After a long day on your feet, or three hours in the gym, you’re probably going to feel a little sore. Wouldn’t it be great to have a massage on-demand?
With the Thermosage 7-in-1 Circulation Enhancing Massager, you can. This device wraps around your legs to knead away the knots and delivers hot or cold temperatures, depending on what you need for your body. Previously priced at $149, it’s now down to just $84.99 for Hannity viewers using promo code SAVE15NOV.
There’s a good reason why every top sports team employs a massage therapist. A good pair of hands can loosen up painful knots. They also help to encourage blood flow, which speeds up the healing process.
Of course, you might not have a masseuse or masseur in your home or workplace. But, with Thermosage, you can enjoy the same benefits at any time you feel your body needs some TLC.
This innovative device offers Shiatsu, tapping, and kneading massages with compression to increase blood flow. The built-in heating element further improves circulation, reducing your recovery time.
If you need to experience the opposite effect, the Thermosage massager can cool your legs to reduce inflammation. At the same time, magnet therapy also provides an alternative layer of healing.
This whole device weighs just 3 pounds, thanks to a lightweight graphene construction. It’s also soft and comfortable to wear, so you can put it on and relax anywhere in your home.
Thermosage was successfully funded on Indiegogo, and now it’s available for anyone to buy and enjoy.
It retails for $149, but you can get it today for only $84.99 with this 15% discount code: SAVE15NOV.
Prices subject to change.
These $260 Noise-Canceling Bluetooth Headphones Are Only $80 Today
When you are trying to enjoy music or your favorite podcast, the outside world can be pretty distracting. Thankfully, technology has answers.
The TREBLAB Z2 Bluetooth 5.0 Noise-Canceling Headphones help to shield your ears from the things you don’t want to hear, while delivering crisp wireless audio all day and night long. They usually retail for $259 — but in a special offer for Hannity viewers, you can pick them up today for $78.99.
Whether you are looking to escape or trying to focus on a project, music and podcasts can provide an assist. But when background noise sneaks through, the entire vibe is ruined. Named an Amazon’s Choice product, the TREBLAB Z2 headphones provide the ultimate audio cocoon. Unrivaled T-Quiet active noise-canceling technology makes unwanted sounds disappear, without affecting the audio performance.
Speaking of sound quality, these headphones provide a premium listening experience. You listen through neodymium-backed 40mm drivers, which deliver crisp highs, rich mid-tones, and deep bass. They connect wirelessly to your phone via Bluetooth 5.0, which is the latest standard. As a result, you won’t get the crackle or hiss that wireless audio used to suffer from.
On a full charge, you get 35 hours of listening time. Thanks to an ergonomic design, you could happily wear them that long — and you can even use the built-in mic with Siri or Google Assistant to help you stay connected and handle important work tasks throughout the day.
Normally priced at $259, the Z2 headphones are now only $78.99 with this deal.
Prices subject to change
MIXED MESSAGES: Chicago Mayor Faces Backlash for ‘Getting Haircut’ During Shutdown, Says She’s ‘Face of the City’
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot faced a growing backlash Tuesday after getting a haircut during her city’s Coronavirus shut-down order; saying she’s the “face of the city” and the stylist “wore a mask.”
“Mayor Lori Lightfoot defended getting a haircut over the weekend even though barbers and stylists were shut down under the state’s stay-at-home order, saying she’s the face of the city and the woman who cut her hair wore a mask,” reports the Chicago Tribune.
“I think what really people want to talk about is, we’re talking about people dying here. We’re talking about significant health disparities. I think that’s what people care most about,” Lightfoot said.
Mayor Lightfoot defended getting a haircut amid the coronavirus outbreak, saying she’s the face of the city and the woman who cut her hair wore a mask. https://t.co/Tfhk959N8F
— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) April 6, 2020
“I’m a person who, I take my personal hygiene very seriously. As I said, I felt like I needed to have a haircut,” Lightfoot said. “I’m not able to do that myself, so I got a haircut. You want to talk more about that?”
Read the full report here.
Source: Chicago Tribune