” that holds the end of the band in the main clasp, insert the band as far as it will go (about 1/8”), and close it. (It may be necessary to pry open this small hinged clasp with a pointed knife or other small object as it can be difficult to open it with your fingers.)
- Close the main clasp again and see how the fit feels. If you feel like it is too big, simply open the small hinged clasp and trim more off of the band.
- When it is sized correctly, press the small hinged clasp closed firmly with a pointed knife, needle nose pliers, or similar object to make it sure it is securely closed.
IMPORTANT: It is better to cut off too little than too much on your first try, since you can always cut off more, but you cannot make it longer again! And for children you may want to start on the loose side to give them room to grow.
If your wrists are small, you may need to slide the metal piece with the logo toward the clasp so that it is centered. It is not fixed in place, so it should slide fairly easily.
You may view a printable PDF with these instructions by clicking here.
You may view a video demonstration of these instructions by clicking here.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I clean the wristband?
- Simply wash the band in warm water with liquid soap, such as dishwashing liquid.
Is the wristband waterproof?
- Yes, the Mobility is completely waterproof and may be worn while bathing or swimming.
Can I sleep in the wristband?
- The Mobility may be worn while you sleep, although it is optional if you are sleeping in an area protected by an EMF Harmonizer Home & Office.
What size wrist will the wristband fit?
- The Mobility can be sized for any wrist up to 9.5 inches in circumference. It will generally need to be trimmed when you first receive it, as outlined in the instructions above.
- This depends on how sensitive you are to the effects of EMF radiation, the amount of EMF radiation you are exposed to, your general state of health, and many other variables. So in short, you may or may not feel any different, but whether you feel anything or not, the wristband will be protecting your health.
In general most people do not feel any immediate difference, some people feel a definite improvement, and very rarely people will feel "off" when they first start to wear it. In this latter case it is generally due to a detoxification process and with a little patience it will soon pass.
If I have the Mobility wristband do I still need the other products?
The Mobility is not designed to replace the other devices, as the different devices have different areas of focus. The wristband's primary focus is to support your body so that it can better manage the stress of EMF exposure, while the Harmonizer and Harmonizer+ products focus more on harmonizing the electromagnetic radiation of the device to which they are attached. In the case of the Home & Office and EMF Harmonizer Car, a protected field is created where all people (and pets) are protected through a combination of harmonizing the EMF radiation and support for the body.
Since all of the products work together synergistically, for maximum protection you would ultimately add all of the products. This is especially true if you live in an area with high EMF exposure, such as an area where 5G technology has been deployed.