ARRIS Electric USB Heated Eye Mask with 5 Temperature Control Warm Therapeutic Treatment for Relieving Insomnia, Dry Eye, Blepharitis, Meibomian Gland Disease Brown

By | May 16, 2018
ARRIS Electric USB Heated Eye Mask with 5 Temperature Control Warm Therapeutic Treatment for Relieving Insomnia, Dry Eye, Blepharitis, Meibomian Gland Disease Brown

Application: Person who has myopia / personal computer for a long time everyday / dry eye / staying all night / Panda eye / those who make a lot of makeup / insomnia etc.

Specification:
Power supply: USB power supply
Heating Element: 1 pad
Temperature: 1-5 Adjustable (35 – 55 degrees)
Time: Can be set from 10 minutes to 60 minutes
Material (outer material): Span velor
Size: L59 * W10.5 CM
Capacity: 5V
Heating technology: thin micro carbon fiber heater panel

Washing method: hand washing / washing machine washing / dry washing. Keep it clean indefinitely (Note: Please dry it after washing, please do not use it when there is water or wet.)

how to use:
1. Insert DC into the eye mask.
2. Connect the USB to the 5V power supply. (It can supply power from 5V USB such as power bank, PC, car, USB adapter, etc)

  • [Easy and Convenient to Use]: It can be used anytime anywhere if you want. Just plug it to a PC, power bank or USB adapter, it could work. You can use it even for a short break, at bedtime, longtime traveling etc.
  • [How Does It Work]: Inspired by disposable hot steam eye mask, heated with carbon fiber heater, but more environment friendly, more convenient, more economical than disposable hot steam eye mask.
  • [5-Level Temperature Control & Time Setting]: It has 5 classes heat temperature from 35 – 55 degrees and 6 classes timing from 10 – 60 minutes.
  • [Where to use]: Used to relieve headache and insomnia; eliminating eye fatigue. When you need to relax your eyes after a long day work or study or driving.
  • [Safety]: Built-in thermal protection module. Once it is overheat, it would stop until the heat return to the standard temperature.?

3 thoughts on “ARRIS Electric USB Heated Eye Mask with 5 Temperature Control Warm Therapeutic Treatment for Relieving Insomnia, Dry Eye, Blepharitis, Meibomian Gland Disease Brown

  1. P.J.
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for sinus headaches!, November 24, 2017
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    P.J.

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    I suffer from sinus headaches. I saw this item and thought I would give it a try since applying heat to my face really helps with my sinus pressure and headaches. The mask was very easy to use, I found the temp settings were very helpful when I used this for my sinuses. I started off on high (5) then when the pressure started to release, I was able to lower it to a comfortable 2 setting. I recommend this to anyone suffering migraines, sinus pressure/headaches. This is so much easier to use than a heating pad, or a bean bag I warmed in the microwave that quickly cooled.One thing I think could be improved is the way you plug it in. Either make a longer cord, or a actual plug. I found I had to use a extension cord to comfortably use this in bed.
  2. DR Riggs
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Just say Ahhhhhh. It’s soothing, it’s comfy, it makes me feel good!, December 14, 2017
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    This review is from: ARRIS Electric USB Heated Eye Mask with 5 Temperature Control Warm Therapeutic Treatment for Relieving Insomnia, Dry Eye, Blepharitis, Meibomian Gland Disease Brown (Apparel)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 3:02 Mins

    I suffer from migraine headaches as well as dry eyes after PRK eye surgery. I am also blessed with insomnia. Most of these are from years of service in the Army. I was skeptical of this product at first. Honestly, it just sounds silly. A heating pad for your eyes. Ha. Ok but then I tried it! I wake up early every morning and do about 20 minutes of meditation prior to starting my day. Now, I am incorporating this product in my meditation. It helps to relax, helps to channel your calm. When I am having a headache, I can find a quiet spot, put on the mask and, using a USB power-bank, sooth my pain just about anywhere. At night, if I am having trouble sleeping, I will slip on the mask, let it get nice and warm and just relax. It’s a really good way to get in the sleep zone. The strap fits me fine, I wear a 7 3/8″ hat size. Much more than that and it might start to get a little snug. It covers the eyes and blocks out all light. If I don’t situate it properly, light will leak in from the bottom but it isn’t a lot and its easy to reposition the mask and carry on. The translation on the instructions wasn’t the best but it isn’t a complicated item so it doesn’t really matter. Besides that, the instructions were good enough to get the point across.
    Operation seriously couldn’t be any easier. Plug the USB cord into a 5v USB outlet, press the power button, adjust the temperature, adjust the timer, relax and enjoy. The timer goes in increments of 10 minutes up to one hour. The temperature setting is 1-5.
    I am really happy with this mask. I would definitely recommend it if you have headaches that originate around the eyes or if you have trouble relaxing. This is where the mask helps me the most.
    I am not associated with the seller, manufacturer, or anyone else involved with this product. I am just a dude that likes to make movies and do reviews. Thanks, I hope you find this helpful when deciding if this product will work for you!

  3. Dawn Diaz
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice heated mask, multiple uses, easily customizable!, December 12, 2017
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    I’ve been using this mask for the past two weeks, and I very much enjoy this versatile mask. The mask’s headband is designed for someone with a much smaller head than me – I had some Velcro One Wrap laying around, and it worked as a nice extender to the hook-and-loop closure on the elastic band. I primarily use the eye mask at night along with my CPAP mask – the eye mask makes everything feel a bit more comfortable. It’s getting colder and colder, and the heated mask keeps my upper face nice and warm until I go to sleep. The mask doesn’t come with a USB power brick, but my power strip I use to power my CPAP mask has USB ports, and with a simple USB extender the cord reaches just fine. The mask was a bit stiff at first, but after a couple nights the mask “broke in” and is more comfortable on my face now.

    I’ve tried the different levels of heat, and I found my sweet spot at level 3. I guess if it was summer time I’d get the “hot steam” effect but here in the winter it’s just uncomfortable any hotter than level 3. It’s not that it’s “hot” per se, it’s just uncomfortable given the pressure points on my face and how it seems to get warm around the bony areas more than others. Perhaps if I adjusted it differently I’d find a better position, but I like it at level 3.

    I also use the mask for other purposes, too. This weekend I used the mask as a simple LiPo battery warmer; LiPo batteries don’t operate as well when they get cold, so I use an external battery pack (like one used to recharge a phone or tablet) to power the eye mask and place the mask in the fire-proof charging bag with my batteries; it keeps my batteries warm long enough for me to use them when flying my quad (drone). So nice!

    So, overall, the mask is a nice heated mask. It has a lot of varied uses, and I might consider getting another one. I’m looking forward to using it on the plane when I travel next month, maybe I’ll update this review afterwards.

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