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Relieve pain and discomfort with the Navaris ice / heating bags
- The hot water bottles and cooling bags can be used to treat all kinds of injuries and discomforts, such as headaches, bruises, menstrual problems as well as gastrointestinal problems.
- The ice and heat packs are not suitable for microwave ovens.
- If you are unsure whether the warming bags or ice packs are suitable for the treatment of certain aches and pains, you should consult a medical doctor first.
- Using as a hot water bottle is only possible up to a maximum water temperature of 60°C (140°F).
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- Materials: 100% Polyester with PVC coating
- Recommended maximum operating period per use: 15-20 min
- Dimensions: Size S, approx. 14 cm (5.5″) length | Size M, approx. 22 cm (8.7″) length | Size L, approx. 26 cm (10.2″) length
- Bag filling capacity: Size S, approx. 300 ml (10.1 oz) | Size M, approx. 1.4 L | Size L, approx. 2.1 L
SCOPE OF DELIVERY
- 3x Navaris hot & cold ice bags (1x size S, 1x size M, 1x size L)
WARM OR COLD: The refillable ice / heating bags can be used for both the cold and heat therapy of pain in joints or menstrual cramps, for example. The bags are pleasant on the skin and stay warm or cool longer than conventional gel packs.
EXTRA VERSATILE: The practical set consists of 3 waterproof and leakproof cooling / warming bags in different sizes, which contour to each part of the body, thanks to the pleating design, for quick pain relief.
VOLUMES OF BAGS: Size small, approx. 300 ml | Size medium, approx. 1400 ml | Size large, approx. 2100 ml
SIMPLE APPLICATION: To use, open the screw cap of the cooling pack and fill the bag with warm water (not boiling) or cold water or ice cubes through the large cap opening.
FIRST AID CARE: As a warming pillow for the treatment of stomach aches, menstrual cramps, headaches, migraines or joint and muscle pain; as a cold compress for sports injuries, sprains on ankles, wrists, back, shins or toothaches.