Aquacel Hot and Cold Relief Pad
Aquacel Hot and Cold Relief Pad

Aquacel Hot and Cold Relief Pad

Brand/Manufacturer: AQUA-CEL CORPORATION
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Aquacel Hot and Cold Relief Pad is used to reduce pain and to promote relaxation of muscles using moist, conductive heat. It is constructed with cushioned internal foam and can be folded or rolled to support the body. It is a non-electric, non-chemical, portable heating unit that can be heated in a microwave oven and will remain hot for over an hour, providing safe, uniform heat with no hot spots, no cord.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
AR005 Back Rest, 12" x 13" Each $1.40
$42.54
$27.95
AR003 Cervical, 6" x 30" Each $1.70
$50.55
$33.99
AR007 12" x 21" Each $2.20
$65.55
$43.99

Features

  • Aquacel Hot and Cold Relief Pad is reusable and portable
  • Comfortable and soft
  • For cold therapy, it is simply stored in the refrigerator between uses

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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I have the Aqua Relief Pad AR005, have not use it in awhile lost my instructions.  Once I put the water inside the pad, how do I take the water out after use.
King Wai - 8/23/2016 12:59:18 PM
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Thank you for contacting customer care service.
You need not have to put water inside the pad.
For hot therapy put it in Microwave and for cold therapy put it in refrigerator.
Customer Care - 9/8/2016 3:05:16 AM
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Lost instructions.  There is a plug, do u put water in it, then microwave. Forgot how it goes.  Is water added in the pad? 
Eileen - 2/6/2015 11:54:26 AM
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2 quarts of water is needed to saturate the foam pad before placing in the microwave.
Customer Care - 2/17/2015 1:14:41 AM
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I have the Aqua-cel pad AROO3H. "Do not under fill". How much water or other liquid should I put in it?  To what temperature do I heat it to?
Mark Graber - 1/29/2015 6:23:05 PM
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You put in about 2 quarts of water making sure the foam pad is saturated. You will have to choose a temperature that is comfortable for you.
Customer Care - 2/17/2015 1:06:07 AM
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I've lost my instructions. What is the recommended time to heat in a microwave of 1200 Watts? The product says to not "overheat" but gives no guidance for what constitutes overheating.
Milt - 12/25/2014 6:21:57 PM
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The recommended time to heat the pad is 1-2 minutes, test it, flip the pad and heat an additional 1-2 minutes. Then if needed in 30 second increments to reach the desired heat.
Customer Care - 1/23/2015 2:42:03 AM
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