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The Duet is available for three wrist sizes:
SMALL: 130–155 mm (about 51/8 – 61/8 in)
MEDIUM: 150–190 mm (about 6 – 7½ in)
LARGE: 180–215 mm (about 71/8 – 8½ in)
Please note that the Small size fits only children and ladies with VERY small-
The Duet is intended to be worn permanently. If you’ll need to remove it frequently, a model with a clasp fastening would be better, unless you’re one of those whose wrist shape allows a correctly-
For suggested clasp and buckle models, see the Elite, the Executive and the Explorer 2. You might also like the Pirouette, which is an all-
Your Duet should be worn slightly loose, so as to be able to slide up and down your arm a little, but it should not twist right round – the Bioflow CRP modules should be free just to move around over the pulse area on the inside of your wrist and lower arm. It’s essential to wear your Duet with the CRP modules on the inside of your wrist where there are most blood vessels. Otherwise its therapeutic effect will be considerably compromised.
The magnetic modules on the Duet are pretty powerful! That’s one reason why the Bioflow system works, when other magnetic products generally don’t. This strong magnetic flux is, because of the patented design, almost entirely turned into your wrist when you are wearing the bracelet. Take note, then, that when it is off your wrist, touching vulnerable objects may cause unwanted effects. This includes temporarily stopping watches, wiping the data off magnetic stripe cards, and so on. Leaving the Duet on, for example, a bedside table with a watch, entangled inappropriately, may stop the watch until you separate them.
If you have a heart pacemaker or similar device, the back (outer) side of the CRP magnetic units will cause no problems unless the pacemaker is over 20 years old (some early types were un-
Wash your Bioflow Duet with ordinary detergents; this is probably easiest as you wash your hands. Both the stainless steel and the resin cover over the CRP modules are water-
Like any other metals you wear, the steel can be scratched by fine or coarse grit. So avoid, for example, rubbing the wristband unprotected on a table, to prolong the bright finish. The gold plating is an alloy, harder than the pure gold in electroplate, so it will resist scratching better. Nevertheless, it is still softer than steel, so will need more care to keep the finish bright. As you’d expect, scratching, gouges and plating wear are not points covered under the 12-
Sports users find the Duet a good design because it’s very light and doesn’t cause problems when it gets sweaty. For games like tennis, you might prefer to slip a terry-
When worn in an industrial setting, flying particles like non-
When putting on a Duet for the first time, shape the band to your wrist. Care should be taken not to use the ball-
First, the back of the band should be flattened if your wrist has a flattish rather than well-
To remove the Duet, people with a concave inside wrist can move one module to this place then arch the Duet off the wrist. Other people will need a friend to pull open the band from both sides, while avoiding pulling on the modules.
We recommend that you only remove your Duet on special occasions, such as where a clear wrist is essential, or when undergoing an MRI scan. It is intended to be worn permanently, to avoid ‘work hardening’ damage by frequently bending the steel band, and to minimize the small risk of breaking off a module. As its use is a medical need, security personnel should respect this and scan you manually at, for example, airports.