Review Of Professional Electronic Pulse Acupuncture Massager by Aukewel

Electronic Pulse Acupuncture MassagerThis model is one of those models which we have never seen before, and the design of the Electronic Pulse Acupuncture Massager is so different from the other models that we are used to seeing. The device is big for starters. It is oddly shaped, looking almost like a video game controller with the 4 buttons on each side of it and the LCD screen in the middle. We actually looked at the various massage styles that this model has and it has certain modes which we have never even heard before. We are quite familiar with the ability of the emitted electrical signal to be similar to acupuncture but hammering and naprapathy are things which we have never heard of.

Product Specification

  • Most advanced electronic massager (not a medical device); Intermediate Frequency of 2500Hz; Dual Channel with adjustable strength
  • Six selectable programs:
  1. Hammering
  2. Acupuncture
  3. Naprapathy
  4. Cupping
  5. Scraping
  6. Massage
  • Three automatic modes specifically designed for Neck/Shoulder, Waist/Legs and Foot
  • Extra Large LCD screen to display operating status
  • Easy to read visualized body diagram and applicable positions
  • Adjustable timer: 5,10,15,20,25 and 30 minutes
  • Easy to use with illustrated user manual showing appropriate contact (acupuncture) points
  • Effectively relieves pain in shoulders, neck, back and limbs
  • FDA approved
  • Powered by battery for maximum mobililty

My Review

This strange type of electronic pulse acupuncture massager sold by a company named Aukewel has a design that is very original and unique, something which I have not seen before. From looking at the main device it does look very advanced with multiple buttons and ways to control the electrodes attached. The claim made by the seller is that it is supposed to be the most advanced electronic massager there is. It does use a dual channel of electrical stimulation which is much better than the other standard of just a single channel.

While the intermediate frequency is 2500 Hz, you can adjust the intensity of the pulses as well as the frequency . From the variations of frequency and intensity that the device can modulate, you get 6 main modes or programs that you can set for the type of massage that you are trying to get. The 6 types of massagers include…

  1. Hammering
  2. Acupuncture
  3. Naprapathy
  4. Cupping
  5. Scraping
  6. Massage

In addition, there are also 3 automatic modes which have specifically been made to work on either one of the three parts of the body. The body areas are the neck & shoulder, the waist % leg, and the foot. These automatic modes are used specifically for those areas of the body, accommodating for the area. The LCD screen is large and have a full body diagram with areas of the body that light up indicating which area of the body it is currently working on.

You also have the option of setting up the amount of time you want to use the device for, from 5 minutes to 30 minutes, in increments of 5 minutes each.

The device is FDA approved, and runs on batteries which makes the device portable. Included is an instruction manual on where to place the pads to hit the acupuncture points which are claimed by traditional chinese medicine to help relieve medical issues.

One of the good things about this product is that an extra set of electrode pads are provided, which is 4 extra, which makes the total number of pads you get in the beginning to be 8 total .

So what do other people think of this model of acupuncture massager?

There has been only one person who reviewed the device and they gave it a 4 out of 5 stars saying that they have been using the device to relieve pain in their pain, from muscle tensions and tightening. It seems to be rather effective at least in the short term. I would recommend this type of acupuncture massager.

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