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hoofs_in_motion
Reg. Apr 2011
Posted 2014-12-04 8:34 AM
Subject: Best magnetic products



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Besides PHT, what other brands have good quality magnetic products?  
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TwistedK
Reg. May 2006
Posted 2014-12-04 8:47 AM
Subject: RE: Best magnetic products



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I have the Professional Choice Norfields tendon wraps and hock wraps. Have had them for years. I like the new ones better than the older ones, no issues with them. I'd love to have a PHT blanket one day
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hoofs_in_motion
Reg. Apr 2011
Posted 2014-12-04 8:54 AM
Subject: RE: Best magnetic products



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TwistedK - 2014-12-04 8:47 AM I have the Professional Choice Norfields tendon wraps and hock wraps. Have had them for years. I like the new ones better than the older ones, no issues with them. I'd love to have a PHT blanket one day

are those worth the money? I would love to have a PHT blanket as well lol, but my bank account says otherwise right now lol 
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TwistedK
Reg. May 2006
Posted 2014-12-04 8:59 AM
Subject: RE: Best magnetic products



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I believe the tendon wraps, hock wraps from them are worth the money. They were all I could afford and I've used them a lot. I like the results I've seen.



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ampratt
Reg. Dec 2012
Posted 2014-12-04 9:07 AM
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I would love any PHT products but I have limited funds. I have ordered Dura Tech magnetic tendons wraps, pastern wraps (which I also use as a poll wrap on my halter) and hoof wraps. They seemed to be of decent quality. My horses are hard on equipment and they have held up. I actually forgot to pull them off one evening and when I pulled them off the next morning, they had survived the night with no issues. Mine seem to have helped with stiffness/soreness. My horses are moving out more easily or so it seems. I have just ordered one of their blankets. Hoping it helps as well.
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scamper
Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2014-12-04 9:12 AM
Subject: RE: Best magnetic products



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I bought my PHT blanket didn't really have the funds for it but decided go for it. He wore it for a week, and pretty much paid for it this past weekend.  

When I pay the last little off I will buy what I want next. 


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CYA Ranch
Reg. Feb 2008
Posted 2014-12-04 9:12 AM
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I had a Dura Tech and the magnets were all backwards.  I'll only use PHT.
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ampratt
Reg. Dec 2012
Posted 2014-12-04 9:13 AM
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TwistedK - 2014-12-04 8:59 AM

I believe the tendon wraps, hock wraps from them are worth the money. They were all I could afford and I've used them a lot. I like the results I've seen.

I am thinking about buying a pair of the hock wraps from Classic Choice because the reviews I have read on the Dura Tech Hock wraps seems to have a majority of people who stated them weren't big enough to cover the entire hock area. The Dura Tech tendon boots are like the ones in your picture but they come down further and cover the fetlock like a sport boot. I liked the idea that they covered that area as well.
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ampratt
Reg. Dec 2012
Posted 2014-12-04 9:29 AM
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CYA Ranch - 2014-12-04 9:12 AM

I had a Dura Tech and the magnets were all backwards.  I'll only use PHT.

That's not good, how did you find that out. My Dura Tech seemed to be working since I can tell a difference in the way my horses feel. I wished I could afford PHT because I sure would love to have them. Sorry, did not mean to steal the thread.
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SaraJean
Reg. Dec 2006
Posted 2014-12-04 9:51 AM
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In my opinion it's worth saving the money and buying PHT, they are the only magnetic products I use on my horses & myself. 
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oija
Reg. Feb 2012
Posted 2014-12-04 11:18 AM
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My filly seems to like her professional's choice magnetic blanket. She nickers at me when I put it on and moves freer.
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hoofs_in_motion
Reg. Apr 2011
Posted 2014-12-04 11:20 AM
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oija - 2014-12-04 11:18 AM My filly seems to like her professional's choice magnetic blanket. She nickers at me when I put it on and moves freer.

I saw those, I was also wondering about the classic equine one as well!


I also really like the BOT hock boots 
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mruggles
Reg. Oct 2008
Posted 2014-12-04 11:23 AM
Subject: RE: Best magnetic products



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i have a nikken, seems to do the job

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CYA Ranch
Reg. Feb 2008
Posted 2014-12-04 11:29 AM
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ampratt - 2014-12-04 9:29 AM
CYA Ranch - 2014-12-04 9:12 AM I had a Dura Tech and the magnets were all backwards.  I'll only use PHT.
That's not good, how did you find that out. My Dura Tech seemed to be working since I can tell a difference in the way my horses feel. I wished I could afford PHT because I sure would love to have them. Sorry, did not mean to steal the thread.

I found out the hard way.  My horse got sick.  I got blasted on here a few years ago when this happened so I won't go into detail but if you go to the PHT website there is a link to the "Comparison Test".  The story is what happened to my gelding.  
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ampratt
Reg. Dec 2012
Posted 2014-12-04 11:57 AM
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CYA Ranch - 2014-12-04 11:29 AM

ampratt - 2014-12-04 9:29 AM
CYA Ranch - 2014-12-04 9:12 AM I had a Dura Tech and the magnets were all backwards.  I'll only use PHT.
That's not good, how did you find that out. My Dura Tech seemed to be working since I can tell a difference in the way my horses feel. I wished I could afford PHT because I sure would love to have them. Sorry, did not mean to steal the thread.

I found out the hard way.  My horse got sick.  I got blasted on here a few years ago when this happened so I won't go into detail but if you go to the PHT website there is a link to the "Comparison Test".  The story is what happened to my gelding.  

Thanks for the info. I did go to PHT's website and printed the info. I will check my magnets as soon as I can purchase a polarity tester.
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Knation85
Reg. Apr 2009
Posted 2014-12-04 12:27 PM
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I'd personally buy a used PHT if you can find one in the size you need. The magnets don't wear out, so used isn't a factor there. I bought one off the Facebook page "Used PHT Magnetic Products". Paid about half what they cost new. It's got a minor tear, but nothing that can't easily be fixed. Well worth the money to buy a used PHT versus another IMO. I've not had experience with all the other brands out there though.
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teamthompson
Reg. Feb 2010
Posted 2014-12-04 2:16 PM
Subject: RE: Best magnetic products


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scamper - 2014-12-04 9:12 AM

I bought my PHT blanket didn't really have the funds for it but decided go for it. He wore it for a week, and pretty much paid for it this past weekend.  

When I pay the last little off I will buy what I want next. 

I agree..

I didn't have the money either when I bought mine but bought it anyways and LOVE it.....
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soonergirl98
Reg. Oct 2009
Posted 2014-12-04 3:12 PM
Subject: RE: Best magnetic products



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I alternate PHT and BOT products. I have tried other magnets but honestly PHT holds up the best.
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xiaoluzzmy
Reg. Feb 2015
Posted 2015-02-04 4:02 AM
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Mine seem to have Fut 15 Coins helped with stiffness/soreness. My horses are moving out more easily or so it seems.
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