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Decathlon Aptonia Electronic Vibration Massager

Background

Back in 2019 if I remembered correctly, I was walking around a Decathlon store after work where I happen to stumble across something that interest me. It was the Decathlon Aptonia Electronic Vibration Massager. 

As it is a handy massage tool and it is affordably priced, I decided to pick it up and purchase it to try it out.

The Stuff

The Decathlon Aptonia Electronic Vibration Massager is made of plastic material and is shaped like a mushroom head with three legs. It requires 3x AAA size batteries which are provided to operate.

Here are some pictures that I have taken to show how the stuff looks like:

The Decathlon Aptonia Electronic Vibration Massager
The Decathlon Aptonia Electronic Vibration Massager

How the top looks like
How the top looks like

Bottom of the massager
Bottom of the massager

Where the batteries are placed
Where the batteries are placed

Usage and Experience

I have been using the Decathlon Aptonia Electronic Vibration Massager for some time. So far I have yet to change the batteries that were provided. 

Using the Decathlon Aptonia Electronic Vibration Massager was easy. I just simply place it on the location where I want to massage and press and hold the top like a button and it will start vibrating.

I feel the vibration of the Decathlon Aptonia Electronic Vibration Massager soothes the location where I place it. It is good to use it while relaxing.

You can watch the video of this stuff below or on YouTube:


Final Thoughts

Overall, I feel that the Decathlon Aptonia Electronic Vibration Massager is useful stuff for relaxation. As of now, the current design is different from mine, which has a power button and USB charging. 

If you are interested, you can visit Decathlon website or click on the link below for Decathlon Singapore site:


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