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RENPHO Eye Massager with Heat, Compression, Wireless Music Rechargeable Eye Therapy Massager for Relieve Eye Strain Dark Circles Eye Bags Dry Eye Improve Sleep(Black)

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About this item Powerful Heating Massage & Relieve Eye Strain - Renpho’s eye massage adopts kneading, trigger point therapy, oscillating pressure, and rhythmic percussion massaging. Built-in heating pads provide a comfortable temperature between 104 and 107 degrees Fahrenheit(40?-42?), better for relieving eye strain, eye puffiness, dry eyes, etc. Note 1: We do not recommend customers use Renpho's eye massager if you have undergone eye operation, retina condition, cataract, glaucoma etc. Accurately Correspond Acupoints - By massaging your CuanZhu/SiZhuKong/Temple/ChengQi/JingMing acupoint, you will be totally relaxed and enjoy a better sweet dream. Our eye therapy machine also can effectively help you refreshed after long-day work or study. Pls note that we have updated the location of the charging port (Middle). 180° Adjustable & Portable Design - Our electric eye massager can be folded into a smaller one, so you can take it to the office, airplane, traveling. In addition, the headband can be easily adjusted in size and suitable for all teenagers and adults. Note 2: If you feel too tight or too loose, please adjust your headband to find the right size. Wireless Customizable Music - Built-in speakers and prerecorded sound enhance relaxation. You can even connect via Wireless to play your own playlists. Music reduces anxiety and the physical effects of stress while improving communication. Wireless Name: Eye Massager. Ideal Valentines Day Gifts & 12 Months Worry-free - Every Renpho's massager uses a well-built package & a good unboxing experience. Renpho is well-known for the highest quality products and the Best customer service team.
Jamie K
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2020

Review:Your browser does not support HTML5 video. She loves it! I’m a tech nerd so, like a moth to a flame, if it’s got a blue blinking light on it.. I want it. So for her birthday I decided to steer away from the usual types of presents and get her something very unique. Saw these on Amazon and started reading about them. There’s a lot of them out there but I settled on this one because it had better reviews. When she opened it, I’m pretty sure her initial reaction was I wasted money on whatever the hell this thing was. She was clueless about it because she’s the anti tech one. The yin to my yang! I explained to her how to use it, charged it and when she got out of the shower I made her put it on. She had no idea I was recording her reactions, but Jamie is now the trophy husband because she loves it. So much that she took it to work, let them test it out and now they bought them too. You gotta really be into the whole woosaa zen thing like her I suppose to fully enjoy it because it’s not like it’s going to instantly make life suck less for you but she’s happy with it. After her shower she puts it on and relaxes with it. She’s happy, I’m happy :) Read more

JC
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2020

Review:Recently bought two different eye massagers, one for me and mom. Here is my comparison of the two models for those that are curious: NOISE LEVEL - Onecam is much louder. Renpho wins for sure. SOUND - Renpho has a nice soothing voice when changing the modes. Onecam has a voice of an Asian woman with an accent. The voice is sweet but sounds very low and muffled so I have a hard time hearing what she is saying when I change the modes. And Im Asian! BUTTONS - Renpho has tap touch modes. Very sensitive but you get used to it. For Onecam, if you have joint issues, forget about it. I have to press really hard to changes the modes/setting. Really dislike. FITTING - Onecam fits better while Renpho has a big gap in the middle where the gadget doesnt touch close to the face and the temple is squeezed a bit. But if you put it on the light air pressure mode for Renpho, I found that to be more comfortable on the temple. MUSIC - Renpho has a relaxing sound built in automatically while Onecam relies on bluetooth to be hooked up for the sound. Note: Renpho also has the bluetooth feature so you can choose any sound. HEAT - Onecam eye messager has 2 temperature settings and it gets much hotter than the Renpho model. Renpho has 3 temperature modes. POUCH - Only Onecam came with the pouch. MANUAL - Never got a manual for the Onecam model, however it came with a thick folded sheet with bunch of letter 'E's like you would see at an eye doctor's office. So what am I supposed to do with this???? Basically I had to figure out from the product site on Amazon. Im still not 100% what the M and C buttons are really supposed to do, other than what I think they are for. I got one for Renpho. PRICE - Same $59 BATTERY LIFE - Same but the Onecam model gives you an LED visual of the remaining life. Renpho doesnt have any visual. You just have to know that after about 6-7 uses, you will need to recharge. Overall, my mom decided to use the Renpho model and Im stuck with Onecam eye messager. I would've thought she'd want to use Onecam since it fits better on the face and the heat is hotter on the eyes. Shocking....she said Onecam is too loud. Read more

Eli
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2019

Review:Amazing product! I got this for my migraines because I use a hot rice pad and thought this may be better. Man was I right! The massage and heat helped relieve my migraine. My husband loves it as well and said he never knew he needed an eye massager until he used it! Read more

George Watson
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2019

Review:I suffer from chronic dry eyes and puffy eyes. So I gave this product a shot. I found it to be a bit heavy in a upright seated position, however, reclining or lying on a bed it is not heavy at all. My first use was a bit surprising. The device does exactly what is described, massage, heat, vibrate, and music. The eye massage applied a lot of pressure to my eyes and at first it was a bit uncomfortable after a couple of uses it was a non factor. The heat was nice and it feels good. The built in music leaves a bit to be desired and definitely is not my taste in music, HOWEVER... the Bluetooth feature allows you to connect to your phone and you can play whatever suits you. I like that feature a lot. I use this device daily now and whether or not it relieves my dry and puffy eyes is not important to me any longer. It leaves my eyes feeling good and... I frequent fall asleep while using the device. There are multiple built in settings lasting various lengths of time, and combinations of the features. Over all, I think it is a good product and have recommended to a friend of mine because it makes my eyes feel good and I think it could make their eyes feel better. Read more

jettlash1000
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 24, 2019

Review:Overall, these do exactly what they say they’ll do. They massage your face, eyes and temples. The heating function is awesome, and works quickly. I’m surprised how fast it warms up. There are multiple modes based on what your preference is. I think the ability to pair this with your phone via Bluetooth is what sets this apart from other models. I can actually play my own music through them. Battery life is more than adequate given everything these do. The power button acts as the on/off, as well as the button that switches between modes, so you’ll want to have the manual handy until you learn the modes. All in all, these work well and do relax me. The true test will be to try them when I have a bad headache. I’m hoping to not have to take aspirin for headaches anymore. Read more

Arsalan Alizadeh
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on July 1, 2020

Review:First, these eye massagers are designed to massage the orbital rim not the eye itself. Don’t be surprised if they don’t message your eyeballs. Cons: The nose piece might annoy the nose. It might press too hard on temporal areas but not touches enough where it must touch. No way you can know how much charge remaining. Low volume for MP3. Pros: Ability to adjust temperature and pressure. Ability to turn off pressure and just use as heat pad for those who have dry eye. Update: Overall: I ordered Osito and Breo as well as I wasn’t happy with Renpho first. After seeing their performance being worse, I cancelled my return and decided to stick to Renpho. I think considering the price and options, Renpho is the best cost-effective choice on Amazon. Read more

Rafik
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Date:Reviewed in France on May 1, 2020

Review:Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Je viens d'utiliser le masseur occulaire, j'ai été agréable surpris par ce masseur. En effet il agit comme un tensiomètre car la poche grise situé à l'intérieur se gonfle et elle compresse en alternance les tempes et les paupières. C'est un massage compressif avec une sensation de chaleur. C'est agréable et reposant pour les yeux. En effet je porte des lentilles et mes yeux fatigués en fin de journée ça je travail sur écran d'ordinateur et je suis aussi très souvent sur mon téléphone. Jai utilisé le masseur tous les soir depuis que je l'ai reçu. JE SUIS TRÈS SATISFAIT ! Je le conseil aux personnes qui sont souvent sur écrans ( smartphone ou écran PC) et qui veulent préserver leurs yeux Read more

Alan Robertson
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 20, 2020

Review:This heated massager interested me because I’d recently been recommended two activities to help with newly diagnosed blepharitis. These were to use a heated eye mask and also to perform regular massages to my eyelids. This appeared to tick both boxes and I was keen to give it a go. I’d previously bought RENPHO scales which I’m very happy with (the accompanying app is great too) so I felt confident in the brand. The high-quality packaging reminded me of opening an Apple product which for me was a great start. Very simple contents - the massager, USB charging cable, instructions and warranty card. On picking up the massager, it looks and feels well made and, although it's not particularly light, it's very comfortable to wear. Switching it on for the first time (it arrived fully charged), I didn’t know what to expect and the whir of the electric motor and gentle whoosh of the pressure being released were quite noticeable. However, they were more soothing than aggravating. The sound is reassuring and the ambient background music is relaxing. I haven’t yet tried pairing it with Bluetooth for my own music but that’s a nice touch I will be investigating later. As for the massage action (the important bit), I was a little cautious initially. The thought of something mechanical on my eyes seemed a little unsettling. I needn’t have worried. Even on its highest and warmest setting, it was very comfortable and I relaxed in no time. As well as feeling the massage effect on my eyes, I’d feel it gripping and massaging my temples as the eye pads went through their action. The action feels strong and positive and the heat is comfortable and comparable to what I’d previously had from gel pads in a simple eye mask. Using the controls is really straightforward, as they’re easily found and the clear voice prompts confirm your selections. I’m only a few days in and undecided about which mode I prefer. It’s a bit of a learning curve as, apart from their titles, a briefest description and duration, there's no more detail. I’d like to know more as I definitely hear and feel different massage actions. That’s a small shame but doesn’t put me off and I’m sure I’ll find a favourite. It’s relaxing enough that I’ve already fallen asleep mid-session, only to be awakened by the end of session announcement. So far it definitely gets a thumbs-up and I’ve been letting friends and family have a go with it too (making sure to clean it between users). They’ve all been positive too. Initially one said ‘how do you manage to keep your eyes open to get them massaged?’ Erm, you don’t! I thought that would have been obvious, but perhaps not! Read more

Steven Paetkau
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on April 18, 2020

Review:I bought the eye massager a few weeks ago and wanted to use it for a while before leaving a review. I’ve used the massager almost everyday, it has held up well and is very relaxing. At first, the pressure on your eyes is hard to get used to, and can cause some tension, but once you’ve used twice or so you’re on to blissful relaxation! There is also some noise from the airbags/mechanisms inside the massager, but I’m not sure how they could get away from that. All in all I would really recommend this to a friend, and am looking forward to falling asleep with it on my face tonight! Read more

Amazon Customer
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on January 23, 2020

Review:It’s a great product! Not only massages my eyes but also changed my routine of putting down the cell phone as the last thing of the day to putting on the massager as the last thing of the day - greatly improved my sleeping- will definitely buy or more pair for my husband. Read more