|Clark||5 to 20||1 or 2||1 or 2||NO|
|Ultimate||10 to 20||1 only||1 only||NO|
|Terminator||5 to 20||1 only||1 only||NO|
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When comparing zappers to find the best zapper for your needs, there are a number of important features to consider. Among the things that are important to consider are convenience, portability, power source, flexibility, functions, options, and of course effectiveness.
There are many zappers out there and some are more convenient while others may be more effective but less convenient. Some claim to offer more power while others claim to have special wave forms and many have features that are only available from a particular company. How do you know which ones are really better?
One place to start looking is at the seller and his story. Almost everyone who is selling zappers today had major health issues and used the zapper to help resolve those problems. These people had problems ranging from cancer, to MS to intestinal parasites to a wide variety of diseases. This is what happened with me and the very first time that I used a zapper, I was astonished and completely impressed with the results. None of the people selling zappers started their business to make money and as far as I know, none are getting rich.
First, use caution if a website uses Dr. Clark's picture and other things to make it appear that they are Dr. Clark's official site or that they have her blessings. This is a false relationship. First, Dr. Clark passed away a few years back and before that she had posted on her own site that she was not associated with any site selling zappers. Also, compare the website to the product. If they put more effort into the website, bashing competitors and name calling than they put in to their product, this should tell you a lot of what they are really about.
One way that some people try to find the best zapper is through testimonials. Testimonials are great inspiration but use extreme caution here. If you see testimonials exclaiming "I was cured of XYZ disease in only 3 days, don't fall for it. They may have felt better but seriously, if a health problem takes weeks or months to manifest then it just is not going to disappear overnight. If testimonials claim, I felt better after only a couple of days, that is a lot more believable. The point is that almost all zappers offer a benefit and they do help. The longer that a company has been selling zappers, the larger the number of testimonials that they should have. It is normal to have about a 1 percent testimonial rate. This means that you will normally receive 10 testimonials for every thousand zappers sold. A total of 300 testimonials represents sales of 30,000 customers. Note that in some countries, such as the U.S., companies can not post testimonials claiming healing or cures, due to FTC and FDA regulations, for this reason it is good to consider what is allowed.
Why so few? There are a couple of good reasons for this. One is that not every person who has good results is going to write a testimonial. Many people are shy about writing or even telling others about such things. Statistically, only a small percentage of successful users are going to reply back with a testimonial. The other reason is that for any one given illness and any one given model of zapper, not everyone is going to have the same results, at least until you get a zapper with precision frequencies or high accuracy.
The reason is that most zappers are not very precise. The original design was crude and allowed up to 20 percent variation between units. Many zappers today still lack the necessary accuracy to be reproducible from one unit to the next.
Let me give an example.
Assuming a group of 100 people buy a zapper built to the original 30 kHz specification. It is likely that not one single unit would be exactly 30,000 Hz but instead, the units would range form 27,000 Hz to 33,000 Hz and any point in between due to component tolerances, using the original Radio Shack parts and breadboard technique.
For this reason, for any group of 1000 people who had an issue that a zapper would help with, if it had the right frequency, only about 10 would have real good success. The remainder would have varying degrees of success depending on just what frequency they ended up with.
So, as you can see, if you have XYZ disease and you see 10 really good testimonials from a company who sold a thousand units, you have about the same 1 in 100 chance of getting good results. There ara a couple ways of improving this as discussed later.
So if you want to get the best zapper, testimonials may not be a good guide. Always beware of hype. Look at the things that matter.
Money back guarantee is another consideration. Many but not all zapper sellers offer a good guarantee. These can range from none to 6 months or even a year. Be careful! Some offer a 90 money back guarantee but read the fine print. Some require that you do things like use the unit every single day for the entire 90 day period. Some others try to weasel out of the guarantee when you call to return. Use caution and read about complaints below.
Warranty can be another indicator. Most zappers carry some kind of a warranty against failure from defects in manufacturing, materials, or workmanship. Do not expect any company to repair you zapper for free if your dog chews it up or if you drop it in the toilet. Warranties range from 90 days to 5 years or even lifetime. Again, use caution. A lifetime warranty is not much good if a seller does not always honor it.
Product quality is absolutely important. Make sure that the manufacturer shows what the inside of their product looks like. A few components on a hand built board with a birds nest of wires may not be the best choice. This is how one of the most expensive zappers is built but they do not show you. If you saw how some zappers were built on the inside, you would never buy it.
Accuracy, as explained above is very important. Does the seller tell you how accurate his units are? Cheap zappers can be 10 percent accuracy or even worse. Even the very best zappers made from a 555 timer circuit are going to have a 3 percent to 5 percent accuracy. Only zappers with more precise frequency generater devices will have an accuracy that is better than 1 percent. So, just what does this mean?
For example, if you buy a 30 kHz zapper with 1 percent accuracy, the error will be plus or minus 300 Hz rather than 3000 Hz. This way, your zapper will have a frequency of 29700 Hz to 30300 Hz, which is much better than 27000 to 33000 Hz. So now, we might be able to have 100 successes out of 1000! This is much better than 10 out of 1000.
Even better is a zapper that is 0.25 percent accuracy which results in plus or minus 75 Hz at 30 kHz. This way, we can get 400 out of every 1000 customers free of the XYZ disease. Oops! That is if the frequency that we need is actually 30,000 Hz. What if, for the XYZ disease, we need 31,600 Hz and it was the zappers that were actually close to 31600 Hz that were having the best results? Well, to fix this problem, lets add another frequency! Actually, lets add a few more. If we add 30500, 31600, and 33000, that will give 4 times the chance of hitting a frequency that is going to be beneficial in fighting the XYZ disease and a few others as well. The ABC disease is affected by the frequency 30470 Hz and the DEF microbe is killed by the 30525 Hz frequency and the HIJ syndrome is affected by the 31650 frequency, each is likely to have a 40 percent success rate.
Actually, this is somewhat simplified but you can see that greater accuracy and more frequencies are likely to produce much better results. Also, you can see that at the same time, zappers are not perfect. Well some of them came much closer than this but because of this they may need to have many frequencies.
Power is another consideration that you should pay attention to. Not only output power which is what is supplied by the unit but also the input power source. No matter what, your zapper should be battery powered for safety. Period. If a seller is promoting attaching to the wall outlet, I suggest RUN! First, it is a sign that they can not produce enough power from a battery which indicates that usage of cheaper less efficient parts in the zapper. Also, while that AC mains is somewhat reliable, surges and EMPs can travel over the power lines for a long distance and could overwhelm a wall-wart, as they are called. Be smart, rely on battery power.
Also, be wary of those companies that boast of high power such as 1 amp or 500 milliamp. Anything over about 10 milliamp ( ma ) can be injurious and 20 milliamp can be fatal in some cases. A current of 20 ma is the same as 0.02 amp.
A good zapper should run off of a 9 volt battery ( AA batteries are ok ) and should provide an output of 4 ma to a little under 10 ma. It should also provide a good square wave under load showing sharp rises and and falling edges. The duty cycle should be 50 percent exact if possible because this is the only duty cycle that reinforces all odd harmonics. Some zappers claim to provide even harmonics, this is garbage and do not buy from those dealers. It is a mathematical description of the square wave, that it is all of the odd harmonics of the fundamental frequency.
1) Convenient size / portability
2) uses a 9 volt battery, does not connect to the wall power
3) Size of electrodes, electrode must be large enough to provide good conduction
4) placement of the electrodes as far apart as possible,
a) the further apart, the better the overall distribution of signal
b) having more than 2 contacts such as 4 placed at the extremities produces better over-all coverage
5) multiple frequencies, the base frequency of 2500 Hz is very limited and does not provide the broad band coverage of advance ParaZappers
6) flexible timing, while the 7 minutes on, 20 minutes off, repeat 3 times was good for older basic zappers there are better timing options for newer zapper models
7) improved conductivity from using paper towels, wet with salt water, also helps protect from burns by keeping copper off of the skin and decreasing resistance.
8) Kills microbes, this is the original purpose of zappers
Notice: On advice of counsel, we are required to inform you that the statements and claims on our web site have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease -- not for use on humans or with pets. These battery powered devices are not offered or intended for human use or to diagnose or prescribe for medical or psychological conditions nor to claim to prevent, treat, mitigate or cure any conditions, nor to recommend specific products as treatment of disease or to provide diagnosis, care, treatment or rehabilitation of individuals, or apply medical, mental health or human development principles. The devices discussed herein have not undergone evaluation and/or testing by the United States Food and Drug Administration or like agency of any other country. Risks which might be determined by such testing are unknown. The information on this site is not a substitute for medical or veterinary advice.
Additional Notice: These devices are sold only for the experimental use of killing microbes in water. Any other usage is considered to be off-label and such usage is at the discretion of the user. This is not a Medical device and is not represented as such.
Hulda Clark ParaZapper sales
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Boaz, AL 35956 USA
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