Selenechen Electronic Heated Eye Massager Review

Selenechen Electronic Heated Eye Massager Review

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Takeaway: Firm pressure, lots of warmth, motor is loud so speakers could be louder.

You'll receive the eye massager, a micro USB charging cable, and an instruction manual. The eyemask is made using an ABS plastic shell, a soft microfiber eye cushion with embedded air bladder, and has a soft 1" wide elastic adjustable headband. The unit measures 8"W x 3"H. It weighs 9.5 oz and folds in half for storage. When folded, you'll have access to the microUSB charging port concealed in the middle joint and on a full charge it lasts for about a half dozen uses.

On the front of the right side is the control panel. There are two functions: heat and massaging. They can either be used together or separately and each setting has a high and low option for more heat and/or heavier pressure during the massage for a total of six modes. Pressing and holding the power button turns the unit on and it always starts up in low heat mode. To change between low and high, single click the power button. The blue icons indicate low and the red icons high. To change function, double click the power button to switch to massage mode and then into massage and heat mode. When using both heat and massage you cannot mix low massage with high heat nor high massage with low heat; its either both high or both low.

When operating I keep my eyes closed and just relax. The air bladder inflates in different areas and at different rates to simulate a variety of pressure patterns and movements. The heat gives a nice warming sensation like a hot compress though I found the high heat settings to be a bit too hot for me. The motor for the air pump however can be loud and distracting. However, there are integrated Bluetooth speakers right into the eyepiece on the outer edge near your ears. Bluetooth pairing was fast and easy and playback is controlled on your mobile device. The Bluetooth does not let you control the modes of the massager. Music played from the speakers won't be as loud or isolating as if you were wearing headphones but it does help to drown out some of the motor noise. The unit turns off automatically after 15 minutes of use.

While I didn't find that it helped me any with reducing the appearance of dark circles and puffiness under your eyes, the massager provided a refreshing and relaxing eye massage with heat compress that can help relieve stress, tension, or sinus pressure. I like that it's rechargeable and folds up compactly for storage. The only improvements I might suggest are that it come with a protective carrying case and removable eye pads or washable sleeves that could be changed for multiple users since the fabric could be tricky to clean if it gets soiled.

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