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Back and Neck Pulse Massager
The Shield Life Back and Neck Pulse Massager gives you a full-body, heated massage and transforms any seat or chair into a massage therapist's table. Large foam cushions house six automatic drums with three zones for a relaxing full
upper body or spot massage.
The Shield Life Back and Neck Massaging Seat Cover can help relieve stress, soothe aching muscles and revive you in the middle of a busy day. The pulse massager is compact and portable and can be used in any room of your home or office. This advanced massager has six powerful massaging motors that will relax your whole body or let you focus on a specific area such as your neck, upper back or lower back.
The Pulse Massager can deliver deep relaxation to your entire back or let you focus on trouble spots. Four pre-programmed pulse massage choices give you freedom to relax as the Pulse Massager works the areas of your body of your choice. The three levels of intensity allow you to choose the strength of your session. Or, let the Pulse Massager work its own program across your body, from your neck
down to your lumbar. If your legs are aching you, lay the Back and Neck Pulse Massager on the ground and place your legs across the pulse massagers to enjoy a lower body therapeutic session.
Featuring a versatile design, the Back and Neck Pulse Massager is more effective than a vibration massager and easier to use than a handheld percussion massager. Rest assured with Shield Life.
Back and Neck Pulse Massager Features:
- Four pre-programmed massage sessions
- Three variable intensities with easy-to-reach controls
- Standing almost 30 inches tall, it can accommodate users short or tall
- Two-toned anti-microbial polyester resists staining or discoloration
- Hand-crafted with the finest materials and most advanced components
- One Year Warranty
This product is not meant to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease.
Please consult your physician or health care provider prior to using any product.
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