I'm reading so much about all these machines, and I just don't know what is good or bad about either....could someone give me a little more information, places to purchase one (i know that you can make it at home but I don't think i'd do well with that)....and the info about the frequencies and how to use them? thanks
"V" is the only one really making the Godzilla device.
www.rejuvenationsystems.com email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Just under $100. Several settings including Bob Beck's 4hz option on the dial including 5 other settings you can experiment with. I have bought it myself, but as a rule don't review anything until I've had it a couple months. this is a blood electrification unit that uses small electrodes over the wrist or ankle arteries. You can buy tens pads as well.
Zappers are everywhere. I own Dr. Jays ADJUSTABLE "Dial-a-Zap
model from www.frequencygeneration.com
jays email is email@example.com
Just got it so also can not comment on it. Not much help am I. Around $115...but sometimes he throws one up on ebay.com for a little less to bid on. A typical clark "type" zapper usually does 30,000hz with a couple others putting out 2500hz.
Jays is pretty cool because it can put out anything from 150hz to 250,000hz. He has a few marked off on the dial to adjust to the freqs you want to use. About 8 good ones. However you would need to buy a simple radio shack multimeter to hook it up to the zapper to show on the multimeter EXACTLY what freq you ar dialing in. This is if you want to experiment with all kinds of particular freqs you may want to use. Please see:
Just email Dr. Jay the maker of the "Dial-a-Zap" if you want to ask him questions and understand it better. I have looked at MANY zappers and not found one with specs better for the price. This is really more than a zapoper...it's really a frequency generator putting out way more than the standard single 30,000hz frequency. Yes the 30,000hz is on the dial marked off for you if you want to use clarks specs.
As a matter of fact, if you went to the above cafl and found some interesting freqs, Dr. Jay will use his own multimeter to mark off a few freqs for you that you specify.
Although I am not affiliated with these 2 vendors, I have talked with them alot about their equipment and have found both of them to be way above average peps. That said, PLEASE TELL BOTH OF THEM IF YOU EMAIL THEM THAT The_Comeback_Kid sent you. You can also get a free CD on bob beck to better understand the godzilla and all of bob becks amazing devices. See Dr beck forum. Just tell V that
I sent ya, and he'll send out a FREE CD to you that has many audio/video and more about his stuff. AWESOME.
Unfortunately I can't comment on my experioences with the 2 devices above just yet, but can talk about the specs.
Remember, only V makes the Godzilla...but they have circuit schematics if you want to build it yourself.