Due to the ongoing severity of the COVID-19 epidemic, we are temporarily suspending our operations. While we will not be accepting any orders or returns, we are available to assist current customers as needs arise.
This was not an easy decision, however we have always held a strong stance that safety is of paramount priority when it comes to Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS). We have gone to extensive lengths to ensure our products are safe, our customers stay safe, and have even blown the whistle when finding other companies selling risky, sub-par tDCS devices. As we monitored the progression of the COVID-19 virus, we quickly realized we would be hypocrites if we ignored the situation.
For the safety of not only our employees and vendors, but our customers and society as a whole, we are suspending operations for now. These are unprecedented times, but we don't have to endure them alone. We are all in this together. From Los Angeles to Beijing, it matters not what your gender is, your race, religion, or economic status... we all can make a difference.
Please, stay home when you can. Practice social distancing, wash your hands often, and BE KIND to your neighbor. And as always, thank you for being a part of The Brain Stimulator Family :)
Alligator Clip Adapters (for home-made sponges)
Clip On To Stimulation!
These alligator clip adapters are a great way to save money if you want to make your own sponge electrodes at home! You can learn more about making your own sponge electrodes on our Choosing The Right Electrodes for tDCS page.
These Alligator clip adapters plug directly into the lead pins on the previous versions of both The Brain Stimulator and The Travel Model and provide a wide clip opening that will firmly grasp and transfer current to any home-made sponge electrode.
Note: Please be sure that the metal of the alligator clip is not laying against bare skin during tDCS sessions. This could cause a concentration of current on that area. The best solution is to insert one prong of the alligator clip into the side of the sponge.