RPM speeds of the Miracle Massager and My Miracle Massager

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RPM speeds of the Miracle Massager and My Miracle Massager

Dangerous Lilly Dangerous Lilly
Al Bloom
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Hi Al, can you tell me the RPM speeds for both settings on these two massagers? Thanks!
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Al Bloom Al Bloom
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Originally posted by Dangerous Lilly
Hi Al, can you tell me the RPM speeds for both settings on these two massagers? Thanks!
Sorry for the delay! It took some time to get an answer from the factory that produces this item for us...but, here's the technical data:

High RPM: 5800 +/- 500 rpm
Low RPM: 4800 +/- 500 rpm

Vibration Force tested at end of the head:
High: 160mm/s +/- 30mm/s
Low: 120mm/s +/- 30mm/s

I know you only asked for RPM information, but as long as they gave me Vibration Force data, I figured I would pass that along as well. These 110 Volt corded massagers are not only powerful, but the flexible end makes them very user-friendly, and very versatile as well. These are four (4) attachments available for these units that expand the scope of just normal external massage as well, so be sure to pick these up to round out the useful features of these items which really are a "Miracle."
08/06/2009
Victoria Victoria
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Originally posted by Al Bloom
Sorry for the delay! It took some time to get an answer from the factory that produces this item for us...but, here's the technical data:

High RPM: 5800 +/- 500 rpm
Low RPM: 4800 +/- 500 rpm

Vibration Force tested at end of the ...
Wow, Al, thanks for all the information!
08/06/2009
Al Bloom Al Bloom
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Originally posted by Victoria
Wow, Al, thanks for all the information!
My pleasure...anytime!
08/06/2009
Victoria Victoria
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Originally posted by Al Bloom
My pleasure...anytime!
You're awesome
08/06/2009
Dangerous Lilly Dangerous Lilly
Quote:
Originally posted by Al Bloom
Sorry for the delay! It took some time to get an answer from the factory that produces this item for us...but, here's the technical data:

High RPM: 5800 +/- 500 rpm
Low RPM: 4800 +/- 500 rpm

Vibration Force tested at end of the ...
thanks. I have an Acuvibe with similar RPM ratings, and I have to say that the Miracle Massager feels a lot less powerful than that. Has CEN revamped this product recently, increasing the power of it?
08/06/2009
Backseat Boohoo Backseat Boohoo
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Originally posted by Dangerous Lilly
thanks. I have an Acuvibe with similar RPM ratings, and I have to say that the Miracle Massager feels a lot less powerful than that. Has CEN revamped this product recently, increasing the power of it?
Could it possibly be the way the toy is constructed around the motors? Say, could the material in the MM conduct vibrations...less...be tter... than the Acuvibe?
08/06/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by Backseat Boohoo
Could it possibly be the way the toy is constructed around the motors? Say, could the material in the MM conduct vibrations...less...be tter... than the Acuvibe?
I was thinking this, too.. Or maybe the placement of the motor could affect it, too
08/06/2009
Dangerous Lilly Dangerous Lilly
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Originally posted by Backseat Boohoo
Could it possibly be the way the toy is constructed around the motors? Say, could the material in the MM conduct vibrations...less...be tter... than the Acuvibe?
I suppose thats possible, but I really scrutinized these massagers and I really thought that the MM had its motor in the same place as well.....all the other ones. In the head.

The material of the head? Ehhh....I don't know about that. I don't think it should make a 1000 rpm difference, because thats what it FEELS like, is a 1000 rpm difference. Even just 500 is a big difference in power, so the leeway of the numbers does't win me over.
08/06/2009
Backseat Boohoo Backseat Boohoo
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Originally posted by Dangerous Lilly
I suppose thats possible, but I really scrutinized these massagers and I really thought that the MM had its motor in the same place as well.....all the other ones. In the head.

The material of the head? Ehhh....I don't know about that. I ...
All very good points! But I'm stumped now. :/
08/06/2009
Al Bloom Al Bloom
Quote:
Originally posted by Dangerous Lilly
thanks. I have an Acuvibe with similar RPM ratings, and I have to say that the Miracle Massager feels a lot less powerful than that. Has CEN revamped this product recently, increasing the power of it?
Hmmm..do you have the original Miracle Massager or My Miracle Massager? Some of the earliest models that came in were later upgraded with a more powerful motor. That may be the difference, although the originals were very adequate, just a hair less powerful than what we expected.
08/06/2009
Dangerous Lilly Dangerous Lilly
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Originally posted by Al Bloom
Hmmm..do you have the original Miracle Massager or My Miracle Massager? Some of the earliest models that came in were later upgraded with a more powerful motor. That may be the difference, although the originals were very adequate, just a hair less ...
I have the black and red Miracle Massager. I received it a year ago from another reseller.
Perhaps you could take a look at the video I have on my site, I recorded the noise levels from all the various massagers and it shows how weak-sounding my MM is.

I would like to know if I have an older style, so that I can update my comparative reviews.
08/06/2009
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