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Relax with a massage: Get this neck and shoulder massager for just $30

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Now’s a good time to have muscle pain. Wait, that came out wrong. What I mean to say is that these days, there are all sorts of devices available to help ease your muscle pain — from percussive massage guns to electrical nerve stimulation to traditional heat and kneading. If you could use some neck and shoulder relief, here’s a good deal: Right now, you can get the Naipo Neck and Shoulder Massager for $30 with discount code NAIPO425. That’s 33% off the regular price of $45.

The Naipo massager wraps around your neck and lays on your shoulders, like a personal neck cushion, and has a set of controls easily accessed on one of the shoulders. It features eight rotation nodes that can be programmed to deliver Shiatsu and deep tissue massages at three adjustable intensity levels; it also includes an integrated heater. All massage sessions run for 15 minutes and then the massager shuts off automatically for safety. It comes with both an AC adapter and a car adapter for power. 


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