Xiaomi Mini Neck Massager Released For 269 Yuan ($40)


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Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, has released its new Xiaomi Mini neck massager. Though this massager is designed for the neck, it can massage other parts of the body that has a similar curvature like the neck – e.g. the lap.

It is quite easy to get exhausted from sitting in a position for a long time or fiddling your phone in one spot. Neck and shoulder pain are very common as a result of this lifestyle. Thus the Xiaomi eco-chain company iHeath has launched a neck massager, which claims to relax the tight muscles in 15 minutes.

The new product is called Xiaomi MINI neck massager and it comes with a 269 Yuan ($40) price tag. This is a third-party product which is shipped by Tianjin Jiu’an Medical Electronics Co., Ltd. and it also provides after sale service. 

It has 4 spherical built-in massage contacts which engage the skin and rotates to give a perfect massage. The diameter of the massage sphere is 15mm. The contact with the skin and the thumb are light and flat to produce a consistent force shape. Just like the thumb kneading, the third gear is adjustable in rhythm, whether it is slowly relaxing or quick pain. It is compatible with two-way kneading, one-button adjustment, and other features.

The Xiaomi Mini massager is equipped with a pure copper motor with a speed of 5,800 times per minute. It has two built-in directions and can be switched at will. The natural angle of the massager is 120°, which fits perfectly with the curvature of the human neck. With its flexible design, the neck and other similar parts of the body can be massaged.

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This product is currently available on Xiaomi Youpin. This store only ships within China and the website is in Chinese. If you need this product, then keep a tab with us and we will bring you a deal when available on other popular websites.

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