Thin freeze-solid ice packs reduce inflammation; high frequency vibration increases blood flow to accelerate healing.
|Size||2⅞” x 1⅞” x ⅞” 7.2cm x 4.8cm x 2.2cm||3¼” x 2⅛” x 1⅛” (8.4cm x 5.3cm x 2.9cm)||3¼” x 2⅛” x 1⅛” (8.4cm x 5.3cm x 2.9cm)||3¼” x 2⅛” x 1⅛” (8.4cm x 5.3cm x 2.9cm)|
|Settings||1 Settings (Continuous Vibration)||1 Settings (Continuous Vibration)||1 Settings (Continuous Vibration)||1 Settings (Continuous Vibration)|
|Power On/Off||Automatic Shut-Off (After 10 Minutes)||Manual Toggle Switch||Manual Toggle Switch||Manual Toggle Switch|
|Wearable Strap Design||20-inch Neoprene Compression Strap||28-inch Neoprene Compression Strap||48-inch Latex-Free Band and Neoprene Pocket||Hands-Free Easy Velcro Strap|
|Accessories Included||2 Two-Chamber Reusable Ice Packs||2 Four-Chamber Reusable Ice Packs||1 Two-Chamber Reusable Ice Packs, 1 Reusable Hot Pack||2 Single Chamber Reusable Ice Packs|
|Best For||Elbow / Wrist Pain||Knee / Ankle Pain||Back / Shoulder / Hip Pain||Plantar / Foot Pain|
|Also Great For||Post-surgical pain, Epicondylitis (golfer’s/tennis elbow), Gamer’s / bowler’s wrist, Carpal tunnel||Post-surgical pain, IT band syndrome, ACL pain, Meniscal injury, Patellofemoral pain, Larger muscle pain/injuries (hamstring, thigh, calf), Tension headaches, TMJ pain||Post-surgical pain, Neck pain, Lower back pain, Hip pain, Sacroiliac (SI) joint pain, Shoulder pain, Bicep tendinitis, Rotator cuff pain, Trapezius pain||Plantar fasciitis, Gout, Plantar wart pain, Bunion pain, Heel spur pain|
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From sports aches and injuries to throbbing overuse syndromes, VibraCool® gives users one-touch wearable power over pain. Developed from over a decade of pain relief research, VibraCool® uses a patented combination of freeze solid ice and kinetic vibration therapies to naturally activate your body’s active pain fighting response. FDA Cleared, VibraCool is clinically proven to relieve pain and remove the stress and anxiety that goes along with it.
Using the body’s own nervous system, the gate control theory invokes the concept that the final common pathway for sharp pain to the brain can be shut out by the nerves that transmit cold and vibration senses. Just as running a burn under cold water stops the sharp pain, or rubbing a bumped elbow stops the pain, simultaneously stimulating vibration and cold receptors can dull or eliminate pain.