- Portable Heated Massage Cushion, feels like your own personal masseuse.
- Includes pulse, tapping, rolling, auto and kneading with 4 levels of intensity.
- Penetrating heat soothes away lumbar aches and pains.
- Straps to almost any chair including car seats and folds away.
- As seen on ITV’s: The Alan Titchmarsh Show.
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As seen on ITV’s: The Alan Titchmarsh Show, featuring the lovely Liz McClarnon (Atomic Kitten). Feeling stressed after a long day working or sorting out children? Indulge in a bit of massage therapy in the comfort of your home or office with this Lifemax Heated Back and Seat Massage cushion. All the tension and tight spots will be eased away at the touch of a button.
The Massage cushion will strap to almost any chair (even a car seat) and will knead any part of the back you instruct it to via the remote control. The invigorating massages are great at helping to de-stress your body and increase circulation giving you complete well being. Perfect for home and ideal for office, particularly when time is spent hunched over a monitor writing that report or reconciling a tricky spreadsheet.
You can even customise your massage settings by choosing to turn on or off various parts of the massager, upper back, lower back, hips and thighs. The five motors provide five massage modes with four levels of intensity – pulse, tapping, rolling, auto and kneading. Add the penetrating heat and it feels like the hands of your own personal masseuse kneading those stressed lumbar areas. The timer button allows you to choose between 15, 30 and 60 minute settings. Ah that’s better!
The massage cushion is mains operated and is supplied with a 12 volt car adapter. And because it’s portable, it folds away neatly. Comes with a 2 year manufacturer’s warranty.
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