Heart warmer - massager by Pipedream - review by Crystal1

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I Heart You, Heart Warmer!

If you have back aches, menstrual cramps, or your feet are always freezing, you just plain need one or five of these. They're easy to use, they feel great, and make great gifts!
Published:
Pros:
Easy to use, great gift, reusable, generally awesome.
Cons:
Have to boil between uses to reactivate.
Rating by reviewer:
5
extremely useful review
(This is my first ever video review, so please be kind!)

I can't believe it took me this long to get around to reviewing this thing, it's one of my favorite EF purchases ever!

The Heart Warmer is an awesome little massager that heats up when activated. You can apply it to achy muscles, stick it under the blankets when you're freezing in bed in the winter, or have your partner run it over your body for massage or just some fun with heat together! My neck gets out of alignment a lot, so that's my most common use for this. I like that I can tuck it under a bra strap to loosen up a tense shoulder, or stick it under my feet when my toes are about to freeze off on a cold winter night.

The heart starts out filled with a gel substance, but as you bend the little penny-sized metal disc that's inside back and forth a few times, it activates some kind of crazy reaction that causes the gel to turn into a sand-like solid and heat up. This is obviously accomplished by a tiny, magical leprechaun that lives inside the heart and is woken up when you click the disc. Or some kind of science-y thing. Either way, it's awesome!

The heart arrives in a simple cardboard box, and is enclosed in a little plastic bag inside, probably in case it ruptures during shipping. You can use the box for storage, but I just keep my hearts laying around, either in the bedroom if they haven't been used, or in the kitchen if they have and need to be boiled.

"Boiled? What?" I hear you asking. These snazzy little gadgets are reusable, but to turn the solid back into a gel, you need to boil it for about 10 minutes. All you have to do is put a cloth inside of a pot, add some water, and boil the heart till it is gel again. Voila! Plus, it's really fun if someone calls you up while you're busy doing this, and you get to say, "Sorry, I need to call you back, I'm boiling hearts right now."

This makes an awesome gift, since it isn't overtly sexual and it's something almost anyone can enjoy using. It's cheap enough to make a great Secret Santa gift or to put in a Valentine's gift basket.

I have two of these (pink and red), and I plan to order more so that I don't have to boil them in between every use. I also have the Hot Love set, which is very similar, and of the two I like the Heart Warmer more. It's larger, the disc is easier to bend, and it stays hotter longer. I've noticed some new heart-shaped massage pads showing up on EF lately, so once I check those out, I'll do a follow-up to compare!
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Comments
  • punkstar283
    punkstar283  
    Thanks for the review!
  • Ms. N
    Ms. N  
    I am wanting one of these now! Thanks for the review.
  • deltalima
    deltalima  
    I have a back injury so I'm getting this. Thanks for the tip.
  • unfulfilled
    unfulfilled  
    I've looked at these before and contemplated them, but you've sold me on them and the others. Thank you for the review.
  • Kayla
    Kayla  
    FANTASTIC job with the video.
  • PassionQT
    PassionQT  
    It's cute but it's pretty small. Good job!
  • voenne
    voenne  
    Awesommee. Thanks for the video! That's so cool!
  • cbmb716
    cbmb716  
    Thanks for the menstral cramp idea! I could use this right about now!
  • sweetcuppincakes
    sweetcuppincakes  
    I want this! The purple never seems to be in stock though.
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