REVIEW: Rechargeable Wireless Mouse – BLUETOOTH & 2.4ghz for MAC / PC

REVIEW: Rechargeable Wireless Mouse ( https://amzn.to/3nYQkqc ) with Dual Mode Bluetooth & 2.4ghz for MAC / PC – I wanted a small low profile rechargeable BLUETOOTH wireless mouse that uses Bluetooth and 2.4 Ghz wireless. I can use it with my Mac, ipad, PC, and Android devices on the go. This mouse does not need a USB dongle to work with computers with Bluetooth.

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It does have a 2.4 ghz USB dongle incase you dont have bluetooth available. It also has a USB C adapter for those who are on USB C laptops.

Compared with my I got a FLAGPOWER Gaming Keyboard & Mouse Combo ( https://amzn.to/3mSwZGo ) and REDRAGON S101 Gaming Keyboard & Mouse Combo ( https://amzn.to/2Q1c9cb ) the Rechargeable mouse is only slightly lower in profile. Its wireless so not cables or USB ports needed. Its rechargeable so i can plug it into my USB port to charge the battery . No more AA batteries. Unlike my gaming mouse there are no customizable keys.

The mouse has scroll wheel button and a button to change DPI resolution. The color is dependent on the either Bluetooth mode or 2.4 Ghz mode. .

Overall this is worth while if you need a bluetooth wireless mouse for your Mac iOS , PC, or Android tablet, which does not have a USB port. Or if you wanted a wireless rechargeable mouse for travel. Its a very good value.

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REVIEW: Costco HOMEDICS Air Compression BACK STRETCHING MAT – $149

I picked up this Homedics Air Compression Back Stretching Mat (https://amzn.to/3tmsRka ) at Costco for $149.

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I wanted to decompress the pressure on my back after a long work day. I normally do a brisk fitness workout after work to stretch. Usually sleeping would decompress some pressure, however it was not enough. I was thinking of getting an inversion table ( https://amzn.to/30OdswI ) to hang from but didn’t have the space to store it, nor did I like hanging upside down.

Here is my quick review after using this for over 7 days every night.

Pros:

  • Convienent and easy to use, just plug in, lie down and use.
  • Space saving folds in half to store. Light weight.
  • 3 levels of intensity
  • 4 programs, each last about 15 minutes
  • I feel more relaxed after using it.

Cons:

The instruction manual is pretty worthless on how to use other than telling you to plug it in and not use more than 15 minutes at a time.

If you are short (under 5 feet), you need to experiment on where you position your overall body.

The decompressor only has 4 programs, which is simple and pretty much all I need, however it is very repetitive. Of the 4 programs, only 2 was effective for me.

It would have been good if there were heat elements to pre-heat and relax my muscles prior to the decompression motions.

Tips on how to use:

  • I either do a brief 10 minute stretching and aerobic workout or a hot shower to relax the muscles prior to using the decompressor. There are no heat elements on the decompressor.
  • I started with the lowest in the beginning and worked up to the higher levels over several days. I do only 15 minutes a day. Over a week of use and getting my body used to it, I extended it to 2 program sessions to relax.
  • I had to experiment on which position works the best in low intensity mode.

Is it Worth it?

Overall it doesn’t replace a trip to the Chiropractor or skilled massage therapist, but its works for me to relieve a tired back, especially when I can use it every day if I wanted to. It brings good value and definitely worth it for me.

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REVIEW: Sunbeam RENUE XL – Neck, Shoulder, and Back Heating Pad

This is a quick unboxing and review of my Sunbeam RENUE XL heating pad ( https://amzn.to/3klec5C ) I wanted to get a heating pad for my neck, shoulders, and back while i work at home and for places that dont allow space heaters. I also wanted to get This is better than a space heater as it uses less energy and keeps to warmth on you rather than just heating the air around you.

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Taking out of the box, its easy to setup and has multiple heat settings as well as an auto off feature. It comes with weighted so it sits nicey on my shoulders. The heat is very warm and keeps my neck, shoulders, back, and chest muscle warm and relaxed. Its machine washable. It has a magnet to keep the two edges together.

I live in a 1920s southern california house… theres really not much insulation or central heating. It gets to about 60 degrees at night. The only heat i can get is a wall furnace or a space heater both quite ineffective and inefficient. I figured using a heating pad was better energy use than either items. It also helps my shoulders after a long day and during typing on my computer.

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