So when Gurin/Santamedical asked me to review their Tens Handheld Electronic Pulse Massager Unit, I figured it would a good gadget to have in the house. I remember my Mother having something similar growing up but she wasn't a fan and it always scared me to think being shocked would actually make things better.
This device uses microcomputer controls on a dual channel system sending signals to two different areas of the body. You can use the two pads on each channel (four total) for the ultimate massage in the same area or separate to maximize the areas you work depending on your needs. Using one of the six modes you can adjust the intensity for each area based on your pain level as well as your tolerance of the massaging unit.
Kevin is actually the one who took this right away and thought it was great. You could even see the intensity he chose and how realistic this gadget is. Kevin's body appeared to be being worked by an invisible set of hands as he moved or tensed up with each signals wave. Once I had the opportunity to try it, I loved it. I thought it felt amazing and gave me more relief than anything I've experienced recently.
Cost/Available to Purchase: $32.95 Tens Handheld Electronic Pulse Massager Unit
Recommendation: Psshhh, $33 bucks for a massager that actually works and I can take anywhere with me, I'm in. I thought this worked great, the pricing is very reasonable, and it is something worthwhile for most any household to have handy. This would make for a good gift for the active person you know this holiday.
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