RENPHO Eye Massager with Heat,Air Compression Bluetooth Music Rechargeable Eye Therapy Massager for Relieve Eye Strain Dark Circles Eye Bags Dry Eye Improve Sleep
- Powerful Heating Masssage, Relieve Eye Strain: Renpho eye massage adopts kneading, trigger point therapy, oscillating pressure and rhythmic percussion massagings for your choice. Built-in heating pads provide a comfortable temperature between 104 and 107 degrees Fahrenheit(40℃-42℃), better for relieving eye strain, eye puffiness, dry eyes, sinus pressure and headaches.
- Sleep Helper: Our eye therapy machine can effectively help your refreshed after long-day work. By massaging your Guanzhu/Sizhukong/temple/Chengqi/Jingming acupoint, you will be totally relaxed and enjoy a better sweet dream.
- 180° Adjustable & Portable Design: This eye massager can be folded into a smaller one and packed into provided case, so you can take it to office, airplane, travelling. Also the handbelt is adjustable, from teenagers to adults can find their size eaily.
- Bluetooth Customizable Music: Built-in speakers and prerecorded nature sounds enhances relaxation. You can even connect via Bluetooth to play your own playlists. Music reduces anxiety and the physical effects of stress while improving communication.Note: Bluetooth Name-Eye Massager.
- Ideal Christmas Gifts & 12 Months Worry-free - Every Renpho's massager uses a well-built package & a good unboxing experience. Renpho is well-known for the highest quality products.
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- Batteries : 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Product Dimensions : 20 x 14 x 11 cm; 710 Grams
- Date First Available : 22 August 2019
- Manufacturer : RENPHO
- ASIN : B07SM61FCT
- Item Model Number : RF-EM001
- Best Sellers Rank: 49 in Health, Household & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health, Household & Personal Care)
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Health and wellness for your eyes
Spending hours working on the laptop or phone can cause fatigue for your eyes and mind. Fortunately, there are things you can do to alleviate headaches and provide relaxation.
The RENPHO eye massager can help. This device can provide 4 different therapy methods: air pressure, vibration, heat compression, and music.
Effectively relieve eye pain, improve blood flow, improve sleep quality, reduce headaches, and alleviating chronic eye soreness.
The RENPHO eye massager is ergonomically designed for maximum comfort. It is ideal for many people: teenagers who excessively use their mobile phone or tablet causing eye fatigue or myopia, office workers who use their computer every day, elderly people who have dry eyes, and people who have stress or insomnia.
Rechargeable large capacity lithium battery and USB charging offer maximum portability. The input is 5V/1A, voltage is 5W. Please use your phone adapter, power bank, laptop USB interface to charge it. A single charge will take 2-3 hours. There are 5 modes, automatic mode, sleep mode, and beauty mode last 15 minutes, clear mode lasts 5 minutes, and vitality mode lasts 10 minutes.
The eye massager uses air pressure and 2 motors to help achieve acupressure-like results. Acupressure stimulates reflex zones which help improve circulation around the eye, minimizing headaches and alleviating chronic pain.
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The massager itself has some bladders inside with a pump that alternates the air pressure, and thus puts pressure into spots around your face. It also vibrates on one of the settings. There is music too, which I would prefer not to have...might be able to turn this off, but I didn’t spend long enough with it to bother finding out.
Unfortunately, this device gave me a headache and actually made me feel a little nauseous on my first try. I gave it a second attempt the next day, and tried to shift it around a bit to find a more comfortable spot, but it just didn’t feel at all good. I can see that the air bladders pushing against parts of you face might feel good - if they were in exactly the right spots. I think that maybe a one size fits all mask is probably a bit too clumsy of an approach to suit everybody though. Having the pressure on your temple or eyeball just feels plain terrible. Other spots don’t seem to feel much better. Your mileage may vary.
Happy to be able to get a refund though. I have a couple of other Renpho branded products, and quite like them. Sadly, this one missed the mark for me. So far, I see nothing out there that can top a hot moist towel for giving some eye relief, and maybe a finger massage for relaxing the face and scalp (mmmmmm)!
Two out of three from me, for what seems to be a nicely enough made product with, perhaps, misguided intentions!
Perhaps most excitedly, I see this product as being a relaxation benefit for some (not all) people on the autism spectrum / Asperger's. During meltdowns I find comfort in applying pressure in the eye region. I see this product being a benefit during a stressful situation / meltdown. The application of pressure and heat should distract from the cause of the meltdown, and an effective way to shut-out the outside world by completely blocking visual stimulus, and to refocus auditory and touch stimulus back to the massage unit, and away from whatever external stimulus triggered the meltdown.
The only negative is I have a large head circumference, so the head band feels very tight on me, and I guess the other thing the buttons on the side can be a little tricky to find when you are quite literally feeling for them in the dark it can be easy to press the wrong control, but this is just a case of getting used to things. Just another 3 or 4cm (an inch?) more adjustable on the headband for people with large heads would make this ideal.
Overall I am extremely impressed with the build quality. The unit is very sturdy, and comes with well-written instructions. I am extremely happy with this purchase.
Migraines I thought I’d give it a go.
And to be honest it’s quite a surprising piece of tech. The manual is a bit light on details but out of the box you simply put it on and turn it on and wow what a weird and pleasant feeling. The massage is both an eye (which sounds weird) but also temple massage. And very soothing. It’s a bit like a real massage in that it provides pressure and then release. The initial massage takes 5 minutes but there are longer ones. It also heats up but not all settings have the heat mode. I’m looking forward to trying a few more of the settings. But I genuinely am enjoying this new and interesting piece of tech.
I loved the gentle pressure it places on different parts of your eye and temple area. I particularly loved having my temples massaged. There are different settings, but I like the 'sleep' setting the most as it is so relaxing. You can also adjust the temperature, which means in summer you can turn the heat off and in winter warm up your eyes with the heat on. The only thing I didn't like at first was the mechanical sound the massager makes when it's increasing the pressure, but then I found the 'puff' sound of air pressure being released made me go into a deeper relaxation. After a few goes I got used to the mechanical sound and it didn't bother me. Also, don't wear eye makeup while using the massager. It's best to use with a clean face so you don't dirty the eye pads, but these look easy to clean anyway.
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I’d previously bought RENPHO scales which I’m very happy with (the accompanying app is great too) so I felt confident in the brand.
The high-quality packaging reminded me of opening an Apple product which for me was a great start. Very simple contents - the massager, USB charging cable, instructions and warranty card.
On picking up the massager, it looks and feels well made and, although it's not particularly light, it's very comfortable to wear.
Switching it on for the first time (it arrived fully charged), I didn’t know what to expect and the whir of the electric motor and gentle whoosh of the pressure being released were quite noticeable. However, they were more soothing than aggravating. The sound is reassuring and the ambient background music is relaxing. I haven’t yet tried pairing it with Bluetooth for my own music but that’s a nice touch I will be investigating later.
As for the massage action (the important bit), I was a little cautious initially. The thought of something mechanical on my eyes seemed a little unsettling. I needn’t have worried. Even on its highest and warmest setting, it was very comfortable and I relaxed in no time. As well as feeling the massage effect on my eyes, I’d feel it gripping and massaging my temples as the eye pads went through their action. The action feels strong and positive and the heat is comfortable and comparable to what I’d previously had from gel pads in a simple eye mask.
Using the controls is really straightforward, as they’re easily found and the clear voice prompts confirm your selections.
I’m only a few days in and undecided about which mode I prefer. It’s a bit of a learning curve as, apart from their titles, a briefest description and duration, there's no more detail. I’d like to know more as I definitely hear and feel different massage actions. That’s a small shame but doesn’t put me off and I’m sure I’ll find a favourite. It’s relaxing enough that I’ve already fallen asleep mid-session, only to be awakened by the end of session announcement.
So far it definitely gets a thumbs-up and I’ve been letting friends and family have a go with it too (making sure to clean it between users). They’ve all been positive too. Initially one said ‘how do you manage to keep your eyes open to get them massaged?’ Erm, you don’t! I thought that would have been obvious, but perhaps not!
Je le conseil aux personnes qui sont souvent sur écrans ( smartphone ou écran PC) et qui veulent préserver leurs yeux