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Description: This is a 10 pack of Biomedical Sensor Pads, disposable electrodes that can be used to measure EEG, ECG and EMG levels. these little pads are perfect for short-term monitoring of Neurofeedback and Biofeedback purposes. They are to be used once and are very handy because of integrated, latex-free gel. Each pad adheres very well to the skin and the snap connector can be pushed on or removed from the electrode lead with no issue.

Note: This product is NOT a medical device and is not intended to be used as such or as an accessory to such.

Dimensions: 24mm x 1mm


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Customer Comments

  • I live on Pluto where these are $1 for a million pieces, but seriously, are these funding Obamacare?

  • I live in Russia and these pads cost just 10 $ for 50 pieces. Your pads cost an arm and a leg. P.S. My pads are in tight germproof pack. So my product is actually a medical device instead of yours.

  • Just pondering…. if they are usually used 3 at a time…. why not sell them in a 12 pack? ;)

    • Mostly because that’s how we get them. But think of it as 3 sets with a spare for when you accidentally rip one off. This is one of those things that even if you use 3 at a time you are probably going to be using extras at random times.

    • They teach this sales philosophy in business school. Give them the Hot Dog Bun/Hot Dog sales approach and the customer will be compelled to buy more in order to get an evenly divided amount. It costs the manufacturer less to make the item in quantity and the customer more to buy in small quantities. Win/Win for the man. and seller, just not for the customer!

      • Keep in mind also that not everyone is using these for ECG/EKG applications. I use them for GSR as well, which is a 2-lead job… so there’s really no ideal number. The Bitalino board, for instance, uses 5 electrodes at a time.

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im struggling

well not because of your fab sensors, more because im new to the whole process of wearables and need some nifty batteries to make it what i want it to be ( cant get rechargeable ones sent to hong kong)…. however i will download your how to make it something other than dust collectors soon… could you send me the link for the how to page?