The NEW Classic TENS machine is a great performing and value for money. It is a direct replacement for the highly popular '1st Choice Plus' but has an even lower price! It is perfect for treating chronic and acute pain.
The Classic TENS has Pulse Width Adjustment, giving you control over the pulse depth, improving comfort.
Features and Benefits
- Dual Channel TENS - treats 2 pain areas at once
- Continuous, Burst and Modulation Modes
- Pulse Rate and Pulse Width Adjustable
- Timer Function
- Lifetime Warranty*
- Electrode Placement Chart
- Pack of 4 Electrodes
- 2 Leadwires
- Soft Pouch
- 1 x 9v PP3 Battery
*5 year lifetime warranty applies to manufacturers defects only.
Instructions for use.
0-80mA (500-ohm load)
Asymmetrical Bi-phasic Rectangular
50 - 250 microseconds adjustable
|Modes||Continuous, Burst and Modulation|
1 per second. Pulses within each burst adjustable by pulse rate control
Pulse width automatically varies from the rate set by user, down 90% and back. Ramp up 2.5.secs, ramp down 2.5.secs
CE Touch proof jacks
|Weight / Size||
100g - 63 x 85 x 23mm (21/2” x 35/16” x7/8”)
|Power Source||9v PP3 Battery|
|Belt Clip||Removable Belt Clip|
5 year guarantee
A good solid product!
Posted by Gman on Feb 22nd 2017
This machine has a good pedigree in that it's a machine used extensively by the NHS. It's solid in its construction and feels good in the hand. Controls are simple with function buttons behind a sliding screen on the front of the device. User controls are located on the top adjacent to the electrical lead plugin points. The top controls are protected with a neat simple sliding clear plastic protector, which stops any accidental moving of the control switches. In short, a simple well designed, solid device which works. Recommended!
Posted by Quinn on Feb 22nd 2017
I had never used a tens machine before, it was recommended to me by my doctor. I went for this "value for money" one and so far so good. It's really helping me deal with the arthritis in my knees.
Posted by Ann on Feb 6th 2017
I've been using the First Choice Plus machine for over ten years. The Classic TENS is slightly bigger. There is a plastic cover over the dials, I removed this after a couple of days but still found the dials more difficult to use than those on the First Choice. The pulse rate is now only '150' instead of '200' - why? When I switch the machine on there are now two very bright flashing lights instead of one. I don't know why any are needed, I can feel when I have switched on. The new belt clip looks stronger than the previous one so I am hopeful it will last for a few months. The Classic TENS works well but I am disappointed Body Clock Health can't get a smaller less obtrusive machine.
Easy to use
Posted by Simon Richardson on Sep 6th 2016
I used to have the 1st Choice Plus but after years of use, it finally died. Came back here for a replacement and had realised it has been discontinued but the Classic TENS is like an upgrade. I purchased it and it works just a good as the 1st choice plus so no complaints there! I do prefer the way the dials are on this machine. There's a better grip and a cover so you wont accidentally wack the power up.
Does Exactly What it says it Does
Posted by Michael Watts on Sep 1st 2016
Excellent machine, I had one on loan from the NHS for a month and went straight out and bought one for myself after the month was up.
Posted by Unknown on Aug 22nd 2016
I only use the burst mode which is excellent.
The machine itself seems unnecessarily large and the belt clip breaks very easily.