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Revitive LV - Therapy for Legs & Feet

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  • Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) device designed to relieve tired, aching and heavy legs & feet
  • Just 20-30 minutes will leave your legs looking and feeling revived and re-energised
  • Drug-free, easy and effective therapy for your legs and feet
  • Easy to use Touch-Toe operation
  • Scientifically tested and proven to work

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Revitive LV - Therapy for legs and feet

As part of a busy lifestyle, standing or sitting all day can result in aching, heavy, tired legs. Revitive LV uses Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) to stimulate the nerve endings on the soles of your feet. This causes the contraction and relaxation of muscles in the feet and lower legs, which results in better blood flow, improving leg circulation and providing fast acting relief from puffy feet and tired, aching legs. Use LV everyday, while sitting at your desk, reading or watching TV to revive and re-energize your legs.

Toe-touch operation

With easy to use touch-toe buttons, the LV cycles through 8 waveforms to maximise the effectiveness of the stimulation. You can select the intensity, ranging from 1-50, to a level that is comfortable and where you can see the muscles in your legs contracting.

As simple as 1, 2, 3

1. In a comfortable seated position, place both bare feet on pads. 2. Increase the intensity to a level that is comfortable and you can see the muscles in your legs contracting and relaxing. 3. Sit back, relax and let REVITIVE go to work. Before use, read the enclosed leaflet carefully.

Scientifically tested & drug free

The Revitive LV is a Class IIa medical device designed and developed in the UK. Clinical studies have shown EMS to be both safe and effective in healthy people to increase circulation, reduce swollen feet and ankles and alleviate discomfort in your lower legs.


Unsuitable if you are:
  • In the first trimester of pregnancy
  • Being treated for, or have symptoms of, an existing Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
  • Fitted with a heart Pacemaker or AICD

Box Contains

  • 1 x Revitive LV device
  • 1 x Power adaptor
  • 1 x User's manual
  • 1 x 12-month warranty

  • Product details

    • Boxed-product Weight: 2 Kg
    • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
    • Item model number: RLV
    • ASIN: B009ET2REK
    • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 Sep 2012
    • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,610 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Kate on 5 Dec 2012
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    If you are looking for a relaxing, massage-type experience, click away from this page now - the Revitive does not pamper you, but rather gives you an electronic pummelling which leaves you feeling as though something tangible has happened to your feet and legs. So it's more medicinal/therapeutic than pleasurable.

    The Revitive is very easy to use. Plug it in, put your feet on the plates and adjust the intensity setting to the level you are comfortable with using "+" and "-" buttons which are large enough to be operated by toe-press (and can be adjusted at any time during the programme). My parents (in their 70s) have used the Revitive and found it quite straightforward to operate.

    A 30-minute programme automatically begins, working different parts of your legs and feet. The intensity settings range from 1-50; I use it at level 20, which gives a sensation akin to pins and needles in the feet, and then proceeds to work the muscles in your calves. It's rather like having an iron cast clamped around your leg which squeezes and pummels different sections of them over the 30 minute programme - almost (but not quite) like an attack of cramp. It is fascinating to experience and watch, as you can actually see your calves jumping up and down to the Revitive's tune.

    It's an indication of the (dis)comfort of the experience that I could not use it at any level above 20; my husband (in his 30s) worked his way up to level 16, but could not last the whole 30 minutes. My Dad (70) quite enjoyed it at level 40(!), but my Mum had to stop half way through at 20.

    It won't be everyone's cup of tea and I would advise against giving the Revitive as a gift if you are hoping to pamper the recipient.
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    19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By I Am Tyler Durden VINE VOICE on 13 Dec 2012
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    I have suffered from Achilles Tendonitis for 14 years since I was about 30. In all that time the only medical advice was to get some orthopedic shoe insoles to help with over pronation and rub Ibuprofen gel into the effective area. Over time I have suffered chronic pain which would become acute after activity. My legs and ankles would be so stiff and painful every morning that I could not bend my ankles and would hobble around until they loosen up. Anything like running up some stairs or having to suddenly start running when crossing a road would jam my legs up for days. So I thought I would give the LV a go, I expected to use it a couple of times, be disappointed, give up. First of all, my comment to the manufacturer is "Men have bad legs too!" Why this can not be packaged and designed in a gender neutral way I do not know. "For healthy beautiful legs" it says, my hairy Ernie Wise legs are never going to look like the picture on the box. Anyway, the power that comes out of the machine with settings from 0-50 was strong enough at 10 on the first use, I tried turning it up just to see how high could take it and whilst it is not exactly painful, the clenching spasms it induced were so intense my legs were almost flying off it (only at level 25). So back to level 10, it cycles through various different patterns over a 30 minute programme which range from fast tingles and throbbing, short burst of strong pulses, and intense clenching. You might find it odd at first since being electrically stimulated is a new experience for most, I knew what to expect because I used to be an electronics repair engineer and have had more 240 volt mains electric shocks than I care to mention. So what was the result?Read more ›
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    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Brett H TOP 50 REVIEWER on 17 Nov 2012
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    Circulation Boosters work by using the tried and tested TENS technology. This effectively uses electrical impulses to stimulate circulation. Generally they are more usually seen as medical devices and as an aid to those with specific circulation issues. This is how we became acquainted with the concept as my wife was recovering from a road accident and she found using one of these very helpful.

    However, the Revitive LV is clearly positioned in marketing terms as a beauty aid rather than a medical device. The packaging is in tones of pink while the machine itself is in a rather striking shade of fuchsia. The narrative of the packaging promises to relieve tired, aching and heavy legs and to deliver healthy legs and beautiful legs. There is certainly evidence that use of TENS machines does improve muscle tone so these claims are quite reasonable. However, the benefits are not sex linked, so whilst this machine is clearly positioned as being for the ladies there is no reason why gentlemen should not obtain equal benefit from its use.

    The machine is operated by plus or minus buttons on the front which increase or decrease the strength of the impulses. There is also a power on and off switch. There is no remote control with this unit. You can also attach TENS pads to the booster so that the electrical impulses can be directed to other parts of the body where there is a need such as shoulders or back. However, the TENS pads are not included with this package and must be purchased separately.

    What this machine delivers is exactly the same as the medically orientated boosters so there is no reason why someone with a medical need for a circulation booster should not equally effectively use this unit.
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