For some reason I am unable to upload pictures. I have saved them as jpegs but they still wont upload.
This review is being done again as the one I did yesterday has vanished from my PC even after I published the article. On to the review
I cannot give this machine a five star review as there are some isues that removed the one star. Even though this machine is labelled as a massager, it works as a TENS machine. The unit is very stylish, looks good and is lightweight so easy to carry around. The cables are plenty long enough to reach any area whilst carrying the machine in my pocket.
In use, the machine does exactly what it says it does. After placing the pads where I wanted them, I switched the machine on and immediately felt a mild tingling. This was on the lowest setting and as the effect wore off, I increased the strength by one more press of the button which resumes the tingling. The pads are nice and sticky and if handled properly, will last a long time however there are plenty of listings for spares on the internet.
The bits that caused me to remove the one star. Firstly, the manual-or what little there is of it! After putting such a product together the manufacturer then inserts a pull out sheet to describe how to do things. This is useless to me because it doesn't go into great detail on where to place the pads to get the best results. It also has little to no mention of the nasal probes. How does it work? Does it light up when in use? does it get warm? Are the two plastic covers on top of the probes. Are they supposed to be removed prior to insertion or not? None of this information is available in the laughingly called a manual.
One other thing. When using the sticky pads you need to use four pads at a time even if you only need two. I had all four pads attached to me but I have not tried just using two pads and let the other two pads dangle on the cable.
If the seller and manufacturer take all this on board, they could make one excellent piece of kit