Progress Report on QLaser NG (Next Generation)

Q1000NG and Q1000 Legacy Low Level Lasers

Q1000NG (left) and Q1000 Legacy (right)

At the recent teleconference we promised you to give an update report on working with the QLaser NG. So here is what we see so far.

1. The efficacy of the Q1000NG seems to be similar to the one of Legacy. People and animals alike respond to the NG unit in the same positive way as they do to the Legacy.

Some particularly sensitive people even noted that the NG light was slightly “more compatible” with their energy field. This observation was, of course, very subjective and difficult to even characterize. So maybe “more compatible” is not a right expression to describe the phenomenon, but hopefully you can see what we mean.

2. Q1000NG requires a different mindset when the charging of the unit is concerned. If with Legacy you could just switch the batteries and keep going, the NG needs to be charges as a cell phone – and if you forget to do it overnight your unit may give up in the middle of the day (especially if you are using Flash Probes). In this case you are doomed to sit and wait while your laser is charging.

It usually does not take too long (we found that in about 45 min. the Q1000NG can be charged up to 80%), but still may be a major inconvenience if you are running a busy practice and use your QLaser all the time.

3. BEWARE OF THE POSITION OF THE Q-CARD!!!

On several occasions our NG would all-of-a-sudden stop working and we would distress ourselves with all sorts of scary assumptions, only to eventually figure out that the QCard is sticking out ever so slightly casing the loose connection. So if your device is not working – check the position of the QCard first, check the battery charge, and only then think of something else.

4. We find that the different design of the NG has its pros and cons, depending on the preferences of the user.

NG is definitely heavier and more robust that the Legacy, and cooler on touch due to the aluminum housing.

It does not heat up as much as the Legacy (and some people prefer the warm sensation that the Legacy is producing).

What we also find pretty fascinating is the NG’s ability to catch the “stickiness” of the skin in the affected areas. This is the quality typical to SCENAR devices, and in SCENAR therapy we call it “the small asymmetry” or “active sites”.  And, of course, the laser will not do it as well as the SCENAR or COSMODIC unit will – but it still WILL give you a slight traction on the active sites! If you have a SCENAR unit, find the active sites – and then run your Q1000NG over them; I bet you will feel the difference. I assume,  we do not have to specify the significance of this phenomenon.

5. We absolutely love the Flash Probes. We find it very easy to work with them (the 90-degree angle of the tip makes a world of difference), and we like the ability to change modes.

We also find that the effect of the 808 FP is somewhat more profound that the one of the 808 Enhancer.  Yes, the Flash Probe heats up a bit more, but there is a perceivable “after-effect” present, when the body still feels some internal warmth or “humming” for quite some time after the session is over.  We see it as very beneficial. We’ll collect some more data and tell you more later.

The only not so convenient thing about Flash Probes is that they look similar, and it is easy to mix them up if you have both and do not pay enough attention.

OK, this is it for now.

Overall, our impression so far has been positive, and we hope that you will not be disappointed with the Next Generation QLaser either.

Stay tuned for the next report.

Dr. Irina and Doc David

P.S. Our special “Thank you” goes to Mike Beasley, who helped us collect and summarize the above observations.

P.P.S. If you already have the NG, let us know what you think. We really appreciate your comments. You can leave us a Comment right here on the blog (just click on the “Share your thoughts” link below the post and type in the window that will open).

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