Compare TENS Devices

Having trouble deciding on the right machine for you? We are here to help! Below is a side by side comparison of our devices to make your selection easier.

Boost (use during contractions)
When experiencing a contraction, simply press the Boost Button once and release. This is the big button located at the top right of the Elle TENS unit. It gives you an extra surge of power you will need for your contractions.

Using the contraction timer (Elle TENS 2 & Elle TENS Plus)
The first time you press the Boost Button, it will automatically trigger the Contraction Timer (CT). This measures the duration of your contractions in seconds.
Once the contraction has passed and the Boost Button is released, the unit will trigger the Between Contraction Timer (BCT) which measures the time between contractions.

The Opti-Max Key
This provides extra versatility. Increasing or decreasing the Opti-Max Key will allow you to either heighten or lessen the level of pulse power. This is extremely useful for the final stages of labour when you need an extra surge of power. There are 5 Opti-Max levels: 50, 100, 150, 200 and 250s (microseconds).

Pelvic Floor Stimulator
The SensaTONE designed for use by women and men of all ages to help strengthen pelvic floor muscles and to treat incontinence. Like all other muscles in your body, the more you stimulate them, the stronger they become.

One in three women suffers from some form of incontinence during her life. It can occur at any time, most commonly after childbirth.

Private Health Insurance
TENS Machines commonly attract rebates from health insurance providers. Each provider has a different policy of course and this can change frequently. There are also different claiming processes from provider to provider so it’s best to check in with your health provider regarding your eligibility to claim.