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Cordless heat belt / pad for angina - any recommendations?

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GnocchiGnocchiWhosThere Thu 03-Dec-15 15:40:12

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WhatWouldLeslieKnopeDo Thu 03-Dec-15 21:02:49

I now have two of these Beurer HK 72 Akku belts. It has wires like in an electric blanket. I bought it for exactly the same reason, as I was clutching a hot water bottle to my lower back.

In the interest of science I have just tried it on my chest. It is a bit tricky with my bust, but I think it would work!

I bought it for bowel problems, it seems to help with cramps. I'm having a bad patch at the moment and I am wearing it pretty much 24/7.

The battery pack is in a little pocket on the right hand side, and so I can only sleep on my left at night, and it sometimes digs in a bit when I bend over. But generally it is very comfortable.

The battery lasts about four hours. When I started using it more frequently I ordered a spare battery from the Beurer customer services, so I can have one in use and one charging. And then more recently I bought a second belt.

Sorry, this post has got rather long! smile

GnocchiGnocchiWhosThere Fri 04-Dec-15 15:02:35

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ChestyNut Fri 04-Dec-15 19:00:31

Is your DF on medication for his angina?

GnocchiGnocchiWhosThere Sat 05-Dec-15 11:49:02

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WhatWouldLeslieKnopeDo Sat 05-Dec-15 15:37:58

Mermaid yes, I reckon it gets as hot as a hot water bottle. It has four levels, I usually use it on 1 or 2. On 4 it is too hot for me.

I hope it helps your dad, that sounds horrible sad

I don't know if it matters, but I was wrong in my previous post, the battery would be on the left if wearing it on his chest.

ChestyNut Sat 05-Dec-15 18:07:54

Are his doctors aware he's not getting relief from the meds? Poor thing.

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