@Kidsandliz The Amazon reviews suggest that too wet/shorting out happens pretty easily, although that does not seem to be nearly as much of a problem with other brands that look the same. On the other hand, customer service is praised, so with a one year warranty maybe and a second one to rotate in while waiting for the last one that shorted out to be replaced, maybe it’s okay.
@curtise Well that is the greatest, most powerful, emotionally evocative Meh order number of all time. It concisely and unequivocally achieves everything we strive for in three glorious words. God bless America and all that is good and decent!
I’ve used a non vibrating one in the shower for the last couple of months. It’s a game changer. I only shampoo every few days because my hair is dry. It gets my scalp very clean feeling in less time than normal shampooing. I have to be a little more careful about getting tangles than I do when I shampoo without it but it’s not really hard to figure out how to avoid them. I’ve never had one that vibrates, so it could be completely different using that feature.
@goldnectar I have long hair, almost down to my waist. I shampoo my head, not really my “hair”. Use the device to scrub the shampoo into my scalp, trying not to wad the hair up on top of my head (if that makes sense). Then I rinse the shampoo out down the length of my hair to lightly wash the actual hair. Hope that makes sense!
What the heck is this nonsense? I mean someone thought this would be a good idea? I’m betting there were a million of these things that didn’t sell…and meh bought them all. Wonder how long before they manage to sell them all.
@savvysapphire I could see this helping out my scalp a lot, since I have eczema and that causes it to flake regularly. I use a plastic-bristled scrub brush now to manually massage it when shampooing, so this would be kicking it up a notch.
Unfortunately, too many reviews on Amazon mention that there’s no seal on the battery compartment. So no matter how well you screw it closed, water gets in and kills it. Given that, I don’t see it being worth $8, even for two of them.
@ParadisePete Alternatively, Fakespot is inaccurate to the point of uselessness, and should not be considered an acceptable substitute for critical reading of reviews by a reasonably intelligent human.