About Vibra Massaging Compression Wrap
The Vibra Massaging Compression Wrap, found online at GetVibraWrap.com, is a new health product which promises to help people “relieve aches, pains, and muscle tension in just minutes.”
How Does It Work?
The website says that users can “simply wrap” the Vibra around any joint or muscle area to begin the process of relieving their aches and pains. Once the wrap has been attached and turned out, it will begin to vibrate, using up to 10,000 targeted micro vibrations per second.
Traditional compression wear relieves aches by tightly encompassing an area of your body, increasing the blood flow and circulation to the area, reducing swelling and ultimately relieving pain.
The Vibra Massaging Compression Wrap claims to combine the benefits of traditional compression wear with the known muscle pain relief benefits of massage therapy. The website says this combination of multiple pain relief therapies is perfect for people who have issues with arthritis, aging, or athletic injuries.
Currently the Vibra Massaging Compression Wrap is priced at a one-time fee of $19.95, plus the $7.95 cost of Shipping and Handling. Customers are also invited to get a second compression wrap for just another Shipping and Handling charge of $4.95.
This website does say that their products are backed by a 30 day money back guarantee, as long as customers include their complete name, address, daytime telephone number and email address inside the return package and return to the specific address supplied on their website.
Customers must note, however, that no Shipping and Handling charges will be refunded, and customers must pay to return these items, meaning that customers may result in paying more in Shipping and Handling fees than what they will receive for their refund.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by email at Info@VibraWrap.com or by submitting them directly to their website.
There are not many user or customer reviews for this product at this time, but there is a lot of available information both on the use of compression wear and on the use of massage therapy. First of all, medical grade compression wear has been shown to provide a list of health benefits to users when properly fitted and made to certain specifications.
Unfortunately, an affordable, As Seen On TV product which is designed as a “one size fits all” item is not going to meet medical standards for compression wear. Instead of being actual compression wear, it seems more accurate to describe this product as “compression inspired.”
The same issues exist with the claims of massage therapy. This is not actually a massage product; it is instead a vibration product. Vibrations have been shown to relieve some minor aches and pains, but certainly not to the extent of massage therapy.
The bottom line is that people who have very minor aches and pains which occur occasionally may be interested in this product, but it doesn’t seem well designed for people with serious or chronic aches, pains, or injuries.
Competitors and Alternatives?
At home massage products are not difficult to find at major online retailers, certain tech or home goods stores, and other places that sell health related products. Compression wear as well is becoming easier to find, with brands like Cep Compression, Zensah, Ankle Genie, Zip Sox, and many others.
If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your Vibra Massaging Compression Wrap reviews below.