Jul 23, 2014

15 Best and Useful Massagers.

Collection of 'Best and Useful Massagers' from all over the world to relax you.

Massager Cushion: Just place this Massager Cushion behind you when you drive or sit for a long time, it relaxes you; and it comes with a built in heater.

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Neck Massager: This neck massager provides gentle pressure similar to Swedish massage using the action similar to kneading by the human hands. It can be plugged into AC or a car's DC power.

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Massager by Ballard: This massager bends over the shoulders and holds on to the body using stickypads and provides the much needed massage to the back.

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Cordless Massager: This cordless massager features two ergonomic handles, 5-speed motor and three distinct massage programs.

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Japanese Massager: This Head Kenzan is a scalp massager with a Japanese touch; its brush structure is inspired by "kenzan," a tool used in Japanese flower arranging to hold the flowers in place. It has 92 bristles and using the handles on either side you can massage your scalp.

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Osim uCrown 2 Soothing Head Massager with Music: Its portable and cordless; its inspired by age-old head and scalp massage that is enhanced with a combination of patented air pressure technology, vibrationmassage, magnetic field, gentle heat and soothing music.

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Traveler's Eye Massager: This portable cordless eye massager uses soothing, warm compression and gentle message. Best suited for road or airline travel; it folds in half to the size of a 12 oz. beverage can for easy storage in a bag or pocket. It provides up to two hours of use from a three-hour recharge.

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Barbershop Massager: This Barbershop Massager has to be worn on the back of the palm, and its powerful 15-watt motor rotates six ball bearings laterally and vertically transmitting the action through the hands. It provides a kneading action and intensity of which can be controlled by how much pressure the wearer applies.

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Neck Massager with Wireless Remote Control: This compact neck massager features four professionally crafted automatic and six manual programs for customized massages.

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iDream 3 Eye and Head Massager: It features intelligent air pressure, vibrationmassage, and hotcompress massaging technology. It comes with a wireless remote control and built-in MP3 player. You can download and listen to your favorite songs.

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Thai Technique Back Massager: This back massager provides action similar to the kneading by a masseur 's feet during a Thai massage. It features two 4"-long x 2"-wide massaging "feet" that travel up and down either side of the back.

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Shiatsu Heated Foot Massager: This foot massager combines Japanese Shiatsu with heat to relax your tired feet.

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App-Controlled Foot and Calf Massager: The Osim uSqueez App-Controlled Foot and Calf Massager provides you deep and powerful massage and you can even sync with your iPhone or iPad using Bluetooth wireless technology.

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iNeed Neck and Shoulder Pro Massager: The iNeed Neck and Shoulder Pro Massager gives a deep, heated shoulder, neck and back massage anytime you need; just select a pre-programmed setting and wrap it or use the handles to move the massager up and down your back for a good massage.

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iSee360 - Electronic Eye Massager: This electronic massager soothes pressure points around your forehead and eyes.

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