Compex Electrode Wraps

Compex Electrode Wraps
Compex Electrode Wraps
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Electrode Wraps by Compex
Bust out the Compex Electrode Wraps to feel free to move about while using the Compex muscle stimulation device during a workout. Secured by nylon fasteners, these elastic wraps secure the pods in place, helping reduce the chance of them disengaging during your workout, whether you're wanting a static workout or a rigorous, muscle-building dynamic workout.

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SKU: CPM000A
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