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    Osim isqueeze

    Am thinking of investing in an Osim isqueeze for my parents who suffer from the occasional 'leg pain'. Can anyone share personal experience for this foot massager? Or other brands? Arigato Gozaimasu.

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    hv u tried it at the osim outlet?

    I kind of like it also because I hv bad water retention problem.

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    I have used I Squeeze for about a year. After awhile, you will probably be inmune to it and want a stronger massager. I tried a new massager called 'CHI' by Ogawa. It uses air pressure to massage the points. After trying that and a user of I Squeeze, I will recommend the latter. It cost about RM 2.8K. I found it expensive thus only tried it at the recent Ogawa roadshow and didn't buy it

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    I prefer actual massage by people. Those mechanical stuff most people buy and use it initially then they just leave it there as furniture

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgammon
    hv u tried it at the osim outlet?...
    Yes - It felt great after that. However, nothing like knowing the experience of a longer term user.

    Thanks, 9w2wil, for feedback. The CHI is way out of budget. For senior citizens, the isqueeze may already be massaging very strongly.

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    it's true also after awhile those health equipment will become furniture, good example is my u-zap.

    But I bought an Ogawa massage chair (the 3k plus one) for my parents, my dad use it daily without fail and once in awhile if I go to their place I use it too. that's provided you have a space in the house dedicated for the equipment, one thing that make me lazy to uzap is I hv to take it out, plug it, then keep it back, as I hv limited space in my house. I supposed if I have an isqueeze I would hv to keep it in the storeroom after use everytime.

    but for ladies, isqueeze is definitely useful after one whole day on heels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saml
    I prefer actual massage by people. Those mechanical stuff most people buy and use it initially then they just leave it there as furniture
    do you know the "no 67" at usj2? the chinese foot reflex and massage, nice. I go there for neck and head massage(migraine)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9w2wil
    I have used I Squeeze for about a year. After awhile, you will probably be immune to it and want a stronger massager.
    For those contemplating buying, you may want to consider the above comment seriously.

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