“Parent Child Testing Product, 5-Pack”
It’s unclear if this was ever a real product; it appears to have been posted on Amazon as some sort of test. Reviewers have taken this as an opportunity for their own form of performance art.
This product, listed as “currently unavailable,” is apparently intended as an acupressure massager. According the listing, its features include:
— Eliminate Chronic Pain
— Stimulates 344 points of pressure in the hand
— Produces the same benefits of traditional acupuncture without a costly visit to the Dr. or the use of needles
— Relieves fatigue, stress, insomnia
— Promotes organ regeneration
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