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Originals By Weber Announces New Invention To Help People With Raynauds Syndrome, No More Cold Fingers & Toes

January 28, 2012

New Weber Wrist & Ankle Wraps (patent pending), use NASA spin-off insulation material, the most perfect insulation material in the world, to relieve pain in cold fingers & toes. Weber Wrist & Ankle Wraps are Designed to increase comfort of people with Raynauds Syndrome, Raynauds Disease or Raynauds Phenomenon and all others who frequently have to live with painfully cold hands, fingers and toes during both summer and winter. The insulation material in these Weber thermal Wrist & Ankle Wraps never gets weak, does not wear out or need to be revived in any way.

Toms River, NJ (PRWEB) January 28, 2012

Originals By Weber, Terrance L. Weber, owner, announces immediate availability of their new low cost, non-electric and long lasting thermal Weber Wrist & Ankle Wraps. New Weber Wrist & Ankle Wraps (patent pending), use NASA spin-off insulation material, the most perfect insulation material in the world, to relieve pain in cold fingers & toes. Weber Wrist & Ankle Wraps are Designed to increase comfort of people with Rayanuds Syndrome, Raynauds Disease or Raynauds Phenomenon and all others who frequently have to live with painfully cold hands, fingers and toes during both summer and winter. The insulation material in these Weber thermal Wrist & Ankle Wraps never gets weak, does not wear out or need to be revived in any way.

Weber thermal , non-electric, long lasting Wrist & Ankle Wraps are made to overcome the discomfort of people who suffer with constantly cold hands, finger numbness, and cold feet and toes. Those who have a disease known as: Raynauds Syndrome, Raynaud´s Disease and Raynaud´s Phenomenon can reap many benefits when wearing these new Wraps constantly (24/7) as much as possible.

The insulation material in these Weber thermal Wrist & Ankle Wraps never gets weak, does not wear out or need to be revived in any way.

New Weber Wrist & Ankle Wraps make use of new NASA thermal insulation fillers (patent pending) and are designed to greatly relieve pain and increase comfort of people who always have cold fingers and toes, i.e., those with Rayanud´s Syndrome, Raynaud´s Disease or Raynaud´s Phenomenon and all others who frequently have painfully cold hands, fingers and toes during both summer and winter. These new Weber Wrist & Ankle Wraps make use of the NASA developed high tech insulation which is the lightest and lowest-density solid known to exist. This “Aerogel” (also called “frozen smoke”) is the lightest and lowest-density solid known to exist. It also holds the World records for being the best insulator and the lowest density solid. Aerogel is composed of amorphous Silicon Dioxide, and is 99.8% air. Aerogel is chemically similar to ordinary glass. Aerogel’s true strength is its incredible insulating properties. It negates just about any kind of energy transfer: thermal, electrical or acoustic. Aerogel’s density is just 3 milligrams per cubic centimter (it weighs only 3 times that of air). Its melting point is 2,200 degrees F. (1,200 degrees C).

The Weber thermal Wrist & Ankle Wraps, are made with a covering of black ripstop nylon. They are designed to maintain the temperature of blood as it flows from the wrists and ankles to the fingers and toes of the wearer. People with Raynaud’s Syndrome, Raynaud´s Disease, or Raynaud´s Phenomenon are advised to wear these Wraps “all the time” (24/7) to aid in conditioning veins and small blood vessels and thus help to increase the flow of blood to fingers and toes. Weber thermal Wrist & Ankle Wraps are non-electric and re-usable. Included with each Wrap is a removable, washable liner (on inside) to keep the inside of the Weber Wrist & Ankle Wrap, where it touches bare skin, fresh and clean during extended use.

Wearing the Weber Wrist & Ankle Wraps in this way can, over time, tend to “condition” the small veins and blood vessels and thus help increase the flow of warm blood, at about 72-degrees, to extremities such as fingers and toes. Blood temperature is controlled with these Wraps by using a new NASA insulation material. It is the lightest and lowest-density solid know to exist. It is composed of amorphous silicon dioxide, and is 99.8% air. The material holds the world´s record for being the best insulator and lowest density solid known to man. This insulating material negates just about any kind of energy transfer: thermal, electrical or acoustic. Therefore, Weber uses this insulation to maintain the temperature of the circulating blood at the most comfortable temperature as it flows from the wrists and ankles to the fingers and toes of the wearer.

The Weber Wrist & Ankle Wraps are made with a covering of Ripstop nylon, 9” long by 3-1/2” wide and approximately 3/16” thick. When these Wraps are placed on the wrists or ankles, they are held in place with adjustable Velcro straps. The Wraps are made in one size and are adjustable enough (with the Velcro straps) to fit all men, women and children.

When Weber was asked what kind of feedback he gets from his customers about the Wraps, he gave the following quotes from a few of his customers:

“Wraps are as described. Fast shipping. Highly recommend.”

“I have worn the heck out of the ankle and wrist wraps, they have helped with my circulation in both my hand and foot.”

“Thrilled with purchase of wrist & ankle wraps!”

“Wow! These wraps really work! No more cold fingers!”

“Product works great!”

“Fast shipping, description is accurate, I’ll recommend these wrist wraps!”

These Wraps are made in the USA and the price of these thermal, non-electric, long lasting Weber Wrist & Ankle Wraps is $29.00/pair (2 Wraps) (s/h is $3.60) Satisfaction guaranteed or money back. For more information you are cordially invited to call: 1-877- 309 – 8382, or 732-864-0353 or visit the following website where you can watch a video about Weber Wrist Wraps:http://www.yrret.stirsite.com/raynaudshelp.htmlor write to: Originals By Weber, 338 Alabama Avenue, Toms River, NJ 08753.

Scroll down to see a VIDEO about Weber Wrist & Ankle Wraps on the website.

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