After a long, hard day of work, there’s nothing better than a nice neck and back massage to help you wind down. Of course, who has the time or money to go to a spa all the time and get a professional massage? Check out the Zyllion ZMA13BK Shiatsu Pillow Massager with Heat, which gives you a massage that might just be better than any masseuse you’ve ever been to. It offers 3-dimensional deep kneading and it hits 4 different pressure points at the same time. It also works on your neck, shoulders, or even your back so that you can target whichever area or areas need the most attention. Trust me, it’ll be the best $40 you’ve spent in a long time.
Here’s what you need to know from the product page:
- RELIEVES SORE MUSCLES: Powerful 3-Dimension Deep-Kneading Shiatsu Massage Nodes relax overused and tight muscles (Automatically changes direction every minute); Advanced Heating function soothes aching muscles and can be turned on & off with ease
- VERSATILE: Ergonomic and compact pillow massager fits perfectly behind neck and body contours of lower- & upper-back, abdomen, calf, and thigh areas
- CONVENIENT STRAPS: Adjustable Multipurpose Handle Straps allow adjustment of pillow during massage, or can be used to secure the massager to your favorite chair
- SAFE TO USE: The ZMA13 Shiatsu massager is equipped with Overheat Protection Device & programmed with 20-minute Auto Shut-Off to ensure safety (UL approved power adaptor works with both 110-120V & 220-240V electrical outlet); Car adapter included
- RISK FREE: We offer an extended 90-day money back guarantee period in which you can return your massager for any reason. We will even pay for your return shipping. We also offer a 1 year warranty. If anything happens to your device within the 1 year warranty period, we will send you a tested replacement model at no cost to you. Check the reviews for proof. We offer responsive and helpful customer service support
Follow @BGRDeals on Twitter to keep up with the latest and greatest deals we find around the web.
BGR Deals content is independent of Editorial and Advertising, and BGR may receive a commission on purchases made through our posts.