Strong vibration but only moderate heat
My MG70 just died after about 5 years of very regular use. I like the fact that it has a very strong vibration function, as I use it to do deep massaging of my legs after doing long or strenuous bike rides. The heat function is a bit average, but that doesn't bother me.
It's a bit of a shame it didn't last longer, but I just bought another one, as it's a good value proposition compared to others. Better still, I paid only $99 for it on sale at Harvey Norman. Bargain!
Purchased in at Harvey Norman for $99.
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how much does it cost
I got one pretty cheap at Harvey Norman for like $70 Or $80
Would this help for chronic Achilles tendonitis?
i am after hand held massager for my small dog who has has both knees reconstructed would like something suitable for her she was getting massaged by equissage machine but cant afford to keep paying for lady to come and do it is there anything you can recommend that ins't too expensive please?
I hope your little puppy dog is improving since you posted your thoughts on using this massager.
Ive been trying to think of an answer about it . My first thought would be to ask your Vet ...
There is another much cheaper model MG21 where the reviews claim that the masssage is too soft. This may be a better choice for you. Just noticed that your question was posted last year. Hope you got it sorted.
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