My Masseur Portable Back Massager - £12.99 delivered !! (Was £29.99!)
My Masseur Portable Back Massager - £12.99 delivered !!  (Was £29.99!)

My Masseur Portable Back Massager - £12.99 delivered !! (Was £29.99!)

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This My Masseur Portable Back Massager is now just £12.99 delivered @ Play.com !!


Soothes muscle fatigue * Easy to use handheld control * One size fits all

Massage intensity indicator * Massage position indicator * Massage mode indicator

Massage mode selector key * Intensity key selector * ON/OFF key * Heat on/ off key


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Massage it all away with My Masseur Massager. Contours to your car seat, your office chair and your back!

The Massage Vest is an easy portable way to relieve stress due to daily pressures. The Massage Vest has four powerful motors that provide soothing relief to your shoulders and back. Experience new comfort for your tired aching back and shoulders. The Massage vest has four different massage settings with heat sensors to accommodate any massage need. Experience the spa like relaxation right at home!

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Aching back, shoulders and neck will be a thing of the past with your personal masseur at your fingertips.

My Masseur can be set on individual massage modes or it can be set to alternate between the three massage modes simultaneously.

For additional relaxation the heat function can be used with any massage mode.

Couldn't''t help myself this is what you would look like if you wore it on the front and not the back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Aye, from the back it's gonna look just like 'the turtle's head is popping out'

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lol! Yeah .. i thought that too, dont think i'd walk around with it on but good too attach to your chair

This's better than a comedy programme!!!

Are these likly to be any good?

Thought about getting one of these for my dad as he has shoulder problems, but the reviews don't really give me much hope of it doing him much good. Seems more of a relaxing thing than having any therapeutic effect, still if you want something to chill you out I suppose it would do the job.

Any idea how it's powered, electricity obviously, but batteries or mains?

could you tell how to charge it?
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