This really is not very good. It doesn’t get to your lower back / top of your backside and isn’t very relaxing. Definitely would give it a miss unless you actually try it out and it works for you
I have a similar model. I like it . My other half isn't keen. First tried one of these after a long day Xmas shopping. was a demo model in a dept store and you couldn't get be out of it! Basically they have 2 rollers, think balls of wood covered in material that move, up and down or rotate on the spot, it mimics shiatsu massage. It helps a bit with tense shoulders and especially lower back pain. It can feel a bit uncomfortable but you can use a towel to give yourself an extra layer of protection. Can't say it does much for the neck. Mine gets used sporadically and when I do, i winder why I haven't used it more! Hope that helps
I have a relative with chronic neck and back stiffness and pain. I’m not expecting miracles from this type of tech, but does anybody have any knowledge of this and how effective it is?
Ideal for a small office or bedroom (which is what I wanted it for). I know it uses HEPA type filtration rather than true HEPA but it seems to get pretty good reviews and seems ideal if you …
For me the only purifier that truly make a difference are the ones over £350 plus. Within a short space of time you can see most of the particles collected. Real stuff does cost along with expensive filter replacements.
What are you judging it on? Reason I ask is, if I went into an air purified room and it smelt different then I'd be taken in and think "Oh yeah, great this. Must be working" etc
I bought their previous gen about 2 years ago. Absolute rubbish all it did was make the room smell different like the inside of a plastic bag. This one may be different but I won't buy any of their stuff again
Does anyone have this, and is it worth it for a small room?
Little update. I am returning the item despite the good quality after a few days trying it it just wasn't hitting those deep tissues and when I rang customer service they confirmed the depth is only 4mm which is frankly quite pitiful compared to other reputable guns on the market that achieve at least double that. So my opinion is do not buy this expensive vibrator.
If anyone is on the fence I used to own one of those £30 massage guns from ebay and it started smelling of burned plastic so I threw it away cause I didn't want to take any chances. I received my HoMedics today and the difference in quality of the materials is night and day. You always get what you pay for...
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To help with muscle relaxation would you use one of these massagers daily?
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HoMedics Shiatsu Elite II Massager with Heat MCS-845H-GB £114.89 (Membership Required) @ Costco£114.89 Free P&P FreeCostco Deals
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I'd get the older one if you can find it. My folks wanted one after they tried mine (older version) but only this was available, which I bought but it doesn't go as far up your back due to the neck bits that stick out and it's no way near as good.
Avoid! these are pointless tat don't buy this expecting miracles you still have to clean off any physical debris and the uv with these is useless its not strong enough to clean anything save your money and buy cleaning wipes or monitor cleaning spray other stuff will do a better job
This one was literally £24.99 at the weekend, might be worth keeping an eye out if it drops again: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/265145010734 These are a pretty good price though but I have a different branded one already.
I got the £25 one on eBay when there was an offer on here. Nothing special, foam rollers are better
I bought the £25 one, and I personally didn’t like it. Tried it twice and it have me a backache both times. I prefer a simple foam roller and do active stretch. It was also a bit noisy with all the huffing and puffing. But each to their own, might perfectly suit others.
the Q one i think is this one https://www.homedics.co.uk/homedics-stretch-plus.html so £280 so this is a new model
Is it not? Fair enough... (lol) Well my offer still stands if anyone wants mine for £40... Looks very similar to me
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Homedics Neck Massager With Heat £19.99 @ Lidl£19.99LIDL Deals
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I got it for £25 as well and looked brand new. Probably returned without any use.
You missed it. They sold out. Had several 100 in stock.
Bought a refurbished one for £27 on eBay recently, and for that price it’s great value but at £99 it’s not cheap. It’s effectively a large pad you lie down on and there’s a few programmes (selectable with a wired remote), with 3 levels of intensity, which offer differing stretch exercises. Not bad, not great though.