ThermiPaq Reusable Hot Cold Pack Ice Pack For Injuries - Shoulder, Elbow, Ankles, Back and Knee Ice Pack, Medium
A Thermal Ceramic Compound, All Natural Clay Based Materials, Knee Ice Pack, The Soft Fleece, Targeted Pain Relief, Microwave Heating Pad
What We Like
- Made of high-quality clay that provides deep penetrating relief
- Equipped with a soft fleece cover that allows for better ventilation
- Moisture-resistant fabric keeps the hands sweat-free
- may not be reusable
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Around 77% of reviews were positive and about 17% were negative.
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What buyers say about ThermiPaq Reusable Hot Cold Pack Ice Pack For Injuries - Shoulder, Elbow, Ankles, Back and Knee Ice Pack, Medium
I usually want to wrap it around the sleeve in a diagonal manner, but that's not possible because they sewed a non-velcro-friendly ThermiPaq label on the thick side, so I have to stick the velcro above the label.
It may seem too expensive to use frozen peas or corn for cold treatment, but it was worth the money, as well as the one I ordered from Amazon, for its longevity and the other uses I have put mine for.
I really like these relief wraps, they are simple to use, and I thought I would designate one to each usage, but I found it to be a great price, and I bought two, one for the freezer and one for the microwave.
It was very hot when it was turned off, so it could have exploded in my mother's hands, but she said it never really got hot.
The ice pack is flexible, can be wrapped around a knee or elbow, and you can put them directly on your skin, unlike ice packs that are so cold that your skin almost burns, or you need to apply them through clothing or a towel.
How long does it need to be reheated or cold?
I use 2 pads and a tag team in the freezer for cold therapy.
Is it possible to buy additional covers when the velcro wears out?
I use thermo's by laying on them, and I place a towel between my hair, body, and the pads.
I don't know if my dog ate any of the clay, but I chewed up this pad.
I am 99% certain that they are not toxic, and they add a non-toxic agent to it.
Would a stove on the lowest setting work the same way as a microwave?
I used to work in clay, but it won't dry out, and I don't know if it's because I used a microwave before.
What is the size of the hot/cold pack?
Medium-sized 6 x 12.