With all the technical stuff behind us, let’s get down to the meat and potatoes of this review. The testing and results. When I opened up the box, I realized that the pendant and strap were not connected so you slide the “rope” through the slot and presto, a necklace is made. You then tie it in the back. In all honesty, I would have preferred this to be already hooked up, because when I tied it, I found that there was a lot of strap left over, but I did not want to cut it until I figured out if I could use the device full time. But my pendant and necklace was assembled and ready to go but there is one step to take before you jump right into it.
The Q-Link Challenge is something simple to do and you can do it right at your computer screen. You log into the website and once setup a simple test of hand/eye coordination as well reaction time is performed. The Q-Link Challenge involves taking the test without the pendant and then again 14 days later once you have worn the pendant during that time. Here were my results in stage one.
Motor Speed 84%
Global Performance 82%
Reaction Time 620ms
Garden Grove, California
Tanzania, Dar es Salaam
Click on any of the pictures below
to learn more