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      12-30-2016, 05:35 PM   #1
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Anyone out there with Philip Stein watches.
What do you think about them, do their frequency technology work?
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Does anyone besides me own a Philip Stein watch?
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My wife and I each have one. We mainly got them for the looks, not for the frequency technology. They’re pretty rare I guess. Haven’t seen too many out there
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I noticed when I wear a Philip Stein watch I seem calmer and don't get agitated so quickly. It seems to work for me especially if I am working on something, I seem to have more patience. In fact I bought a Philip Stein bracelet and wear it whenever I'm not wearing the watch.
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I have one... but I don't notice any difference lol 😂
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Got rid of mine after I got bored of it. The 'frequency technology' was a gimmick at best, at least for me.
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I know a lot of people think the technology is just a bunch of crap. But for me it seems to work, I am never with out their watch or the bracelet. I just picked up a couple of straps on the last cruise. Whether it is all in my mind I seem to have more patience when working on various car projects.
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I know a lot of people think the technology is just a bunch of crap. But for me it seems to work, I am never with out their watch or the bracelet. I just picked up a couple of straps on the last cruise. Whether it is all in my mind I seem to have more patience when working on various car projects.
Wow that's some bump you did there. Haha.

I do feel like it maybe the psychological factor in your case but who knows. As long as you enjoy it and feel that it helps you, I don't see a problem with it.
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