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NEUROWAVE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES ReliefBand Voyager Motion Sickness Aid

Model # 15350374Mfg # RB-DL

$119.99

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Product Description

If you have ever felt sick to your stomach on a bumpy plane ride or a rocking boat, you know how miserable it can be.  Even after you are back on stable ground, the feeling can last for several hours or days. The ReliefBand® Voyager is a unique, patented, drug-free medical device cleared by the FDA for treatment of motion sickness.  

  • Works anywhere: The ReliefBand® Voyager for motion sickness is an FDA cleared drug-free treatment that helps relieve motion sickness so that you can travel with confidence on planes, boats, cars… or anywhere you want to go.

  • Stop letting motion sickness control your activities! The FDA cleared ReliefBand® Voyager relieves nausea and vomiting so you can go on boats, planes, cars, amusement park rides… and travel with confidence. Medications may help, but many times have side effects such as drowsiness, dry mouth or headaches, that can be just as unwelcomed as the symptoms being treated.

  • Drug free: The ReliefBand® Voyager provides relief for motion sickness without the use of medication by stimulating the median nerve located on the underside of the wrist, reducing nausea and vomiting associated with boat, air, and automobile travel.

  • Use prior to or after symptoms start: The ReliefBand® Voyager is a drug-free treatment that can be used prior to - or after the presence of motion sickness’ symptoms. It will not interfere with medications, nor cause drug-related side effects. The ReliefBand® was specifically designed to provide a comfortable level of stimulation enabling the device to be used for long-term, continuous use.

  • No drug-like side effects: The ReliefBand® has no drug like side effects such as drowsiness, dry mouth or headache

  • Continuously effective: Unlike pressure bands, where the body quickly adapts to the effect of static pressure, ReliefBand® Voyager’s cyclic electronic pulses provide continual effectiveness for as long as the user has the device turned on.


Travel With Confidence

In the past, sufferers of motion sickness have had to limit their favorite activities or stop them altogether. Medications may help, but usually have side effects which can be just as unwelcome as the symptoms being treated.  The ReliefBand® Voyager puts you in the driver’s seat with the ability to control symptoms without drugs-without delay.

The only drug-free, FDA-approved remedy for motion sickness, this wrist band device utilizes gentle user-controlled electrical stimulation to send messages to your brain that block the signals that cause nausea. Usage is easy—just strap it on the underside of your wrist and turn the dial to the setting that is most comfortable. Unlike drugs, which require boaters to premedicate before going aboard, Reliefband® Voyager can be used to quash nausea symptoms even after they begin. Users experience relief in minutes. Features include simple on/off push-button control and five stimulation levels. Water and shock resistant. Includes non-replaceable 3V batteries that operate for 130 hours at stimulation level three, conductive gel, nylon strap and carry case. Rated splash-resistant.

 

The ReliefBand® Voyager should only be used as directed on the wrist. The ReliefBand® Voyager should be kept out of reach of young children. Caution: This product contains natural rubber latex, which may cause allergic skin reactions. Duration of therapy is up to 60 uses based on 2 hours per day of use. Non-replaceable batteries.
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Neurowave Medical Technologies Reliefband Voyager Motion Sickness Aid
 
4.0

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

Works as good as staying on land

By Tahiti Sailor

from Boise ID

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Comfortable to wear
  • Long lasting battery
  • No side affects
  • works exceptionally well

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Morning Sicknes
    • Out On A Sail
    • Over Night On A Boat

    Comments about Neurowave Medical Technologies Reliefband Voyager Motion Sickness Aid:

    Finally, the Reliefband is back. It went missing a few years ago and I tried locating the product but to no avail. Now I can assure anyone who sails with me that they WILL NOT get seasick. Its best to leave it on the whole time you are on-board and just adjust it up or down as needed. It works similar to the pressure point wrist band but is more comfortable and much more effective.

    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Product that really works

    By EdmondsGal

    from Edmonds, WA

    Comments about Neurowave Medical Technologies Reliefband Voyager Motion Sickness Aid:

    I first used the relief band about 10 years ago for nausea due to a medical problem that lasted several weeks. A friend loaned me her relief band for the nausea and because I was going on a 12 day cruise across the Pacific. It was amazing how well it worked! When it was on my wrist I felt great, but when I took it off to shower, the nausea was back. I had the power jacked up to the highest setting by the time the cruise ended but it still gave me complete relief. I went to the doctor and did get the medical problem taken care of. I met a newlywed couple the 2nd day out on that cruise that told me the bride was having major problems with seasickness. I told them that I'd seen one of the relief bands in the ship's shop and recommended it highly. We saw them again the last day and they said I'd saved their honeymoon. I've seen and heard of other good results from friends of mine and never heard a bad comment about it.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Stops my motion sickness beautifully!!!

    By NYC Traveler

    from NYC

    Comments about Neurowave Medical Technologies Reliefband Voyager Motion Sickness Aid:

    I've used this product on boats, planes, in the car. It stops my motion sickness like nothing else I have ever used and doesn't make me drowsy like other things I have tried. I highly recommend it!

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Don't be seasick

    By Flyfisherman

    from Port Mansfield, Tx

    Pros

      Cons

      • Totally ineffective

      Best Uses

        Comments about Neurowave Medical Technologies Reliefband Voyager Motion Sickness Aid:

        I thought I was buying the best remedy for seasickness. Another person told me the night before I went fishing that she was sick also. I would remove this from your store. Use dramamine or bonine.

         
        4.0

        ComfortQuest Anti-seasick band works

        By Suzi the sometimes sailor

        from Ozawkie KS

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Able To Read In Comfort
        • Worked In Choppy Water
        • Worked On Diesel Smell
        • Worked On Rolling Seas

        Cons

        • Elastic Band Won't Last
        • Hard To Adjust Band

        Best Uses

        • Motoring On Gulf
        • Sailing On Gulf
        • Sailing On Icw

        Comments about Neurowave Medical Technologies Reliefband Voyager Motion Sickness Aid:

        Used it for sailing/motoring on Gulf out of Cape Coral FL and Burnt Store Marina. Motoring w/ diesel smells has always gotten me immediately seasick, but the band kept me from getting sick as long as I had some fresh air coming in also. Sailing on rolling seas or choppy seas didn't bother me at all. I was even able to read my Kindle while on the sailboat, something I've never been able to do before. Not sure the elastic band is going to hold up. Would have preferred a wristwatch buckle band instead. Wrist got sore the second day, and I couldn't easily switch to other wrist b/c band too difficult to work with.

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