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Picture of ACUVIBE PERSONAL MASSAGER (MODEL 1260 ) The AcuVibe Personal Massager is designed for use by individuals muscle pain and stiffness. This full size cordless hand held massager focuses 100 percent of its oscillation energy in the massage head to eliminate pressure on the hands. To activate, press the button and wave the massager over the desired area of the body. The device is equipped with a two-speed quiet motor that runs up to 45 minutes on a single charge. The speed of vibration is 4300 or 5700 per second. The massager is also lightweight, ergonomic, and rechargeable. DIMENSIONS (LxW): 11.25 x 2 inches. Warranty: 1 year unlimited warranty.

Notes: AcuVibe is a registered trademark of AcuVibe. ** Shipping and handling charges are included in the manufacturer's purchase price of $54.95

Price: 54.95 to 49.95.

This product record was updated on September 13, 2011.

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13820 Stowe Dr.
Poway, California 92064
United States
Telephone: 928-234-2577.

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