Innovative 4D multi-head Shiatsu Massager (3D kneading + hot compress) for double the effectiveness, melting away stiffness and soreness
with strong massage intensity
Kneading and Pressing Massage
eases neck and shoulder stiffness
4 Massage Heads simulating the massage techniques of human hands for deep tissue massage
2-Hour Battery Life
for portable massage
Massage Head made of Zinc Alloy
with chrome-plated surface for durable, corrosion-resistant, faster heat conduction, and longer service life
4 Massage Modes and 4 Heating Levels
for hands free massage on the neck, waist, calf, thigh, and shoulders
Unique Red Light Thermal Moxibustion
ready in 3-5 seconds for spa-like relaxation
Why do you need ELEEELS R7?
The best way to prevent the development of cervical spondylosis, especially as a result of prolonged computer and mobile phone use, is to keep the spine flexible and muscles strong. A good way of achieving this is to use the R7 to massage the neck and shoulders as a routine practice, even before feeling any actual discomfort.
Common causes of neck pain include poor posture, an awkward sleeping position, and muscle tension. In addition, text neck, the curse of the younger generations, is becoming increasingly common. This is a result of repeated stress and injury to the body caused by excessive texting and overuse of handheld electronic devices. Neck pain leads to additional build-up of pressure in the neck muscles, which can eventually pull the spine out of alignment, leading to more pain and strain on the neck and shoulder.
Psychological risk factors, such as long-term stress, lack of social support, anxiety, and depression are important risk factors for neck pain. In terms of the biological risks, neck pain might occur as a consequence of certain diseases, such as neuromusculoskeletal disorders or autoimmune diseases.*
Neck pain is a serious public health problem in the general population. Increasing population awareness about risk factors and preventive strategies for neck pain is warranted to reduce the future burden of this condition.**
*Somaye Kazeminasab, Seyed Aria Nejadghaderi, Parastoo Amiri, Hojjat Pourfathi, Mostafa Araj-Khodaei, Mark J. M. Sullman, Ali-Asghar Kolahi, Saeid Safiri (2022). Neck pain: global epidemiology, trends and risk factors. BMC Musculoskelet Disord. 2022; 23: 26.
** Saeid Safiri, Ali-Asghar Kolahi, Damian Hoy, Rachelle Buchbinder, Mohammad Ali Mansournia, Deepti Bettampadi, Ahad Ashrafi-Asgarabad, Amir Almasi-Hashiani, Emma Smith, Mahdi Sepidarkish, Marita Cross, Mostafa Qorbani, Maziar Moradi-Lakeh, Anthony D Woolf, Lyn March, Gary Collins, Manuela L Ferreira. Global, regional, and national burden of neck pain in the general population, 1990-2017: systematic analysis of the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017. BMJ 2020; 368
R7 -The Most Effective Neck Kneading Device
The movement of the massage heads creates a form of passive assisted stretching which does not require contact with target tissue. This can prove very useful in supporting the release and repair of soft tissue.
It features a new mechanism that creates a focused stretch of the cervical muscles resulting in the tissues separating out any adhesions.
Benefits include improvement to blood and lymph circulation, release of tension, and pain reduction.
Basically, contraction of the muscles brings two bones closer to each other. This is also known as the flexing of the muscles that results in the movement of the bones. However, this contraction of the muscle cannot place the two bones back into their original position, i.e., away from each other. Thus, another muscle group acts in the opposite direction to bring the bone back to its original position. This group of muscles is known as antagonistic muscles. Thus, one group of muscle, i.e., primer or the agonist muscle contracts, enabling the movement of the bone; the antagonistic muscles, then, act in opposite or complementary direction to take the bone back to its original position. Accordingly, to carry out any movement, the main muscle, or the agonist muscle, contracts and shorten in length.
* Baratta, R., Solomonow, M., Zhou, B. H., Letson, D., Chuinard, R., & D’Ambrosia, R. (1988). Muscular co-activation. The role of the antagonist musculature in maintaining knee stability. The American journal of sports medicine, 16(2), 113–122.
Function at a Glance
Red Light Thermal Moxibustion
Moxibustion helps to warm the meridians, improves blood circulation, dispels cold and dampness, and strengthens the immune system.
Moxibustion could help to relieve:
-Pain from arthritis, joint or muscle pain
Powerful Kneading and Pressing Massage
R7 simulates human hands for powerful kneading and pressing massage to ease neck and shoulder stiffness
Neck and Shoulder Massage
Bigger Massage Area
4 Massage Modes
4 Heating Levels
3 Intensity Levels
Portable Utilization for Use in Anytime, Anywhere
Enjoy a Joyful Relaxation
Prevents the development of cervical spondylosis, especially as a result of prolonged computer and mobile phone use, by massaging the neck and shoulder as a routine practice, even before feeling any actual discomfort
Effectively relaxes neck stiffness and soreness, relieves tension, and reduces headaches by means of Shiatsu massage
Improves relaxation, rapidly soothes strains and stiffness of the shoulders and neck with hot compress
Precisely targets sore points and trapezius muscle groups for better relaxation
Promotes blood circulation and relieves neck muscle pain