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Knee Heated Pad Electric Support Brace Pain Relief

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SALE_6747625062479
NZ$29.99
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Knee Heated Pad Electric Heat Therapy Wrap Support Brace Arthritis Pain Relief

Fast Heating - The carbon fiber heating wire is used for rapid heating. It provides comfort and heat treatment, which helps relieve knee arthritis pain and reduces knee discomfort. Shin, thighs and arms can also be used to relieve muscle soreness and cramps.
Three Temperature - One button control 3 mode temperature settings. You have complete control over the heating temperature and time. You can change other temperature settings after a short press of the button.
Multiple Occasions - It suitable for travel or indoor use. You can plug it into a wall outlet and work properly. It doesn’t built-in battery, so it can’t be charged.
Comfort and Safety - The strap is long enough to accommodate a knee of no more than 2 cm. When you sit down, stand or lie down, the cable allows you to enjoy endless heat treatment comfort. The heated knee pads are made of carbon fiber and neoprene, which is safer and softer than other heating materials.
Easy to Use - Heated knee brace can be directly washed. T-type hook magic paste is firm and will not scratch the clothes. Not easy to slide, and more convenient to use.
Specifications

Power Cable Length: 50cm
Color: Black
Voltage: 5V
Material: Diving Cloth
Name: Heated Knee Pad
Temperature: Three Mode Adjustable
Temperature Range: 45-65 Degrees Celsius
Size: 58 x 18 x 13.5cm
What is in the box

1 x Heating Knee Pad
1 x USB Power Cable

More Information
Product Name Knee Heated Pad Electric Support Brace Pain Relief
Weight 0.001000
Brand Salelink
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