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The Q-Link phenomenon

12.20am 16th October 2006 - Corporate

Q-Link continues to be a huge phenomenon of the modern game with more than 350 players on the European Tour wearing a Q-Link. This Tour success has led to many people trying Q-Links for themselves and once people understand the concept a sale is converted. The technology is called Sympathetic Resonance Technology (SRT), which enhances mental and physical performance.

Visitors to the World Golf Championships this October were offered the chance to find out just exactly how the revolutionary Q-Link pendants can enhance your golf game and improve your health. Q-Link ran a series of stress testing sessions, using an independent practitioner. By measuring a series of acupuncture points, the practitioner can identify imbalances in the body and then demonstrate how these imbalances are corrected after wearing a Q-Link for just a few minutes.

This science tested, tour proven technology has been developed and enhanced over the past 20 years. The technology that drives the pendant is a resonating cell programmed with the healthy frequencies of the human body. The body simply tunes into these healthy frequencies, improving communication between the body’s trillions of cells, leaving the wearer feeling energised.

For many, the Q-Link pendant is the difference between a good round and a great round. Countless tour stars have already discovered that scores drop and focus improves as Justin Rose, one of the many golfers supporting Q-Link explains, “You can walk up and down the range looking at drivers, putters, wedges, but there are not many products that have been as successful as the Q-Link in terms of victories on the PGA Tour.”

The success of the stress testing at the Grove was unprecedented with Q-Link selling out over the 3 days of the event as Kristina Locke, Q-Link’s marketing director, explains, “We appreciate that many people may not understand Q-Link technology, so it is extremely important for us to attend events like the World Golf Championships and educate our customers. This enables us to address any questions and myths associated with our product and allows the public to see first hand just how effective the technology is and be convinced by it.”

The high number of sales can be partly attributed to the new retail price of the black and white Q-Links, which are now available for just £75 complete with Q-Links impressive 90 day money back guarantee. Astonishingly the company only has 2% returns worldwide.

Perhaps another reason behind the upsurge in interest was the news that yet another European Ryder Cup captain requested that all players in his team be supplied with the latest pendant. Sam Torrance’s victorious team at the Belfry were the first team to benefit from wearing Q-Links, so when Ian Woosnam asked Q-Link to send pendants to the players at the K Club Kristina and her team were happy to oblige. “It was very exciting to be asked to help the European team again. Golfers wearing Q-Link often say that the pendant helps focus their play under the most extreme pressures allowing them to recover quickly from poor shots and concentrate on the putts that count, so we are delighted that Q-Link could play a part in these conditions.”

Q-Links are worn by over 1 million people worldwide including; Olympic athletes, Formula 1 drivers, Premiership footballers, rock stars and health practitioners. Other reported benefits include; improved performance, better recovery rates, protection from Electromagnetic Field radiation (from mobiles computers etc), reduced symptoms of conditions such as PMT, jetlag, road rage and psoriasis.

Q-Link comes in several models including the White and Black new Q-Link, the Titanium and the stylish Pebbles available in gold and silver.

The price of the new Q-Link pendant has been dropped to £75. This still leaves a considerable margin for retailers.


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