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We happened upon this massager the first time in local stores and tried them because they are cute, not too big, handy, and easy to tote and travel with, for a quick massage. They are battery operated, and they deliver a decently strong massaging output, really the only drawback for these items, is that we found them to be battery guzzlers a bit, and so it was necessary for us to pack a pack of backup batteries when traveling. But, really, the strength of the massage that these little massagers give, is more than very adequate, and the three nodes really put forth a goodly massage for a tired shoulder or leg or whatever portion of one's anatomy needs a little massaging boost. We were very happy to later find them available through our favorite Amazon, and over the years have also gifted MANY of these mini massagers to friends who were also very happy with them. It is always reassuring when really cute useful items like this one become less available locally, that often we can locate them through Amazon and its marketplaces. Also, the battery compartment is very secure, but also very easy to open for battery replacement. And, the little material covered soft node feet of this item are very comfortable and really quite durable and last a very long time. So, yes, we were happy campers with this find. Blessings.
i don't really have a problem with this product per say; it does what it claims. it is small, cute/pretty, and packs a strong punch despite it's size and price. but it still wasn't good to me b/c i think the whole concept of these electronical massagers don't work; there's nothing like a real, human hand getting down on your back. when i used it i was shocked and dissapointed that it just felt like a very strong vibrator on my back. you just feel quivering in 3 spots of your skin, which if you comprehend is the nodes you see on the pic. that's another little problem; it doesn't cover much of your problem area. (i've gotten a bit used to it now, and didn't need to toss it aside b/c i discovered to tell the person massaging, to push it down; it feels more like a massage). i guess i thought it would feel like an actual massage; i really thought the balls would be rolling or something. but that's all it is; a strong vibrator. i really think it's probably for people who have the most minimal massage problem. not for someone like me who really needs my back to be grinded... so that's what i mean by that there is nothing wrong with this product, (i still reccommend it b/c i think there will be people who will like it and find it effective, and not agree with me), it is only the concept of man made "massagers". or maybe i just need to buy, an expensive one that will be more hardcore? but once again, for it's price and size, i was impressed. a nice, convenient thing was they included batteries. bottom line how i see it: you will get more than you paid for, but you will still not get much.
I had my hopes up for this massager with so many good reviews, but I found it to be weak. If you like vibrating massages, then this may be what you need. However, applying vibrations to my sore spots really didn't do much. It also felt annoying holding it in my hands because it would make my hands really tingly afterwards.
I bought a Homedics Shiatsu massaging cushion, which even though it is not for on-the-go use, is really effective.
I'd say save your money and pass on this little gadget.
I purchased a dozen of these to give as Christmas presents to coworkers at the office. What a big hit they were! They look futuristic and they're very powerful. I think they're the perfect stress reducer and a great value.