Perfect Portability: Weighing in at just 20 grams / 0.7 oz, designed to slide effortlessly into a bag or pocket – for treatment anytime, anywhere.
Refresh & Relax: Micro pulses relieve stress and strain, ideal for revitalizing muscles and tackling persistent pain.
Tailored Treatment: 5 pre-set modes and 10 strength settings deliver pulse therapy that’s just right for you.
Durable Performance: 1.5h+ battery life and a robust self-adhesive pad ensure reliable long-term performance. What You Get: Mini Spot Massager, Self Adhesive Pad, USB Cable, Zip-Lock Bag, Owner’s Manual, 12 month controller warranty & fan favourite support.
It comes in both black and white, but still charges via Micro USB!
Why!!! Come on Anker, it’s time to move pass microUSB.
Overall, I would and could use this massager. I think it would be great for my tight IT band. I actually have a Tens unit but I think this would be much easier and more convenient to use. Is the pad reusable/replaceable? And how much are the self adhesive pads if it is replaceable? The price seems pretty reasonable too.
Is there really a need for a fast charge massager…if any of the tech of USB-C (outside of better connector) could be implemented for this design?
Sticking with micro USB this long is what’s overkill.
For a select few…it hasn’t stopped people buying has it? USB-C often means higher cost’s at present…once it’s fully widespread and perhaps more cost effective to Anker, they might start pushing it more…not overkill, a gameplan…
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it hasn’t stopped people buying has it?
[/quote]I suppose not for this product in particular. Audio lineup? Not so much, at least not for everyone, especially as the days continue to pass.
But that’s the wrong methodology. You shouldn’t avoid adding a feature on everything you make just because it isn’t a total deal breaker for some people. That’s an awful strategy. Instead, you should look at would people would strongly prefer and implement those requests. If we used the no deal breaker, no implementation strategy, technological advancement would be at a snail’s pace at best.
I’m not liking this gameplan so far. Not sure Anker is aware of the potential consequences.
I would totally consider getting this. Getting back into fitness lately, certain sides of my body or pivot points seem to get more sore than others, and this would be great to have and just stick it on the bad spot and relax without having to plug in a whole back massager and hope it hits the right spot, or convince the wife for a rub. lol
USB-C is only useful for high data transfer and high power.
The device obviously has no datatransfer.
Not all devices can be charged with high amp
So, what would be the advantage of USB-C charging with half an amp?