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Part #: BN-STRAP-20, BN-STRAP-33, BN-STRAP-76, BN-STRAP-137

These straps are made of soft, stretch Velcro® and can wrap around anything from a small to medium wrist to a torso and fits the loops on a BioNomadix Transmitter for easy attachment to subjects.

When subjects will have two or more transmitters attached, consider the BioNomadix Shirt with 22 pockets, strap loops, and zippers for easy access to electrode sites.

BioNomadix wireless physiology comfortably allows subjects to move freely in natural indoor environments.

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BioNomadix Wrist Strap 20cm
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