One of the most effective TENS machines, the Obi TENS can be used to ease pains during labour as well as post labour pain, such as shoulder, back, period pain and much more. It is simple, versatile and compact for ease of use and can fit in your hospital bag.
- 4 large electrode pads.
- Integrated boost button.
- Large LCD display.
- Includes spare batteries and lead.
- Pre-set modes for ease of use for contractions.
- Neck cord for mobility.
- Can be used for post natal pain relief.
- Strong belt clip.
- All Babycare TENS units are compliant with European medical device regulations.
- 4 large electrode pads 40 x 100 mm.
- 2 leads + 1 spare.
- 2 AA batteries + 2 spare.
- Instruction manual.
- Soft carrying pouch.
How to use:
- See instructions here.
- For more control in labour try the Elle Tens.
So simple to use, great interface. When you're in labour, you don't need tons of functions, it does exactly what you need! Burst mode is great.
Lifesaver. Absolutely invaluable for most of labour. The boost button is incredible.
Bring good quality spare batteries though and more than one set of spares as the batteries needed replacing twice in my first labour and once in my second labour.
The effects diminish though as labour progresses so really breath hard and constantly with the gas and air.
Wouldn't be without it.
Easy to use and effective relief during labour. No other pain relief needed to deliver my son.
Would highly recommend using this machine!
Just remember to buy batteries in advance!
The Obi Tens was a godsend during labour. I put it on as soon as I felt the first contraction and managed with no other pain relief until I was 7cm dilated. Absolutely fantastic! And the boost button is great!
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