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  • #141478
    Jess
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    Okay, I’m looking for recommendations for a wireless TENS unit, either with a remote or controlled by an app. I’ve looked at a few but none of them seem “breast friendly” (meaning they don’t look like they would fit on the breast correctly). Anyone use anything they are crazy about?

    #141491
    Effervescent1
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    I don’t find my wired unit to be a hassle. I can apply the electrodes under my bra and the control unit can clip to my waist or go in my cleavage in my bra, also. What’s not breast friendly about the wireless versions? As long as there are two or four electrodes it should work. You might have to purchase a different size pad than the ones provided with the unit. I personally like the 2”x2” squares. Watch out, it can be addictive 😂

    #141505
    Jess
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    • Michigan

    I’ve used a wired one several times over the years, but since I’m pretty active (softball/horses/farm work), the wires work their way out of my bra and I have to keep tucking it all back in. Also, I’m afraid the unit itself is going to get smashed in my pocket. The wireless ones I’ve looked at look like a “butterfly” for lack of a better term, and I’m struggling to see how they would attach appropriately with a nipple in the way.

    #141561
    Effervescent1
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    @wildangel Ahh ok. Yes, I’m not being that active with mine on. Now I see what you mean about the shape. I saw one on Amazon that had regular shaped pads; however, it was over $700. I hope you find something that works for you.

    #141635
    Deb or ah
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    • Colorado

    Do either of you recommend a brand/model wired tens unit? Thanks in advance, Deb

    #141640
    Effervescent1
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    This was the one recommended by my physical therapist. It’s been a great unit.

    TENS 7000 Digital TENS Unit with Accessories – TENS Unit Muscle Stimulator for Back Pain, General Pain Relief, Neck Pain, Muscle Pain https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NCRE4GO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_9Q8DZ7ZQYKBYM5TFSRKE?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

    #143298
    NoSpiltMilk
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    @Jenny

    If you opt to stay “wired”, taping the wires might do it.
    3M Durapore silk tape works well and is easy on delicate skin and textiles.


    @effervescent1

    Thanks for the tens recommendation.

    #145697
    TXnativelove
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    • USA
    • Texas

    I have the same one that @effervescent1 posted above and I really like it. And the price was right!

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