Anlan Neck Massager Review

The Anlan Neck Massager is a massager by the company, Anlan. This was another one of the Christmas presents I got last year, which I was hoping to review quicker than now, but for various reasons between work and other coverage I’ve wanted to get out elsewhere, I haven’t been able to get it out until now, so apologies for the lateness of this review.

The Anlan neck massager comes with 5 massaging modes, 16 levels of intensity, 2 heating modes, and a 15 minute timer mode.

The massager is made out of ABS, it is about 154 x 149 x 37mm, and the weight is approximately 146g. It has the Rated Power of 1.85 Watts, and the battery power is 700 Milliamps.

And for those who care about economics with geography, it is made in China.

But when it comes to what I think of it (I tried using it at some point in February when I was hoping to get this out), I have to admit that I wasn’t overly impressed.

For those who don’t know, I’ve had a very bad pain in one side of my neck for years, which everyone has put down to being caused by how much I use my head as a hand. For a couple of years now, I’ve taken advantage of the Physio vest I was given to help get my secretions up – even though it has actually made my muscles feel better as well. Compared to that, this massager doesn’t feel like it helps my muscles as much, which will make more sense to everyone once you see the vlog version of this blog.

So overall, I would give the Anlan Neck Massager three stars, based on how it doesn’t give as strong of a massage in comparison to my physio vest. The heat level is also relaxing, for anyone who loves heat, and it’s also small enough that you should be able to take it everywhere. However, there isn’t anything else that would mean I could bring it up to five stars, especially giving how good the Libra Physio Vest is.

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Oral B CrossAction White 6000 Electric Toothbrush Review

The Oral B White 6000 Electric Toothbrush with SmartThings is a battery powered toothbrush with Oral-B 3D Technology Movement, with round toothbrush heads which oscillate, rotate and pulsate to break up 100% more plaque compared to a manual toothbrush.

The first of it’s kind, this toothbrush offers adults the best guidance as far as tooth care goes, when you connect it via Bluetooth to the app. You also have 5 professional cleaning modes, from: daily clean, pro clean, sensitive, gum control and whitening.

The box the Oral B toothbrush comes in is Dark Blue, and in it you get one white handle for your bathroom and a charger (I don’t use the handle as I keep all my toothbrush stuff and toiletries in my bedroom), a 2 pin UK plug, 4 Brush Heads _ being CrossAction, 3D white, Sensi, and FlossAction _ and a timer. You can use the timer on the App as your main timer, which is helpful for me as a disabled person, because I don’t end up missing out.

The app is also very accessible, with the timer being at the bottom. Everything else in it only requires a single tap.

The Oral-B SmartSeries 6000 Electric Toothbrush costs £229 normally on Amazon, but is reduced to £88 now with the Amazon Black Friday deals.

Overall, you can really tell the difference between the Oral-B toothbrush and a regular toothbrush, so if you can afford it, it’s a good toothbrush to get. The battery also lasts 2 weeks if charged fully, so I’d give it’s features and accessibility in the app four stars.