Prospera Electronic Pulse Massager

Prospera Electronic Pulse MassagerDescription

This electronic pulse massager is a compact, portable, micro-computer controlled device. It can be used in many areas in your body, including arms, neck and shoulders, back, low back, legs, feet, joints etc. It may help to relieve pain and numbness in the following situations: Stiff neck; Muscle pains from over-exercise or stretch; Numbness from some chronic condition; Carpal-tunnel syndrome
With the Prosepra Electronic Pulse Massager PL009, you can soothe tired or sore muscles in the comfort of your own home. This portable, compact massager is a Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) therapy unit that uses mild electronic impulses to stimulate muscles and alleviate pain. Six automatic massage programs and three massage techniques with adjustable speed allow you to cu


  • Six Auto Modes (stimulation programs)
  • Three selectable massages
  • High frequency stimulation to relieve pain
  • LCD shows massage style, intensity and time remaining
  • Attachment pads included. Power: DC 6V (4 AAA batteries included)
  • Not for medical use. Intended for use in sports and/or aviation
  • Three selectable massages (Over the counter use.)

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Prosepra.

Brand: Prospera Corporation
UPC: 185277000226
List Price: $49.99.
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3 Responses to “Prospera Electronic Pulse Massager”

  1. David Sullivan says:

    My wife fell and broke 13 bones – happily all ones that do not require surgery; but she had a lot of pain and found the TENS at therapy helped. I ordered this and was surprised how well it worked for such a low price; but there were some issues.

    For one thing, there really isn’t a “1” setting on the dials – so the lowest setting can feel a little, well, shocking for someone who is not used to this kind of therapy. This is especially true when the pads lose some of their stickiness and concentrate the power onto a smaller spot.

    For another, the three available patterns (beat, knead, massage) each might be perfect for different things, but there is no way of telling without playing with them and seeing what works. My wife stuck with “massage” the whole time and ignored the other patterns.

    Still, a good deal for the money. I, too, would recommend getting the Tac Gel and some more pads – the replacement ones are larger than the ones that come with the…

  2. kyboy says:

    I used a Sonic unit in 2009 and 2010, went thru 2 of them. They operated on 110AC and cost over $100. See my review on amazon. This Prospera unit, at 1/3 the price suits me to a T. I get good battery life, replace them every 4-5 weeks and I use this almost every nite, running it thru at least a half dozen cycles per night.

    I will say, however, that the 1st set of batteries that I put in, one of them exploded (popped actually) shortly after starting use. I expected a mess in the battery compartment, but no gooey mess, just replaced that one, apparently bad, battery.

    I also am very satisfied with the life of the pads. I usually get 2-3 weeks of use for two pads. I lie on the pads and go to sleep with the unit on and sometimes I mangle the pad lead when rolling over in bed. I can sometimes straighten the wire (lead) and get a few more nights usage of the pad. I also find that after a weeks use (or so), I rinse the pads off with water and it seems to…

  3. Nathan Vergin says:

    Several years ago while actively seeing a chiropractor she would always start out the session by hooking me up to an electronic massage unit. This was my introduction to this type of machine and I found it to be very beneficial. Life intervened and going to the chiropractor was no longer convenient (distance). In the years since then I’ve toyed with the idea of picking up a consumer version of an electronic massage unit in the hopes that it would provide similar benefits to what I experienced with the professional unit she used but I just never pulled the trigger on doing so.

    That is until about two weeks ago when I had an especially bumpy cyclocross race which did a number on my lower back. It was sore for days afterwards and I decided enough was enough. I happened across this unit here on Amazon and given its low price and positive reviews I figured it was worth a chance. I’m very happy that I decided to give it a try because it works wonderfully! I have since used…

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