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A Stimulating Experience!
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I generally tend to shy away from items like this, but my wife talked me into buying one (actually one for each of us). Well, let me be the first to say, these things are FANTASTIC! They are little electrode patches that you place on certain muscle joints and plug into what looks like an mp3 player.

There are 6 different cycles to choose from and you also select the strength of the treatment. I’ve been keeping mine on around 3, which is plenty riveting enough for me. The electric pulses twitch and pull at your muscles and it somewhat simulates an actual massage.

After a long day of walking down the Vegas strip, we rested back at the hotel for a short span while we placed these on our aches and pains. And in no time at all, we were ready to go again! Easy to follow instructions, and they recharge using a USB port.
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Anonymous on 06/19/2011:
Don't get me wrong though, I still love a good ol' fashioned neck rub from human hands...namely my wife's hands:)
Anonymous on 06/19/2011:
What I really want to say will get deleted. Damn dirty mind!
Anonymous on 06/19/2011:
Does it work for headaches also?
trmn8r on 06/19/2011:
Yay, this product isn't what I expected from the product description. Very disappointing, but a good review nonetheless.
Anonymous on 06/19/2011:
If the headache is caused by stiff neck muscles, then I suppose so. But there are warnings about where to place them. In fact, it comes with a handy little anatomy chart for easy reference.
trmn8r on 06/19/2011:
If the users of my3c could use one of these before posting a review...

The quality of the reviews might go off the charts. Just imagine if every review made sense and left no question unanswered.
Anonymous on 06/19/2011:
I have one of these, but a different model. You have to be careful not to turn it up too high. Lol, I put it on my arm and set it on high, and my arm bent all the way back by itself. It was a very weird sensation and I couldn't stop laughing!

These things are pretty neat, and can help. The electrical pulses really do feel like a massage, as long as the setting is not too high! Thanks for the review.
Anonymous on 06/19/2011:
Hmmm I don't think these things are wally proof. I'd prob end up electrocuting myself lol.
Anonymous on 06/19/2011:
Wally, lol...I'm not sure I would use this for a headache even if they claimed it was safe!
Alain on 06/20/2011:
Very good review and this sounds like a very interesting instrument!
Churro on 06/20/2011:
Never heard of this before. Nice product recomendation!
Anna Molly on 06/20/2011:
Good review...interesting. I have never heard of this before, either.
MRM on 06/20/2011:
Yes, interesting product. Thanks for reviewing this product. One thing that concerns me is that the pads can get worn out or dirty and will have to be replaced.
MRM on 06/20/2011:
For the pad replacement, go to Amazon.com and its $5.99 for sets of two.
DebtorBasher on 06/20/2011:
What is the price range on these?
My Slightly Older Sister has a lot of neck problems and all the heating pad, massage neck braces and neck rubs from her hubby doesn't help. Maybe this would work better for her. I've never heard of this product before, so thanks for the review. My Sister will end up getting surgery done on her neck, but she just keeps putting it off. I think the fact that she was a mail carrier for years has added to her neck problems.
Churro on 06/20/2011:
This google took all of three seconds. Man oh man some people.

DebtorBasher on 06/20/2011:
What? Now you want me to copy and paste the link then actually read it? Geesh....I'm trying to write about my exciting venture Saturday with Mr. Guard.
Anonymous on 06/20/2011:
thanks for the link stew, very helpful, very informative!
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