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Picture of JACKNOBBER II (MODEL NC92201) The Jacknobber II, model NC92201, is a massager designed for use by individuals with muscle stiffness or pain or who require tactile stimulation. This hand-held massager features two small knobs and two large knobs. Each knob is designed to glide easily over a person's neck, back, feet, arms, and legs. It can also be placed on the floor or against a wall to vary massaging exercises.

Notes: Jacknobber is a registered trademark.

Price: 11.95.

This product record was updated on September 9, 2010.

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North Coast Medical, Inc.

8100 Camino Arroyo
Gilroy, California 95020
United States
Telephone: 800-821-9319 or 408-776-5000.
Fax: 877-213-9300.

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Distributor(s):, Inc.

4015 Avenida de la Plata
Unit 401
Oceanside, California 92056
United States
Telephone: 877-931-9693 or 760-450-0671.
Fax: 760-450-0675.

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