- Advanced Features
Tech to the touch and adjustable comfort
New Tru Touch massage technology captures the true kneading hand motion of a masseuse to deliver comfort and relaxation for tense neck and shoulder muscles. Adjustable comfort flex handles and conforming comfort wrap really put you at ease.
Charge it up and enjoy the freedom
Leave the cord plugged into the wall and take your massager anywhere in the house, office, or even outside on the back porch or deck. A built-in rechargeable battery has 1 hour run time and takes just 3.5 hours to charge fully.
Customization for you
This easy to use massager is jam packed with customized settings. Three speeds allow you to enjoy a relaxing or a more intense massage based on your needs. The ability to reverse the direction of the massage motion allows for customized movement and soothing heat offers an extra experience for complete relaxation.
- New Tru Touch Massage Technology captures the true kneading hand motions of a masseuse to deliver comfort and relaxation for tense neck and shoulder muscles.
- Soothing heat enhances your massage experience
- 3 speeds allow you to enjoy a relaxing or a more intense massage
- Reverse feature changes the direction of the massage motion for added customization
- Comfort flex handles let you control the intensity of the massage
- Comfort wrap conforms around the neck, shoulders, and back
- Customer Reviews
"Thumbs up"™ Cordless 3D Kneading Massager with Soothing Heat is rated out of 5 by 6.Rated 1 out of 5 by Brian F from I wish I had not purchased this I bought this a Target, after my older model that was just a simple kneeler died after many years. I thought about just replacing the simple model but went with this model as an upgrade. It is practically impossible to turn off. It stops when you press the off button but then just resumes after you let go. I have to press the off button 50 to 70 times before it will finally turn off. Pulling the plug does not help at all because it has a battery. So after a I feel nice and relaxed ai am tense again afte the frustration of trying to turn it off. Another thing I do not like is the arms. They are too short and too floppy. The simpler version I had before I used to massage my whole back by just constantly repositioning it. With this model that is almost impossible because I have to constantly figure out where the arms are and then try to move it like a dead weight. I know that is an off label use but it was how I got the most worth out of the simpler model, which has stiff arms. I could live with the floppy arms but the impossible off button that does not turn off makes this a very frustrating product to use.Date published: 2019-01-29Rated 3 out of 5 by Harts from No charger I received this for a Christmas gift..I like it so far..but it did not come with a charger?? What do I do?Date published: 2019-01-08Rated 1 out of 5 by Mikk from Needs strap adjustment Received this foe Christmas and like the massage. However sure wish I could adjust straps and not have to hang onto it all the time trying to massage. That is reason for low gradeDate published: 2018-12-29Rated 4 out of 5 by chris71 from Really gets the knots out I tested this in the store the other day, having a lot of pain. I am a massage therapist and honestly it doesn't feel like hands of a mt at all. Anyone, that has had a good massage done, will know that so nothing will never replace a good massage. However, for me as a LMT I need something to work out my knots I develope from massaging and deep work at that, it did provide some deep work with me holding down the hand rest firmly, it did get to where I needed. Was a bit painful but it was worth it. I have to say its not easy to position it where you need it but I do like this better then the chair massage because you can adjust it to where you need it. Though my husband didn't like it much it did release some of the tension I had in my back from massaging earlier in the day. I think this will adjust over time with huge benefits, as everything does. Overall, I think its a good neck and shoulder massager , can be painful but that depends on how much tension you put on arm rests and where you position the massager. I hope I can get this for christmas this year, it helps me when I can't get for a massage, I can use this.Date published: 2018-12-02Rated 4 out of 5 by Gaye from good just bought this. The arm cuffs aaren't long enoughDate published: 2018-11-19Rated 4 out of 5 by kim md from It does feel more like real hands than knob styles Just got this yesterday, so can't comment on how long it lasts, but it feels pretty good. It does feel pretty close to a person's hands. I'd describe the feeling as more like a squeezing motion than the rotating knobs which dig into you (which are also good). It mostly grabs tissue on either side and squeezes it inwardly. Which actually feels pretty good - especially along the sides of the spine, between the shoulder blades, and the neck and shoulders. It's a different experience than the knob massagers and I find it hits less bony areas than the knob massagers do, so it feels pretty strong, but is less painful when it goes over bone. My only issue was I was using it upside down first, which didn't feel as strong (with the "thumb" at top). And due to that I found it hard to position properly on my back as well, and it kept falling off, so just make sure it's facing the right way. The thumb should be pointing down to get the best massage. The control panel should be on your left. Then it felt a lot better. But it is still a bit awkward to move to different positions and hold it there snuggly. If they could put this on a full back/neck cushion, where you can move the mechanism to different areas, it would probably be way easier to use. I'd buy that! (hint hint, homemedics!). But for now, I'm enjoying this one quite a bit. I'd recommend to anyone who likes a squeezing type of massage.Date published: 2018-11-19
- Q & A
Just purchased this massager. Does it have to be fully charged for 3.5hrs before you can use it or can it be left plugged in and used right away? Is it solely for cordless use only? How is that not included in the accompanying booklet or site info?The massager contains a lithium battery. You will want to fully charge the massager for approximately 3.5 hours, then allow the battery to deplete and then recharge the massager.Date published: 2019-05-02
What is the Best type (style ) of chair to use w your Perfect Touch Masseuse App-Controlled Massage Cushion with Heat? We love this unit...although the chairs we have do not allow full use. Thanks!We recommend using a firm office style chair for the massage cushions. There is also a folding chair available at bedbathandbeyond.com that is well suited for the massage cushions.Date published: 2019-04-12
Can be charged on 220 volt
How long does the charge last?