ALUMINUM MATERAL----Non-magnetic, corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy construction for light weight and durability.
CLEAR TONE----Delivers clear tone, longer sound and accurate tuning.
LONG RESONANCE----Extended long handle of turned smooth aluminum to facilitating bone conduction tests and more persistent ringing frequency.
HAMMER----Deliver a hammer to serve as a percussion tool.
SOFT BAG AND CLEANING CLOTH----Deliver a soft bag storage and a piece of cleaning cloth to protect the tuning fork.
1 x tuning fork
1 x Silicone hammer
1 x Cleaning Cloth
1 x Soft Storage Bag
There are small differences in tuning fork measurement is normal, please understand.
To keep the tuning fork more accurate, please do not tap it with metal.
After using a tuning fork, clean with a soft cloth and store in a dry place to prevent corrosion.
Also if you have any questions about the product, our QIYUN team is always standing by to do help!
QIYUN Angel Hz tuning fork
Very reasonably priced
Precision frequency balanced
Lightweight Aluminum tuning fork
Powerful sound healing
Forms a bridge between Heaven and Earth
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