If You Get Motion Sick, You’re Going To Need To Get This Gadget: Reliefband 2.0 Review

I’m the world’s worst traveler. Cars, boats, planes, you name it, I get motion sick on it. I have yet to find anything that truly works to fix my motion sickness that’s not over the counter, so I’m always kind of miserable to go anywhere with! I don’t love having to dose myself to get anywhere, so when I had the opportunity to review this gadget that alleviates motion sickness, I was so excited to give it a try!

The Reliefband® 2.0 is a handy gadget that looks just like a smartwatch. In fact, I bet nobody will be able to tell that you’re really wearing something to alleviate motion sickness, and that’s great if you don’t like drawing attention to yourself or your plight. I’m sure you already get enough looks on the plane while you clutch the barf bag at takeoff. It’s sleek and discreet!

First things first, you do need to charge this gadget for an hour and a half before you use it, so be sure to keep that in mind. After I was fully charged, I strapped the Reliefband® 2.0 on my wrist, pushed the button closer to me to power it on and the second button to increase the intensity. We need maximum intensity here for what I’m about to do. I then bravely set out to have someone drive me around in the back seat of the car, because that’s really the fastest way to make me sick. So, there’s truly no better test for how well this gadget works!

I normally get sick pretty much instantaneously in the back seat of the car, so you bet I avoid that like the plague. I got driven around in the back seat for a good 30 minutes, just to make sure I can get the best test results on the Reliefband® 2.0 for you! I have to say, I’m completely impressed with what this gadget can do, and prevent for you.

I didn’t get sick at all while testing the Reliefband® 2.0, which is completely unbelievable. This is definitely not what I expected! How the heck is this even possible? Their clinically proven and patented technology employs the use of your body’s natural neural pathways in order to block the signals in your brain that are to blame for letting you feel nausea.

This gadget isn’t going to just be your best friend if you suffer from motion sickness and nausea when traveling though. It’s also a great choice for pregnant moms suffering from morning sickness. It’s also a must have for gamers that engage in Virtual Reality and get sick from that. I could not recommend the Reliefband® 2.0 more highly!

You can get one for yourself here for $174.99. It comes in Charcoal, which I reviewed, and Denim Slate Blue!

Chip Chick was provided with this product for free, in exchange for our honest feedback. All thoughts and opinions expressed are our own and not influenced by the company and/or its affiliates in any way.