Hi everyone. I am Yasuko and it’s time for
Massage Monday. Recently, a massage device maker Naipo reached out to me to review their
Cordless Back Neck and Shoulder massager and I happily said yes. Let’s unbox this. Here is the adapter for
the wall. You can also charge in your car which is nice. Here’s the main unit. This
one is cordless and rechargeable which means you can enjoy it anywhere. You can use this with the adapter plugged
in but I’m going to charge it so I can use it anywhere, not just within the 70-inch code
range. The battery charging time depends on how much power is left in the unit after sitting
in the warehouse, etc. My unit was fully charged in about 3 hours. The blue light goes off
when it’s fully charged. Let’s use it as they suggest. First, neck
and shoulders. Put it around your shoulder with the buttons on the left side. There are
four buttons. The top one is the power. Press it for 3 seconds to turn it on in the cordless
mode. If it’s plugged in it starts right away. It’s very quiet so noise is not an
issue. The second one is the direction. The unit
changes direction every so often but you can change the direction manually as you wish.
Once you manually change the direction, it stays in that direction. The third button is the speed. There are three
speeds available. From the default setting, you can go faster or slower. I like the default
setting for my neck and shoulders. The fourth button is heat. By default, the
heater is on. When the red lights are on the heater is on. But if you don’t want the
heat, just turn it off. The device has these slings to put your arms
through. This is very useful to secure the device when there is no head support on the
chair. If there is a head and back support, no need to use the sling. These rollers are very powerful so it’s
perfect if you like Deep Tissue massage like I do. Part of the slings are these straps with Velcro
so you can enjoy the device not just location-free but also hands-free. Simply connect these
velcro straps in the back. It feels a bit bulky but maybe because I’m only 5’2”
and the way the rollers move, there is a lot of movement. You can also wear it like a belt
and massage your lower back hands-free. This means I can now give massage while I’m
getting massaged. But that would be so unprofessional so I wouldn’t do that to my client. Another
configuration is to do diagonally to massage the upper back and mid back. It works as long
as it’s not hitting the spine. Other than neck and back, you can massage
buttocks, quads, hamstrings, calves, upper arm, forearm, even tummy. I’ve been gaining
weight lately so I’m hoping this will help reduce the belly fat from the kneading and
heat but it’s probably a wishful thinking. I know. And feet while sitting. You can do legs both sides together or one
side at a time for more focused work and to hit the sides of the legs. When you are not
powering it up it works great as a static acupressure device I weighed myself with and without the device
and the weight differential was 3.6 lbs. I happened to go on a trip so I took it with
me. Because of its size and movement, I wouldn’t use it while driving but it’s a nice treat
for the passenger. Certain body parts are more sensitive than others. Whenever you feel
the strength is too much, you can cover it with a towel or wear thicker clothes to make
it less intense. Fully charged it’s supposed to last for
2 hours. The device automatically shuts off after 15 minutes. I would rest it between
the sessions to avoid overheating. It is not meant to be placed on the floor
to lie on. My friend tried it on her back while lying face down. There was not enough
pressure but if you strap it really tight it works much better. Since it’s portable, I asked them if I could
take this on an airplane. And here’s their reply: “I have asked, the massager can be used
on an airplane. The battery is 2100mA*3=6300, there is no
problem I think.” The “I think” at the end is questionable
but if my calculation is right, it’s only 6.3 Watts which is way below 100 Watts limitation
for the Lithium Ion Battery for the airplanes. So I plan to take this with me on an airplane
the next time I fly. One suggestion. Although it’s pretty self-explanatory,
please use bigger fonts in the User’s Guide or make it available online. It’s just way
too small for people with deteriorating eyesight which most likely are the audience who would
enjoy this massager besides young athletes. The retail price is $79.99 but they are offering
20% off using the code YasukoSV. For the very first time my name is part of a discount code
which is so cool. I tried it on Amazon and it works. Here’s 20% or $16 off. This code
is valid on Amazon and on their site until September 15, 2019. The links are in the description
so go check it out. Thank you NAIPO for the opportunity to try
your product and the discount offer for my audience. I was very impressed with the power
it gives and I love the portability and hands-free feature. And it becomes pretty compact too. Thanks for watching. I’ll see you back next
week. Make it a great week. Feel free to comment below and please don’t forget to subscribe.

9 thoughts on “NAIPO Shoulder Massager Review – Massage Monday #462”

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  2. I've got their hand held percussion massager and their chair massager, both brilliant and a great price on amazon. I've always liked the look of this because I feel this area doesn't quite get enough massage with any chair massager. Thanks for the review, I think this will be my next treat! Thanks Yasuko xxx

  3. I have one of these. They are amazing and work very well. I highly recommend it. Thank you for the tips to use it in different ways. Ive always used it for neck and back. It can be leave you sore if you press down through the straps and keep it that way too long.

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