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    This product seemed cheaply made and hard to use, if you have long hair or any hair at all it can get caught in the rollers very easily. Would suggest to friends to purchase. The return polcy was very easy on the Overstock web-site, and very friendly and knowledgable.

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    rfehr December 22, 2011
  • Only for healthy backs
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    The product is well made, but difficult to use. I have a back injury and fusion, and the rollers hurt too much on the fusion area. Also, longer hair can get caught in the rollers. It is sturdy and doesn't need electricity, which is nice. Maybe it would work well for those with very strong and healthy backs.

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    joe355 February 27, 2008
  • I purchased this item after suffering for years with neck and back pain. The accupressure device in particular is very useful to loosen tight muscles and administer a decent "massage." I have used a similar item at physical therapy, and this is a serious piece of equipment which enables the user to be proactive rather than rely on questionable electronic devices like the ones at mall stores. In fact, I'd classify this more as a piece of fitness equipment, so purchasers looking for a "passive" massage may not like this, but chronic sufferers may benefit from use of the table, as it also provides core strengthening exercise abilities. The quality of the piece is decent, though it certainly does not look like it's worth the supposed $350 list price. On the other hand, it's little more than the cost of two massages....

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    OstkUser71538 January 30, 2006
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    Roxann L. June 22, 2016