Customer Reviews

1 out of 5

Hated it. Sent back.

Tony
October 20, 2020
4 out of 5

I have a lot of interest in vagus nerve stimulation. I’ve read lots about it so they didn’t need to sell me on the benefits. The product is pretty good, but it’s by no means perfect. Here’s my take on pro and cons Pros – Price – you can’t beat this. Look around. – Quality for the price outstanding. I’ve bought another vagus stimulator for over twice the price and I would say this is a better quality build. No kidding! – Sleek and small — it’s nicely designed. Really compact, with a nice neat compact case. – Easy interface – very easy to follow the instructions and get started. – USB charging, which can be done with any standard charger. Cons – Single joystick – You kinda get used to it, but I would have preferred more buttons for settings. I guess it’s the price you pay for a small device. But for example it means you have to start it before you decide on the intensity level. It remembers the level from the previous session, which is good, but on some days I feel it’s too high and then I’m having to lower it mid-session. I’m glad it ramps up gradually, so you have time to adjust! – Only 15mins per session — ok, I get that this is their recommended amount, but I use it more and to do this, I have to start another session. Alright, not the end of the world, but still.. – Battery life is not great if like me, you are using it for multiple sessions a day. You get a couple of days and then you have to recharge. Overall though, it’s well worth the money. I just hope it lasts.

Zak C.
October 20, 2020

Vagus.net tVNS Stimulator sales will start June 2020. Initial reviews are from people incentivised to test the device.

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