The TENS machine recommended by midwives, The Elle TENS is easy to use with all settings pre-set so there is no fuss in setting up. The Elle TENS uses the latest Opti-Max technology. It features dual intensity controls for total flexibility, a 'booster button' for a surge of pain combating power at the onset of a contraction, plus Opti-Max technology gives an extra reserve of power when you really need it.
- DRUG FREE PAIN RELIEF: This award winning Elle TENS utilises TENS technology to relieve labour pain, can be used in conjunction, with epidural and/or gas and air.
- Pre set modes for ease of use.
- Integrated boost button.
- Optimax technology for extra power. What is Optimax? An extra pulse of pain combatting power, often used in the final stages of labour - when you most need it.
- Uses 4 large pads.
- Easy to read user display.
- Neck cord for mobility.
- Can be used for post natal pain such as back pain
- Trusted by Midwives: over 30 years of experience
- 4 large electrode pads 40 x 100 mm, 2 leads ,2 AA batteries + 2 spare, Instruction manual, Soft carrying pouch.
How to use:
- The sticky electrode pads need to be placed in the correct position for maximum pain relief.
- Position the top two pads (connected to the left socket CH1) approximately 4cm either side of the spine and 4-5cm above the imaginary navel line as seen in the diagram.
- Position the bottom two pads (connected to the right socket CH2) approximately 4cm either side of the spine and 4-5cm below the imaginary navel line.
- Use the machine when appropriate to relieve pain.
- Full instructions can be found here, please read carefully.
- Made for Mums Awards Silver 2018.
- Also available is the Smart Tens which helps to relieve all types of pain including period pain and migraines.
I Love This ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
"I bought this to help me with labour and it did a very good job!. I love this little device." - Nikki
Q: When can I begin to use a tens machine during labour?
A: You can use a tens machine from the very beginning of your labour and when you begin to get regular contractions or backache.