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Monday, July 20, 2020

cPRIME NEO Bracelet vs cPRIME BURN Sports Band

cPRIME is a technology and network marketing company that went into its pre-launch stage in early summer of 2010. The company produces performance wear products that feature a light-based nano-technology that may help to increase flexibility, strength, balance, endurance and overall performance. cPRIME uses independent distributors to market and sell the products through word-of-mouth network marketing.

The cPRIME NEO Bracelet and cPRIME BURN Sports Band are the first products cPRIME has rolled out. While these two products work the same, there are some differences. First, here is how they are similar.

Similarities

1. Both feature the same patent-pending, light-based nano-technology.

2. The NEO and BURN are both worn by many elite athletes in all different types of sports.

3. Both cPRIME bracelets are more than so-called energy bracelets. They may help to increase flexibility, strength, balance, endurance and overall performance.

4. Both come in several different colors, but the NEO has many more colors to choose from.

5. When worn, both help optimize your body's natural electromagnetic energy, much like an antenna on a radio pulls in and organizes radio waves.

Differences

1. The NEO band is made of a surgical-grade polyurethane. The BURN is made of silicone.

2. The NEO features a stainless steel clasp/locking mechanism. The BURN stretches and slides onto your wrist without a clasp

3. The NEO can be cut down to fit your wrist. The BURN comes in four sizes: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large.

4. The technology in the NEO is one chip located in the middle of the band. The BURN has multiple chips to allow the band to stretch.

5. There is a women's version of the NEO cPRIME bracelet (although many women also wear the regular NEO), but the BURN is unisex.

6. The NEO has an SRP of $100. The BURN has an SRP of $55.

Many people are finding that the cPRIME BURN Sports Band is a better option for swimming and contact sports. The NEO seems to be more popular for lighter activity, working out and for everyday fashion wear. As of early spring 2011, the cPRIME technology was undergoing third-party, double-blind scientific tests to gauge effectiveness on the body. The company says the test results will be release later in the year.

This is the official disclaimer: cPRIME makes no healing, curative or medical claims or warranties regarding its products. cPRIME's products do not diagnose, cure, treat, heal or prevent any disease, illness or medical condition. If you have a medical condition or illness, you should consult your physician. If this product was represented and/or sold to you as a medical device, please return the product and contact us at compliance@cprimeusa.com or call 801-210-7177.




Source by David Allen Lee