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Massagers having gel coverings










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6679857.

A massager with an improved interface preferably including a housing with a massage actuator positioned within the housing. The massage actuator is positioned in the housing so that the massaging head which is attached to the housing may receive the massaging impulses created by the massage actuator. The massaging head preferably has a portion of the head covered by a gel covering which is flexible to conform to the various contours of a user's body while at the same time effectively transmitting the massaging impulse to the users. The massaging head may have portions which are not covered by the gel bed to further increase the versatility of the massager so that should the user wish to focus the massaging impulse to a specific area it may be done at the users convenience. It is envisioned that the improved interface may be used on portable handheld massagers, foot massagers, and various computer and/or keyboard wrist rests and mouse pad rests.








 
 
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