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good portable pain relief for the price
I thought it was a good choice of product for the sale price. I would not pay full price for it because of the features. You can get better quality and choice out there. The batteries do not last long, it should have been rechargeable and programs easier to change around with no 30 minute limit.PROS: it does help relieve tight muscles and I like that it gets powerful. I have not used it as muscle stim to gain muscles, but for pain in pelvic region and shoulders so far.If it was priced at $50 it would be fair for the quality. Make it rechargeable. The belt has not been useful so far for me.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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husband loves it
By RUFUS MOM
from Vernon BC
my husband loves it so we bought another one for his brother -helps alot -
Love the relief this machine gives you!.
By CA Birt
I love the relief I get from the AuraWaye Perfect T.E.N.S by Tony Little. I love program 5, at level 6 the best. I have suffered with back and shoulder pain for years and this gives me such a deep muscle massage and I just love the relief I get everytime I use it. It is the best purchase I have made in a while, so I had to give it a review.
Effective for pain relief
This unit is effective for pain relief. The unit is small so easy to wear with belt clip. The adhesive pads seem to hold up to the wear. I do also have a TENS machine I purchased from a medical supplier and this unit is the same quality. Give it a try for pain relief and relaxation.
fairly good product
By wife of gajit man
from Hamilton Ontario
Only had the chance to use it twice. It's a bit to get done but it does do the job it says it will. It might just be because I'm not totally familiar with it yet so I'm not giving up hope
I purchased the machine for my lower back. Not only has it helped with my back, but has relieved pain in a shoulder injury as well. I can wear it as I work and no one is the wiser. I like the variety of settings. The pads are sticky, but I find with regular use, they are becoming less so. I will be trying to buy repacement pads before I need them.
By Carrie, the whistleblower
from Vancouver, BC
I bought this item when it first aired. I have used TENS equipment before but the pads were always a bit difficult to place. The AuraWave is less complicated, easy to use, and very effective for sore muscles as well as for toning. I highly recommend this product. And the price I paid was excellent.
this one suprised me
from Calgary Alberta
I tried product as soon as i got it. I found it hurt on some speeds.Then i zapped myself because i touched the pad with my fingers before shutting off!Then i was scared to try anything else. I returned the next day.ThanksKB
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Not very impressed
I bought Tony's Aurawave machine to relieve the pain in my back, but I have found this device is very similar to Dr. Ho's machine, and the battery of the latter lasts much longer. I am not very impressed with Tony's Aurawave machine for so many reasons:Pro: It is good for relaxation and relieve some pain. I particularly like the butterfly for the fingers.Cons:-- The belt is just simply useless. It is too big for women of average size. It is very difficult to put it on with the pads as these kept curling up/twisting around while placing the belt on my back. Too frustrating for me.--The 3 AAA batteries do not last long. We will spend a lot of $$ to replace them!--There is no beep or sound to tell us the session ends to switch the machine off.--Each session does not go higher than 30 minutes--You have to switch the machine off every time to change to the next mode. So inconvenient.It may be great for those who have not used other device in the market!
Not very impressed. Remote control very cheaply made.Bought it mostly for the belt part.Thought the electrodes were built into the belt, so I wouldn't have to stick the patches directly on my skin.It was not. You still have to stick the electrode patches to the belt, then wrap the belt around your waist.What do you need the belt for then?All you have to do is stick the electrode patches directly to your back.If this would of been stated on your show, I wouldn't have purchased it.And if you want to be mobile, then put the remote in the case and clip it to your clothes.Plus the manual is useless, very vague info.Had to look at DVD to figure out how to work the belt.That info was very vague as well.I will keep it as my other portable tens machine needs new electrode pads & they have been discontinued.Withe the sale price of this device it would of cost the same price.