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Works for back, not good for neck or feet
on March 14, 2015
I was hoping to use this on my neck and feet, and I nearly decided to return it after two weeks. The main problem is the static width, which is too wide to massage the base of my skull at just the right place. I am a woman, on the small side. Also, the fabric and the metal components are pretty rough on the bare skin; I have to put a folded fleece throw on top. It doesn't work too well for my feet, because all it does is to scrunch the sides of the foot very hard (it hurts). It does not massage the bottom of the foot, which is what I need. BUT, I found that this works pretty well on my back. I don't know how you would use this on a chair (their booklet and video advertise) because it's heavy, but I use it on my bed, leaned against a firm pillow, which is diagonally leaning against my headboard. I have to move around to massage the different parts of the back, but I will take 20-min of relaxation before bed this way for free any day! I will still need to visit massage therapists, but I don't think these are designed to replace humans altogether.