SOURCE: Torbay Holdings Inc

October 27, 2005 10:44 ET

Torbay Holdings, Inc.: Introduces iBrakemoor™ Video for the New iPod

MINEOLA, N.Y -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 27, 2005 -- Torbay Holdings, Inc. (OTC BB: TRBY) announced today that it has developed and is introducing iBrakemoor™ Video; a "relax on the run" version of the Brakemoor™ Anti.Fatigue™ computer program.

Brakemoor™ employs the 3 Rs of Anti.Fatigue™: Re-Aeration, Relaxation and Recovery, using proprietary images and audio as well as, during its Recovery phase, user's own audio and/or visual media. The new iPod products from Apple allows extensive mixed media storage and the ability to play videos or show pictures while listening to music, used in the Recovery phase of the Brakemoor™ break regime.

We have produced iBrakemoor™ videos in the iPod "m4v" video format (as well as other "Pocket PC formats") and have recorded two "Upper Limb" versions so far with whole body versions to follow. One version is of Phases I and II, Re-Aeration and Relaxation, allowing users to make their own iPod media selections for Phase III, the Recovery Phase. We have also recorded a Full, 3 R Phase, version with ocean sights and sounds as the Recovery Phase.

The video element of Brakemoor™ is a component of the patent application that anticipates a media lead "Modern Lifestyle Management" market that seeks to de-stress and de-fatigue. The emergence of the new iPod range and iTunes availability on some cell phones was an opportunity immediately responded to in the hope of becoming recognized as an early iPod video market player and introducing Anti.Fatigue™ into the mass media vocabulary. It is believed that iBrakemoor™ could extend Brakemoor's™ application and increase awareness of our company and Anti.Fatigue™ products by providing the Brakemoor™ concept as a turnkey solution for use both on and away from the computer.

Brakemoor™ to date has received good feedback from test installations in the UK, Australia and the US and we feel that our design objectives for Brakemoor™ have been met and most likely exceeded. A potentially significant advantage for Brakemoor™ is that it is a passive regime in that it does not require users to perform stretches or other forms of active exercise during the break. Corporate response to "passive breaks" has so far been positive as it overcomes concerns as to potential liability should an injury coincide with the performance of some alternative active exercise computer break in the workplace. This same advantage, for different reasons, we perceive is an advantage in the iPod marketplace as iBrakemoor™ allows its user's to "relax on the run" while on trains, boats and planes without disturbing their neighbor or having them contort in public places.

Tom Large, President & CEO stated: "One Brakemoor™ aspect we had hoped for seems to have been recognized, which is that despite the hours spent loading gigabytes of pictures and music to computers very little time is spent in their enjoyment, whereas now Brakemoor™ affords that opportunity in a constructive and work related way."

"The iBrakemoor™ iPod opportunity we believe could provide us with access to, and so income from, the personal media revolution that is taking place as well as being a billboard for our other products. A short demo in iPod video format is available via the link below. Pricing will be confirmed after discussions have been had with the distribution outlets we have approached."

Designer Appliances, Inc. is leading the way in the development of Anti.Fatigue™ tools and technologies to manage the impact that fatigue is now understood to have upon computer users. Anti.Fatigue™ design conforms to Universal Design criteria so produces products that are more "Accessible and Assistive" to all, including persons with dexterity impairment or disability. We are all capable of fatigue.

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iBrakemoor iPod demo (will open in QuickTime window):

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