AV75 + Heat Acuvibe Massager
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3 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Doesn't provide an effective level of heat. Jan 09, 2009
I purchased the AV-75 because I believed the addition of heat to the massage would be a nice benefit. HOWEVER, the heat is barely noticable and essentially worthless. The massaging/vibrating works very well and is easy to use. I do not recommend purchasing this product. Buy one without heat and save a few dollars.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Works OK Mar 14, 2011
By Shawn T. Rutledge
We got ours at Sharper Image a few years ago. It still works like it did when it was new. It does take some time to warm up; better to start it a few minutes before you're going to use it. The heater is in the handle apparently; it seems to blow a little air through, like a hair dryer but not so forceful. So that would be the reason the blue ball on the end does not warm up right away, because it's heated by hot air rather than directly.
Bad Leg Pain Sep 19, 2014
By Charles T. Rados
I Have Bad Leg Cramps, That Hit Me Hard, During The Night, If I Move A Certain Way While Sleeping... I Take The Acuvibe And Set It To Heat And Vibe And Place It On My Calf And In A Few Minutes The Pain Goes Away... This Was Recommended To Me, By My Doctor..
0 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Great WHEN it's working! Apr 01, 2013
By K. Kresa
My first Acuvibe was purchased at Sharper Image and died within a month. They kindly sent a replacement and I have used that one for 2 yrs until it died too. I have fibromyalgia and this massager provides wonderful relief. I just wish it would have worked longer than 2 years.
0 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Unreliable - Power cord cuts out Apr 30, 2014
By Polly Cy
I have severe rheumatoid arthritis and liked a massager that was lightweight enough for my bad shoulders, wrists, and hands to handle, but which also could be used with or without heat. But I have now had two and neither has lasted more than 18 months. After the first one broke down, I was willing to assume it was a fluke, since for the price you expect reliability. But apparently whoever engineered this didn't count on users twisting it around to use it on the front and back of the body. Invariably, the twisting leads to the power cutting off and on, raising concerns about the device being a fire hazard. My guess is that the damage is at the place where the cord feeds into the body of the device, the very area where it should be reinforced. The "protective sleeve" there is a joke and split open within a couple months.
I would recommend this only for users who intend to use it fairly infrequently. Anyone wanting something they can use several times a week should keep looking.
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