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  1. BrainBit Charger for Headband Battery
    This charger is perfectly suited to the BrainBit battery and comes in the supply kit. But you can purchase more in case you need one extra or you lost the item. Learn More
    $15.00
  2. Orange Sticks 100 package
    Orange Sticks 100 package (E26) Recommended for removing gel build-up from electrode disks and mounts. Learn More
  3. WaveGuard Cap Replacement Top Screws
    WaveGuard Cap Replacement Top Screws Learn More
    $15.00
  4. SE35 EDG Hook and Loop Fastener Finger Sensors - 4 pack
    8mm snap style Silver/Silver Chloride pellet embedded into a hook and loop fastener band. Learn More
  5. Single Red 40 inch Snap Lead for GSR/SR (GP4 & GP8 ONLY)
    Single Red 40 inch Snap Lead for GSR/SR (GP4 & GP8 ONLY) Learn More
    $16.00
  6. emWave 2 USB Wall Charger
    USB Wall Charger for emWave2 handheld device Learn More
    As low as $15.00
  7. emWave2 Carrying Case
    Durable black faux leather case with belt clip —allows you to run sessions and view your coherence scores while protecting your emWave from wear and tear. Learn More
    $15.00
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  8. BrainBit Battery for Headband
    Additional BrainBit battery without charger Learn More
    $15.00
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    Anatomy of an Epidemic by Robert Whitaker
    Robert Whitaker's Anatomy of an Epidemic reveals the damage that can and very often does result from long-term use of psychotropic drugs, and, along with it, the alarming rise in chronic mental illness in this country since such drugs as Thorazine were introduced in the 1950s. Because this drug could cause tardive dyskinesia and other permanent nervous system damage, the pharmaceutical industry got to work on new generations of drugs that are being used now. Learn More
    was $26.00 Special Price $15.95
  10. E4S Electro-Cap Quick Insert Electrode
    The E4S Quick insert electrode is a temporary electrode which will override the cap wiring in the event of a faulty electrode during a test. A Quick Insert Electrode may be placed into the mount of the faulty electrode and connected directly to the EEG machine until the cap can be properly repaired. Learn More
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