Carrollton, TX (PRWEB) July 13, 2012
The world’s fastest growing ion magnetic bracelet company, once again innovates with a new line for the political animals out there! Ionloop has just announced the launch of its “Political Animal” collection which features the Democrat Donkey Bracelet and the Republican Elephant Bracelet.
Each of these one-of-a-kind ion magnetic bracelets allows Ionloop fans to show support to their political parties during this election year. The democrat donkey and the republican elephant have been symbols of American politics since cartoonist Thomas Nast started using the animals to depict the parties in the nineteenth century. The donkey symbolizes democrats’ wits and bravery while the elephant represents the strong and dignified Republican Party.
“We have had such a huge response this summer to our red, white, and blue USA flag bracelets that we thought why not add something to celebrate the upcoming conventions and then the election in November,” said Melissa Gotfredson, IonLoop CEO. “I am sure that there will be a great response to these witty and fun bracelets…politics are important to all American’s,” commented Melissa.
IonLoop has developed an ion magnetic bracelet with a new negative ion technology, Ion Regeneration Technology™. IRT seeks to neutralize the destructive effects of our modern day environment. Everyone from world-class athletes to office workers may be affected by positive ions.
Like all IonLoop bracelets, the new Democrat Donkey and Republican Elephant Bracelets contain Neodymium magnets which are the strongest rare earth magnets known to science and are many times more powerful and, in our opinion more effective, than weak ferrite magnets used by our Japanese competitors. These small but powerful magnets are aligned in the magnet case in an alternating polarity ± alignment which enhances the natural effects of the magnet therapy.
For more information on IonLoop’s new Democrat Donkey and Republican Elephant Bracelets and to view all the other creative IonLoop bracelets, visit http://www.ionloop.com.