OSIM brings you the latest in head massaging technology, the OSIM uCrown 2. It’s gray and it’s ready to massage your pains away.
It’s kind of hard to decide what to make of this product. Was there ever a uCrown1? The greyish plastic reminds me of the color of a NES.
One thing is for sure: anyone visiting Asia will be surprised to get a full back and head massage when visiting a hairdresser to get a haircut. It surprised me the first time I got one a few years ago in Taipei. I have to say that head massages are pretty relaxing.
That’s probably the reason why OSIM is making this product, although I have to wonder if it actually works well. Brookstone says that it’s got an air pressure massage, as well as a vibration massage, coupled with magnetic therapy and gentle heat. Plus, it’s got built-in speakers to play your tunes while relieving stress and relaxing your muscles. Sounds like a full package!
It looks pretty unflattering, so I’d suggest using this when you’re home alone. It will cost you $200 (USD) to look like an idiot in the privacy of your own home. But you’ll feel good doing it.