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Electrical Muscle Stimulation Massager

Pro EMS in Style

Built-in High-Power Inductor

Powerful, Smooth, and Sting Free Massage

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Pain Relief
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Full Body
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Interchangeable Pads

5 Modes of ELEEELS M1



Integrates four modes (Soothing, Calming, Kneading, Shiatsu) for a full range of therapeutic and relaxation needs in one therapy



Soothes tightness, relieves pain, relieves muscle tone, and promotes circulation



Calms down, reduces stress, and eases anxiety



Simulates kneading of human hands to alleviate fatigue and relieves muscle stiffness



Imitates Japanese Shiatsu by pressing of acupoints to promote metabolism

  • Built-in high performance chip and high-power inductor to deliver bigger microcurrent, providing smooth and sting free massage experience.  The small device is comparable to professional EMS device used by physiotherapist.
  • With 3 interchangeable pads for full body massage
  • 5 massage modes and 10 power levels to fit a wide range of therapeutic and relaxation needs of different body parts
  • Compact and wireless device with rechargeable battery (up to 3 hours of usage per charge)
  • Magnetic buttons to make changes of pads easy
  • EMS pads with industry-leading Japanese gel
  • Frequency: 1 Hz - 167.7 Hz

Electrical muscle stimulation is effective in the prevention of disuse muscle atrophy in patients with consciousness disorder.*.

EMS was effective in reducing the tightness of the muscles with MTrPs (no matter how severe the initial pain), and was effective in reducing the pain intensity of MTrPs only for patients with mild to moderate pain.*

*Tomoya Hirose, Tadahiko Shiozaki, Kentaro Shimizu, Tomoyoshi Mouri, Kazuo Noguchi, Mitsuo Ohnishi, Takeshi Shimazu.  The effect of electrical muscle stimulation on the prevention of disuse muscle atrophy in patients with consciousness disturbance in the intensive care unit.  Journal of Critical Care, Volume 28, Issue 4, August 2013, Pages 536.e1-536.e7

* Hsueh, Tse-Chieh; Cheng, Pao-Tsai; Kuan, Ta-Shen; Hong, Chang-Zern.  The Immediate Effectiveness of Electrical Nerve Stimulation and Electrical Muscle Stimulation on Myofascial Trigger Points.  American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: November 1997 - Volume 76 - Issue 6 - p 471-476

  • Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) massage for muscle toning, training, building, rehabilitation, and recovery
  • Improves muscle stiffness, reduces joint pressure, promotes circulation, and relaxes the trigger points that cause muscle tension
  • Drug-free and non-invasive pain relief for shoulders, neck, arms, waist, knees, feet, and ankles
  • Effectively relieves shoulder and neck pain, adhesive capsulitis, back pain, myofascial pain, sciatica, and muscle strain which are common for people living in cities
  • Iconic V pad to cure phubbers’ frozen shoulder and tennis elbow by accurately penetrate into the root causes of pain to provide analgesia immediately
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M1 at a Glance

1) On / Off and Mode Toggle Button

2) +/- Control for 10 Power Levels

3) Battery Indicator / Massage Mode Indicator


Weight: 0.07 lbs. / 32 g

Charging Port: USB Type-C

Battery: 90 mAh Lithium-ion Battery (up to 3
hours of use per charge)

Massage Mode:
Integrated (Blue LED Light)
Soothing (Purple LED Light)
Calming (White LED Light)
Kneading (Yellow LED Light)
Shiatsu (Pink LED Light)

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