Dr. Ho's Dr. Ho's Neck Comforter

$39.99

Dr. Ho's

Dr. Ho's Neck Comforter

Dr. Ho's Neck Comforter is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Description
DR-HO'S Neck Comforter provides gentle cervical traction for drug-free relief of neck pain and tension. DR-HO'S Neck Comforter is designed to reduce headaches, relieve muscle tension, help improve circulation, increase range of motion, and alleviate neck pain.   

Dosage: Place DR-HO’S Neck Comforter around your neck with the air pump on your left side and attach the adjustable hook and loop straps. Pump to your desired stretch.

Caution: Always use with adult supervision if under 18. Always read and follow the instructions

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Works great, breaks easily So it's hard to know how to rate these. I've been using them for ages, probably 10 years give or take. They work great. They help my neck pain so much that I honestly feel like I can't live without one, they help prevent my migraines, they help with an old whiplash injury that was never treated. But. They break so easily. I use it once or twice a week, on average. I am so careful. I don't over-inflate it. I'm gentle with the pump. And yet, I haven't had one yet that lasts more than maybe 6 months. The first one I ever had, I thought it was a fluke, when it got a leak. So I bought another. Same thing a few months later. And on and on and on. At 40 bucks a pop, this is so expensive for me. Minimum wage doesn't go far! My last one just broke last night, I came here to think about buying another, and thought I'd leave a review while I was at it. The one-star review isn't because they don't work, it's because of the constant breaking. I've bought....lets see...probably 2 a year for 10 years. That's 20 of them. Every one develops a leak that I can't fix. 20 in a row with leaks is not a co-incidence. And I don't even pump them up as much as I'd like to, as I'm afraid that the pressure that that creates would simply make a leak develop faster.
Date published: 2022-12-18
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