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Does not get cold and does not get hot
on June 20, 2012
This was recommended on the Dr. Oz show which is the only reason I bought it and believed it would work. I have really bad inflammation from time to time, and I thought this would be a perfect substitute for the gel ice packs. I really thought this was going to get cold but it does not. It gets as cold as plastic can get in a normal setting. The temperature is not even as cold as the lowest temp in your refrigerator. I ran it for 10 minutes straight with no difference at all. Nor does it get hot, I can feel a temperature change but I would consider it a mild warm. Pretty much all that works is the vibrating part which is nice but that's not why I bought it, and after awhile awhile becomes too much. Look else where for this kind of product. I wish Dr. Scholl's had been honest with the labeling of product and just called it what it really is: which is a mini massage.