Easy@Home Wireless TENS Massager Review

Easy@Home Wireless TENS Massager Review

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Takeaway: Eliminated back soreness/pain & sped recovery, no wires or batteries, wearable under clothing.

You’ll receive the TENS device in a case, a power adapter, 2 sticky gel pads, a microUSB charging cable, and an instruction manual. The TENS massager is has two areas on the back where the gel pads will be adhered; there is no additional setup except to charge the unit. The massager measures 6” across and 3” wide. It is very thin, though the control mechanism is about ½” thick. In the bottom right corner of the control box is the power port for charging. There are only 3 buttons on the unit, plus, power, and minus. There’s also an LED indicator light so you know it’s on or charging. The sides are made of silicone and flexible to mold to the shape of your body.

I used this massager on my lower back after a weekend of gardening had brought on some lower back soreness and stiffness. After several days of use on my lower back, the pain really did go away and I think the unit helped relieve some of the soreness and speed up my recovery time. Applying it by yourself is usually pretty easy, depending where you’re using it. When you press the power button it’ll start a 20 minute countdown timer. It always starts in the multiple-pattern mode on the lowest setting. There are a total of 5 massage modes and 15 intensities for each mode but usually level 4 was plenty for me. Each mode gives a slightly different pattern and sensation for dealing with whatever pain you have. When switching modes, it always starts at the lowest intensity, regardless of the intensity you were set to before changing modes.

I like that the unit doesn’t require any wires and is very low-profile. I can wear it under my shirt and go about my everyday activities pretty easily. The electrical stimulation contracts your muscles either gradually or very quickly depending on mode, but sometimes it'll cause spasms and discomfort, for example when I used it on my shoulder the pulses were pretty intense and shook my whole arm. The unit takes about an hour to charge and lasts several sessions before needing to be recharged. I’ve done up to 4 consecutively in different areas of my body without having the unit run out of batteries, but I haven’t tested the limit of how many uses you can do before it runs out of power. It doesn't feel as good as a massage from a real person, but I believe it was effective for my lower back pain and can alleviate discomfort when used for certain injuries and recovery.

Buy it at Amazon: Easy@Home Wireless TENS Massager [Affiliate Link]

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