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Homedics PM-R2 Hand Held Massager (Colors May Vary)

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  • Will rejuvenate and revitalize
  • Feel the galactic bliss with this perfect little gift and massager
  • The massage " knuckles" have illuminated heads that give an amazing massage for stress relief
  • The sleek black and white design with chrome accents, make an eye catching display for in-store trial and includes a "Try Me" feature
  • Convenient battery operation (three AAA batteries are included)

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This battery operated hand held massager will rejuvenate and revitalize with R2¿. Feel the galactic bliss with this perfect little gift and massager. The massage " knuckles" have illuminated heads that give an amazing massage for stress relief. The sleek black and white design with chrome accents, make an eye catching display for in-store trial and includes a "Try Me" feature. Comes in pre-assorted colors. Convenient battery operation (three AAA batteries are included)

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  • Item Weight: 9.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000QTQYZK
  • UPC: 031262027979
  • Item model number: PM-COMET-9CTM
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #852,700 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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As I waited two hours for a prescription at Walgreen's this afternoon, I entertained myself by auditioning all of the much-hyped gadgets, including the complete line of Homedics massagers. Although the Homedics shiatsu back massage clearly took honors, these little portable devices are capable of offering at least temporary symptomatic relief. There are several designs to choose from (though the prices have become virtually identical and, moreover, are often used by the chain as loss-leader items with 2-for-one sales).

To cut to the chase, this latest development by Homedics of their 3-point massager, a more compact and ergonomic version of earlier editions, is clearly your best bet (it's been dubbed "The Comet" in Homedics labeling of the items). I'm no physicist, but if I were, I'd probably be able to explain why the 3-point system is more effective in applying pressure efficiently to "accupressure" points than the newer "Quad" models. In short, if you plan to use the massager on yourself, go for the triangular configuration, preferably the one without the skinny legs and cushioned feet (you want it to slide). The Quad requires that you grip it like a flat iron and apply more pressure to achieve the same effect. If you have a strong-armed, "physical" assistant to work on your anatomy, it might be worth consideration (it also comes in an extra-large--but no more effective--rechargeable version).

In short, simply pick your favorite color and grab a Comet (if you're lucky, you may catch one on sale for five bucks. Walgreens seems to rely on these and alkaline batteries to lure customers into the store. You'll need the alkalines to operate the Comet.)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Will F. on November 5, 2009
This product is horrible. Besides the ineffective massaging due to weak vibration compared to other massagers. The worst thing about this massager is that pieces of it shatters easily due to poor quality plastic, and then when you try opening it up to solve that tingling noise of the shattered plastic, more plastic snaps and shatters and wires immediately de-solders (because they are only about 3 cms long and you need like 8 cm to open up the casing, soldering is bad too), then the whole thing is ruined. As I opened up the unit, I really see the Made In China slave labor quality effort that is put into this product and Homedics sells it for around $15. Definitely not worth it to buy and it's a waste of money. This massager is the same quality massager as the one's they sell at the discount stores. Just because it has the Homedics branding on it, they have to jack up the price 5 times... Don't fall for their greed.
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