There is no such thing as a magnetic mattress pad with ceramic magnetic material that measures 4,300 gauss. Anyone using that number is just stretching the truth to sell their product. For more information, see the link below.

Gauss is the most misunderstood and misused word in the field of magnetic therapy. Magnet strength is measured in units called Gauss. For comparison, the natural magnetic field of the Earth is about 1 gauss. The average refrigerator magnet is about 10 gauss. Magnets used in therapeutic products vary from about 100 gauss to 2,500 gauss. The strength of a magnet is dependent on the size, weight and shape of the magnet. Manufacturers gauss rating which is the term Magnetic Therapy companies relate to in their advertising to consumers, does not directly relate to the actual gauss readings recorded on the surface of individual magnetic objects.

Some companies are multiplying the manufacturers gauss rating by the number of magnets in a product which is misleading the consumer. Even worse, some companies are quoting bogus high ratings to make their products look superior.

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