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Breo IDream 1260 Digital Head Eye Massager with Air Pressure, Vibration, Heat, and Music - Best on the market

by Breo

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  • It can relieve swirl and headache, promote mental alertness, remove eye fatigue, revive energy,.
  • It can improve sleeping, reduce stress, clear vision, keep an active mind
  • Relax muscle, relieve ache in neck and waist
  • Function on Fengchi point, Relax music and natural music (5 kinds)
  • Air pressure massaging (4 states, automatically working), Vibration (4 kinds), Heating
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We recommended this head and eye massager for everyone. Regular eye massage for 5 to 10 minutes is a good practice to prevent vision problems and help to reduce stress and help to have better sleep. However, most people won't do the eye massage by themselves or don't know how to do it. This device is handy. The Breo Breeze head and eye massager is a fun way to have head and eye massage. It is best for people who use computer monitors for extended periods of time (e.g. computer operators, accountants, designers, and engineers). People who suffer from pouchy eyes, dark eye circles, or eye wrinkles caused by tiredness and unsmooth blood circulation. People suffering from insomnia, headache, migraines, and presbyopia. However, everyone should have benefit to their eyes using this massager. - Safe to Use but not recommended for someone who have pre-exist head injury. - Pure Physical Massaging, No Side Effects, Fully Massages Eyes. - Cool Design - Adjustable in Shape and Size for Comfort - Adjustable head size *AROUND EYE AND TEMPLE ACUPRESSURE ? Program: o Air pressure massaging (4 states, automatically working) o Vibration massage for the head (4 kinds) o Heating o Relax music and natural music (5 kinds) o Built-in three-dimensional magnetic field *NATURAL MUSIC - MULTIPLE MODES DEVELOPED BY PSYCHOLOGIST - Power by 4 AA batteries (Batteries included), batteries last 6 hours of use, can use rechargeable batteries (no AC adapter included), - Headphones included FDA registered device

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B0041J6A5K
  • Item model number: 1260
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #207,809 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

It doesn't really do much side compression.
sophistre
The bladder inflations did not add any value to comfort but sure made my head compressed (I won't add any humor here but don't think it's not going thru my mind).
Keith B. Swinehart
Very strong comfortable pressure just like a good head massage should be (using only air pressurized cushioning).
wax

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By RedDev1l on March 9, 2011
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this is an amazing massage device. Besides the fact that it feels like I'm in a star trek episode, it feels really good too. There's a bunch of different functions you can play around with like vibrations, heating, pulsing, etc. it massages both the eyes and the head, most other ones I saw offer just one so that's definitely a plus. It does a better job on my neck than an actual masseuse does, plus it heats up to loosen up the muscles at the same time. A few other massagers I tried get pretty annoying since you can hear the thing working but this one put a few different "soothing" sounds. It would be cool if you could store a song or two so I could be listening to lady gaga instead of thunder and ocean sounds. The other slightly annoying thing is that its not that small and it covers your eyes so you have to be sitting down while using this (I guess all eye massagers work like that). Overall, this is a great little machine and I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a massager. It also was designed and built really well so this is something that could last a while. Good stuff breo. Five stars.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By sophistre on September 12, 2012
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Whether or not you're going to get anything out of this massager depends almost entirely on what kind of tension you're trying to alleviate.

For me, most of the tension in my head is located at the hinge of my jaw, up toward my temples, but not TO my temples -- instead, the tightness goes over and around my ears, and up toward the top and back of my head. These muscles are all involved in jaw clenching, and I have a bad habit of tightening my jaw when I'm stressed, and also in my sleep.

Picture what happens when you clench your jaw: the muscles on that angle toward the back of your head tighten, drawing together. Essentially, a part of your face is pulled on by muscles that go all the way to the back of your head; in effect, your head is compressed front to back, and top downward.

This massager inflates to compress the area over the eyes, and the back of the head. It doesn't really do much side compression. It does firmly pressure-point your temples, and two little nodes in the back beneath the base of the skull alternate vibration and can be felt during portions of the inflated compression.

Overall though, this isn't targeting my specific areas of need. The pressure on the areas surrounding my eyes feels nice, but because I was looking for something to alleviate the tension caused by my jaw, the Breo's configuration falls short of doing what I need it to. It's not so much a 'head massager' as a 'face/sinus/temples compression massager.'

If you find yourself massaging your face a lot, particularly the upper half of your face, between/on your brows, your cheekbones, and your temples, this thing will probably be HEAVEN for you. It's very sturdily made.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Christopher J. Rodgers on March 15, 2013
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My wife loves it when I give her a head massage so I assumed this would be a great gift: WRONG! It makes you feel claustrophobic and when the air bags around the eyes fill it makes you fear that something is exerting too much pressure around your eyes and you just want to get the hell out of it as soon as you can.. It's a cool looking gadget, for sure, but no real practical application that I can think of.. I tried it and I was wholly unimpressed. A waste of almost $200, my wife just threw it back in the box and there it sits to this day..Save your money, have your beloved lay in your lap and stroke her hair and scalp, it's free and she'll love you so much more than it you pull this monstrosity out of the box..
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By words2music on August 29, 2011
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I really enjoy this product! It is easy to use, the batteries are STILL lasting (I was worried they would quit after a few uses). I use it often. It is easy to use and very relaxing. I was a little worried with the massaging fingers on my temples as sometimes they press pretty hard, but they let up before really pressing too hard. Making the unit adjustable sideways rather than just front to back would be nice for wide heads, if a modification is made in the future.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca J. Hulit on August 8, 2013
My husband bought this for me from Amazon a short while ago. I get frequent headaches from moderate to severe (migraines) for decades and wanted an avenue that would permit relief without having to take so much medication. I have been using this with success for a while now so I learned 'how' to use it more effectively without making pain worse.

1. The helmet should be adjusted to give lots of wiggle room before you even begin. If you adjust it to fit snugly at first, you will be crushed when the massaging and kneading begins. Give yourself wiggle room.

2. Sit in a comfortable chair with side arms to support your elbows, lean your head forward just a little so your face is resting on the front piece. Make sure your eyes can see through the google area. This helps you keep things aligned.

3. Use your fingertips (this is why you need a comfy chair with side arms) to gently hold helmet position in the front, softly, but enough that as kneading begins you can keep the helmet from slipping down or up. This helps keep it aligned without much effort.

4. I like to make sure my face presses softly to the front when kneading the front sinus area, but letting it relax away (why your fingertips being right there come in handy) when the massage presses gently inward, then outward.

5. Relax shoulders and legs so you can just enjoy. I close my eyes through much but open them briefly every now and again to assure my helmet is aligned.

Again, make sure you have not adjusted your helmet too tightly before beginning. There needs to be some finger room, as if it's a little too big.

It makes a huge difference to tense muscles and so helps greatly with headaches. I use it off and on during the day JUST to relax and reduce stress.
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