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Looking to relax after a long work week? This new line of cat-inspired massage might be just what you need. This newly released collection by Atex features three items to keep you relaxed and your muscles tension-free. 

The massage cushion is a cordless device that’s shaped like a cat. Using two massage balls, it gently moves up and down your lower back and comes with a heating function. Additionally, when you press the on switch, the cushion makes a “meowing” sound. The material that makes up the cushion is made of an eco-fur fabric that supposedly mimics the same feeling as stroking a cat. It runs for two hours continuously and weighs less than two kilograms. 

For sore hands and fingers, the “hand tight” is a hand massager that’s shaped like a cat’s paw. It comes equipped with seven layers of airbags to wrap around each finger to help release any tension or soreness. Similar to the cat cushion, it also uses eco-fur fabric and emits a meow when you press the power button. 

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For a sore upper back, the company’s long-selling acupressure stick has been upgraded to feature a three-dimensional cat design on the handle and a cat’s paw to target pressure points. It stimulates hard-to-reach areas, relieving any tightness around the area.

Available online, prices start at ¥3,300. 

Source: Kakaku.com

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The massage cushion is a cordless device

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The caption picture seems to show a heavy black cord.

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The caption picture seems to show a heavy black cord.

That’s the hand massager, not the massage cushion.

https://www.atex-net.co.jp/products/lourdes/AX-HC140/

Using two massage balls

I read this a little differently at first. Glad I continued reading.

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Some posters seem to have more than a little time to

investigate triviality

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Some posters seem to have more than a little time to comment on trivialities, misjudge the amount of time required to check something trivial and, apparently, wear cushions on their hands.

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