Re: Terminator, ken presner, or the 10 dollar one? by newport ..... Zapper Support Forum
Date: 1/21/2007 1:46:35 PM ( 15 years ago ago)
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Yup, after looking at that chart and reading the snippet below I bought it:
BATTERY-POWERED ZAPPERS HAVE 2 IMPORTANT DISADVANTAGES
The battery loses power as it discharges, eventually going down to zero volts. As it loses power the zapper loses its therapeutic effectiveness. According to Dr. Hulda Clark , zapping with less than 8.9 volts drastically reduces the therapeutic value of the zapper. And as the battery discharges the square-wave changes, developing echoes that further reduce the zapper's effectiveness. It no longer produces a pure square wave. The Ultimate Zapper always maintains a Super Square wave and always functions at peak voltage (about 10.5 volts). With the Ultimate Zapper the voltage never decreases and the wave form never changes.
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