Say goodbye to hand pain with Handblip PRO
Have you experienced numbness, tingling, or weakness in your hands? Aches and pains in your fingers and wrists?
The Handblip PRO is your one stop solution for pain relief and better circulation.
This device features a 3-tiered air compression and two configurable temperatures to provide fast-acting relief for symptoms of Carpal Tunnel syndrome, Neuropathy, Rheumatoid Arthritis and cold hands.
You can’t put a price on your health – No more hand pain with the Handblip PRO 🙏
“This thing is AMAZING! It gives a deep massage and and really helps relieve stress and pain from my hands. This product wildly exceeded my expectations and It’s super easy to use “
Andrew W. 🇺🇸
Accupoint Treatment – The air bag is lined with several small acupressure beads to gently massage every inch of your hand and promote better micro-circulation.
6 Modes – Choose between 6 different modes with varying temperatures, kneading strength, and acupoint pressure.
Thermosensitive Heating – The device features dynamic, thermosensitive heating and 2 temperature levels to choose from.
Adjustable Strength – Whether you need a gentle massage or intensive recovery therapy, you’ll be able to choose just the right strength level.
Air Compression – By using a leveled air compression system, the Handblip PRO is able to provide fast-acting relief, mimicking the healing touch of a massage therapist
Material: ABS+cloth cover
Battery capacity: 1800/2200mAh
Rated power: 18WProduct weight: 750gProduct size: 210x178x104mm
Automatic time: 15 minutes
2 levels of heating, 3 massage levels
Sofia M –
Such a great product. It’s lightweight enough to carry around. It also is easy to use with simple set of instructions. My parents love this especially for hand/joint pain. It provides relief and massages well. I definitely recommend for those needing hand Massage
Linda Kolakoski –
Got this for my wife for her poor hands. She is always in pain due tok RA and over use. She took this in with her to one of her appointments with her hand ortho, and he liked it.