Knowledgebase: Product Questions
What's the difference between the BioElectric Shield technology and the Q-Link SRT technology?
Posted by Jorah Lafleur on 19 November 2008 03:11 PM
The BioElectric Shield technology uses a combination of specially cut crystals as well as conductive and precious metals to increase your own personal biofield and give you an extra layer of bio-electro-magnetic protection that is personal to you.

The Q-Link SRT technology on the other hand uses a coil of copper wire and a specially designed chip to produce a special protective field around you. The difference is that this field seems to be more of a generalized field rather than an increase in strength of your own bio-field such as the case of the BioElectric Shield.

You may end up personally drawn to one of these products over the other and it is a very personal choice which is why we offer a full 90 day satisfaction guarantee on both of these products. Since everyone is different you may end up preferring one over the other and you are welcome to exchange one for the other (aside from the difference in cost).

Another difference worth mentioning is that the BioElectric Shield's do require a monthly couple hours of charging in the sun. Information and specifics on this is included with the Shields. The Q-Link on the other hand does not require any sort of charging but there are directions for 'clearing' your Q-Link after use in regards to stored up energy.
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