Milex Pain Relief Massager Review

Milex Pain Relief Massager ReviewProduct Specifications

  • Different automatic massage programs for you shoulder, waist, back, and arms
  • LCD screen shows function, time, indicating systems
  • Helps to improve blood circulation and decrease fatigue
  • Liquid crystal display
  • Three selectable massages based on the EMS theory

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My Review

The Milex Handheld Pain Relief Massager is another type of pulse massager that is being sold, and it seems that this handheld pain relief device may have been featured on TV, probably on an infomercial. The 6 main areas of the body it is supposed to work on are the…

  1. Back
  2. Waist
  3. Leg
  4. Arm
  5. Foot
  6. Arthrosis

It might be that this model of pulse massager is very new since there does not seem to be any reviews written about this yet on Amazon. It could also mean that the product has not sold well so there has not been enough people who have come up to review it. Whatever is the case, the only question we have as consumers is whether the device is effective in curing us from muscle tension, pain relieve and whether it is durable.

There seems to be at least 4 different automatic programs used for each different area of the body. There are specific types of programs that were pre-programmed for the arms, shoulders, waist, and back. This indicates that the original designers really were careful in getting the applications of the device specified very clearly. What what I can tell it seems that there is only 3 main massage types that is available by the device, which is a lot less than other models of pulse massagers.

The LCD screen seems to show 3 main things, which program is going on, the amount of time that the massage has been going on, and its function. What is interesting is that there is no claim made by this device that it would help relieve pain, only that it can decrease fatigue and improve circulation. As for the fatigue idea, it might not have much validity since we can’t quantify or measure the state of being ‘fatigued’ but we can see whether circulation has improved.

Personally I am not sure I would be willing to recommend this Pain Relief Massager sold by Milex but instead suggest the Prospera PL009 Pulse Massager which is actually $2 more in cost, which has been reviewed hundreds of times with multiple good reviews.

So what do other people’s say about the Milex massager?

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To see a video on youtube about the Milex Pain Relief Massager, go below.