Veloci-Ti Cosmos Dynamic Pendant

Combine the versatility of titanium with the cutting-edge technology, the Veloci-Ti Cosmos Dynamic Pendant displays a distinctive design created from the fascinating pattern of mathematic fractal giving the wearer an improvement in his or her physical performance as well as an increase in focus. Bringing together its lightweight and durable qualities with sleek and contemporary design, the Veloci-Ti Cosmos Dynamic Pendant is a perfect companion for either active people or professional athletes. A complimentary stylish rubber cord with rhodium-plated silver clasp also enhances the smart and sporty look.

Veloci-Ti Cosmos Dynamic Pendant

Key Benefits:

Veloci-Ti pendants may assist to enhance, balance and increase your:

Energy levels
Physical performance


Veloci-Ti pendants are energised through Informational Energy Imprinting (IEI) Technology, a cutting-edge technology that utilises the concept of energy waves and information frequency modulation by taking versatile, strong lightweight titanium, imprinting this titanium with positive energy and then adding performance information through frequency modulation to it. The result is balanced and amplified energy levels and increased physical performance, endurance, and agility. These positive effects may help improve various functions of the body to be better equipped to handle the stresses of sports.

The scientist behind IEI Technology is Dr med. Manfred Doepp who is a founding member of the Board of the German Society for Energy and Information Medicine e.V., Stuttgart and a specialist in Nuclear Medicine and Energy Medicine, as well as General Medicine. Dr Doepp is also a reviewer of the International Society on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, as well as the International Society on Computer, Communication and Control Technologies. A well-published scientist and researcher, his fields of special interest include: Frequency distribution analysis; Meridian diagnostics; Segmentary diagnostics; Heart-Rate-Variability (HRV); Vegetative regulation diagnostics; and System sciences.