Most frequently asked questions about the U-Tonic muscle electro stimulator
Are there any side effects using the U-Tonic?
No. As long as the device is used as recommended, there are no side effects. It is important to use only once per zone during the estimated time (15 min) and never use it in water or heat sources. It is important to use it according to the instructions.
How do you use and recharge the U-Tonic?
The U-Tonic electro stimulator device comprises low-voltage batteries (AAA batteries). Connecting cables that are plugged into the central unit and of which the other ends to vibrating units. After everything is connected it is set to the automatic massage mode (set by default of 15 minutes at level 1) and it starts. You can change to other modes depending on the intensity desired.
Is the U-Tonic quality certified?
Yes. It has the European Union quality certification and complies with all the stipulated requirements.
Is there a case that the U-Tonic is not recommended?
Yes. In the case of a minor, being pregnant, having some type of cardiovascular disorder or have any metal implants somewhere in the body. In the case of a serious illnesses, allergies or tumors, it is also advisable to consult with a doctor to use it safely.
Is it adaptable for any type of person?
Yes. Its ergonomic design permits it to be used by any type of body, comfortably.
Do the vibrating units of the U-Tonic wear out?
They do not wear but may lose quality and stop sticking well. It is therefore advisable to clean them often with a damp cloth and soap and dry them with a linen cloth. The device comes with vibration spare units. It is important to disconnect the vibratory units before wetting them.
* This article is a high tech medical device. Results vary from person to person and this product does not offer miraculous results. You must also keep a record of the use of the product in order to give the body time to take shape. Information and products displayed on this page do not replace medical advice. It is your responsibility to consult with a specialist in the field if you have questions about your health or if you are under medical treatment.