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Description This fantastic chair massager can soothe your upper and lower back and thighs at home, at work or in the car. It's sold with an AC plug for indoors and a 12v adaptor for use in the car. Finished in si... more

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Review of HoMedics Hydragel Lightweight Hand Held Back Massager

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...continue with my NHS physiotherpay (which I do not get that often and I don't really feel is very beneficial to me anyway) or I invest in regular professional massages. I do spend a great deal of time on the computer during my spare time and i think that I am finding my posture has a lot to answer for regarding my back and shoulder stiffness problem as I sit hunched over the PC in one position for very...

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Review of MAM Gum Massager

Super

Helps relieve teething pain, something you can use together, different textures to other teethers

Doesn't really work as a multi-use product

...?t comfortable allowing my boy to use this by himself, because he has a tendency to try to stick things towards the back of his throat, and with this being quite long (and solid) I was worried about it being a choking hazard. The handle is long enough for us both to hold, however, and this makes him feel like he?s being independent by ?helping? mummy put the massager in the right place. I tend to hold it...

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Review of Lifemax Heated Back and Seat Massager

Satisfactory

Simple to set up and use, allows you to target different areas, portable

Not all massage modes are pleasant, highest intensity levels are loud and overpowering

...My Reason for purchasing the back and seat massager Although I am (touch wood) fairly healthy and don?t have to deal with pain on a regular basis, I have recently been experiencing some aching and stiffness as a result of lengthy typing stints in the course of my job. I am sure my discomfort is posture-related. I also suspect that working towards some strict deadlines recently has made me...

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