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Philip Stein Fruitz Watch Review

Updated on October 26, 2012
Early wrist watch by Waltham, worn by soldiers in World War I
Early wrist watch by Waltham, worn by soldiers in World War I

The Ever Evolving Wristwatch

I don't know about most people but I am fascinated by wristwatches. I enjoy the look and feel of Philip Stein fine watches. I also like to wear colorful, sporty watches when I'm just hanging out in sneakers with my kids. The purpose of wearing a watch is to tell time yet watches have become a fashion statement over many years. The type of watch that a person wears often speaks volumes about the wearers personality and style.


We have seen watches evolve from the pocket watch to the wristwatch.The pocket watch remained the most popular type of watch until wristwatches became popular during World War I. The wristwatch is a smaller version of the pocket watch and is a fairly recent invention. There have been and are watches that are powered differently, like the self-winding, battery, digital, kinetic, light powered, and thermal powered watches.



Philip Stein Fruitz Watch

Philip Stein created its Fruitz watch collection in 2007. The collection includes fun, affordable, fashionable watches that improves the well-being of wearers with the use of natural frequency technology. You can purchase a Fruitz watch at Amazon for $110, which is half the price that you'd pay on Philip Stein's website.

These trendy timepieces help wearers experience less stress, restful sleep and better focus.Like the benefits your body receives from the vitamins in whole fruits, science proves you may get equally powerful benefits from wearing a Philip Stein Fruitz watch with teslar natural frequency technology.

Philip Stein Fruitz and Teslar Technology


The Teslar Natural Frequency Technology inside Philip Stein Fruitz watches mimics frequencies that are believed to be beneficial to life and general well-being. The prominent frequency found in Fruitz watches resonates at the earth’s frequency which is called Schumann resonance.

Every system, organ, tissue, cell, and molecule of the human body vibrates within a specific range of frequency and each one has an ‘ideal’ frequency, called the Harmonic Resonance Frequency .

All of the Philip Stein Watches, including the Fruitz watches and Philip Stein Sleep Bracelets contain a metal disk which has been infused with a combination of natural frequencies which help to reset the body to its ideal Harmonic Resonance Frequency.

While each person may experience different results, many people have reported a feeling of greater relaxation and improved well-being.

Philip Stein Fruitz Watch

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      jerry 4 years ago

      how do you change battery

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      Stephanie Marie Severson 4 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      Thanks for visiting my hub.

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      Stephanie Marie Severson 4 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      You are welcome. Thanks for stopping by my hub.

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      moonlake 4 years ago from America

      I have never heard of this watch but it sounds interesting.

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      RTalloni 4 years ago from the short journey

      An interesting concept for a watch--thanks for highlighting it.

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      Stephanie Marie Severson 4 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      You are welcome. Thanks for stopping by.

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      Vinaya Ghimire 5 years ago from Nepal

      I'm absolutely crazy about watch. Thanks for this great review.

      PS: Thanks for reading and commenting on my hubs.

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      Christy Birmingham 5 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      Good info on this watch - you are right that they can be fun pieces!

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