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Amazon has the TENS Unit Electronic Pulse Massager for Pain Relief on sale for $19.99 when applying the 8.98 off coupon .
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I brought the exact same unit last time (I think it was $20 after some coupon code). I agree that they are all essentially the same in terms of features and power. However, 2 previous ones I had would limit the cycle to 15 minutes, and annoyingly, I would have to "restart" it. This one will go 60 minutes before shutting down. The battery stayed strong for close to 10 hours (I lost track... since I don't go anywhere near half that in 1 session).

I use it on sore muscles to increase circulation and speed up recovery, and to 'loosen" stiff my shoulder/neck muscles. I recommend only using 1 set of electrodes (1 side) for max power. For major muscle groups like shoulders, back, and legs, you need the power. For neck and forearm, having both electrodes is weaker, but powerful enough for smaller muscles like neck and forearm.

Note that this isn't magical. It triggers your muscle electrically... kinda like a intentional electrical shock. It is different from a physical massage. The effects are similar to doing exercise, with improved circulation. If you overdo it (leave the device on for hours), you risk overworking your muscle, not to mention burning your skin.

If the 15 minute time limit doesn't bother you, you can probably find the older AAA battery units for $15 on ebay/amazon...

Another tip - The sticky pads will lose their stickiness over time. It is a function of the oil on your skin. You can actually wash it gently with dish soap to get some of that stickiness back and extend the service life. Make sure it is dry before you start using it though :-)
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Tens units are quite helpful for strained muscles and sore backs however, they are almost always around the $20 price point
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Tens units are quite helpful for strained muscles and sore backs however, they are almost always around the $20 price point
My therapist charged me $110
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My therapist charged me $110
You overpaid, but that is typical if buying from therapist/doctor. Tens units are all pretty much the same, some are more portable and have rechargable batteries but they all do the same thing.
The things to look for are:
Portability
Rechargable battery
Snap on leads (not the wire connection type)
More modes the better (16 modes is pretty much standard)
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I brought the exact same unit last time (I think it was $20 after some coupon code). I agree that they are all essentially the same in terms of features and power. However, 2 previous ones I had would limit the cycle to 15 minutes, and annoyingly, I would have to "restart" it. This one will go 60 minutes before shutting down. The battery stayed strong for close to 10 hours (I lost track... since I don't go anywhere near half that in 1 session).

I use it on sore muscles to increase circulation and speed up recovery, and to 'loosen" stiff my shoulder/neck muscles. I recommend only using 1 set of electrodes (1 side) for max power. For major muscle groups like shoulders, back, and legs, you need the power. For neck and forearm, having both electrodes is weaker, but powerful enough for smaller muscles like neck and forearm.

Note that this isn't magical. It triggers your muscle electrically... kinda like a intentional electrical shock. It is different from a physical massage. The effects are similar to doing exercise, with improved circulation. If you overdo it (leave the device on for hours), you risk overworking your muscle, not to mention burning your skin.

If the 15 minute time limit doesn't bother you, you can probably find the older AAA battery units for $15 on ebay/amazon...

Another tip - The sticky pads will lose their stickiness over time. It is a function of the oil on your skin. You can actually wash it gently with dish soap to get some of that stickiness back and extend the service life. Make sure it is dry before you start using it though :-)
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In for one.
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how is this (or TENS devices in general) for loosening up muscles in the neck/shoulders?
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Bought this last time. Freakin' awesome.
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This is the 3rd time I've seen this pop up on slickdeals and I always chime in to say I'm happy with mine. Hope that helps others!
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Excellent product!
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I'd suggest getting a box of replacement electrodes to go along with it. I'm a fan of the larger squares : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Are these safe to use if you aren't trained?
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It's not a doorbuster price, but this is a solid deal if the product works. The company at least seems to be trying to keep customers happy (bad reviews get a response from the company). I'm getting one of these for a friend, going to try it out before recommending something more expensive if necessary. I'm sure the build quality of most cheap TENS units is a little bit cheap, but it's not a huge commitment at $20.
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Wow! Just used the clip coupon and coupon code. Came out to $11.40.

What a deal. Repped!
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