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Heated Back Massager

By Expain

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Nordic design meets sweet relief in a heated back massager that looks like a modern living room pillow. Sit back and relax as eight rotating heads knead and loosen muscles, working out kinks and aches. The heads can change direction for a hard or soft massage, two speed settings and optional heat further customize each relaxing session. Cordless and rechargeable, this massager can also target your legs or upper back while laying down.

  • Materials: Cover fabric: 80% elastane and 20% cotton; Inside: PP plastic, rechargeable 12V LiPo battery, wires, PCB, electrical components, stainless steel parts, screws, silicone button panel
  • Care: Machine washable cover
  • Includes: One massage pillow, built-in rechargeable battery, charger with wall adapter, user manual
  • Instructions: See user manual for full directions
  • Eight massage heads have optional heating
  • Rechargeable battery allows for cordless operation
  • Full charge lasts up to 2.5 hours
  • Minimalist pillow design fits well with any decor
  • For ages 10+
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 16.5" x 4.3" x 13"
  • Weight: 5.3 lbs.

About Expain

All The Feels

Expain co-founders and brothers Thomas and Einar-Andre Jakobsen were inspired by their father Vidar’s work in a biomechanics lab to create an at-home, accessible solution to easing away muscle pain. Leaning on Vidar’s expertise (he is also a co-founder), the Jakobsens created a pillow-shaped back massager and a handheld neck and shoulder massager to help deliver relief.

The massagers do just that and in spades. We tried them out and really liked how they felt and how easy each one is to use. Both massagers are cordless and rechargeable and have soothing heat. We also appreciate the Nordic design that influenced the massagers’ looks. Streamlined with subdued colors, both look good enough to keep out in your living room—perhaps reminding you to treat muscles to a massage more often.