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  • Nice but
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    I thought this would help me keep from getting knots in my back, I have to lean on it for it to feel like it is working.

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  • handheld massager
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    this massager uses 4 aa batteries so it isnt going to be super strong but its good for on the go,travel or a quick massage. i have no regrets.

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  • OK for the price
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    It's exactly what you pay for. For me, it's too weak to massage my back or neck. Neck is OK but it's just not strong enough. All the thing does is vibrate and it's honestly not what you would want if you want a great massage. I got it for my dad but it's more effective just applying pressure on his sore muscles. For the price, it's OK but if you're looking for a strong massaging device, this is not for you.

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  • bad

    I bought this product I figure its should help with my aches and pains, wrong its doesn't do crap I am not satisfied with this product at all. I would not recommend this to even my enemy.

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  • Great Buy
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    I purchased this, because I was looking for something that covered a larger area at once, and this one does that. I use it to help massage in anti- cellulite oil, and it seems to be working nicely. Also very nice for those monthly cramps that we women always look forward to.....I sit back against a pile of pillows and leave it on my lower back for a while. The fact that it's automatic is a real plus and it feels wonderful!

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  • Sara Peyton Dual massager

    This item works great. I didnt expect such quality since I bought it on sale cheap over the holidays but it is holding up wonderfully and still on the first set of batteries. (It takes DOUBLE A's, not Triple as stated on the box though). This saves my wrists while giving back rubs to the boyfriend. Very easy to use and he really says it does wonders for his sore muscles. The only reason I didnt give it 5 stars is this: The unit has different pulses of vibration but they are totally random and not something you can choose a setting on. Other than that, BOTH THUMBS UP!

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  • Decent Little Massager
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    I bought this to replace a corded, hand-held massager that gave up the ghost. After an extensive search, I could not find a simple hand-held massager. I came accross this unit & decided to give it a test drive. The Pros: Light weight, good design, feels comfortable in the hand, Battery powered, no cord The Cons: One speed No deep massage, due to its lack of power I gave this 4 stars because of its ease of use and it has more power than a couple of battery powered massagers I've tried before. Buy this for what it is-a general purpose unit for light massage. It's convienent, due to no cord, but the tradeoff is a unit that only has the power that its batteries can muster. Overall, I'm happy with this unit. If you need deep tissue massage, this unit is not for you.

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