The Necksmith is a revolutionary device that provides neck traction and comfort in a portable and convenient device that you can control.
This is the Necksmith that does not include the premium pump and it instructs you to inflate using the standard pump and metal valve.
If you've received the Necksmith for the first time, we ask that you review this video in order to understand the basics to properly set it up.
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1. First time users can look in the mirror and place product around neck. Adjust neck circumference size and fasten the two Velcro straps at the front to a comfortable position (not tight enough to choke).
2. Tighten the metal valve on the inflating ball clockwise to prevent the air leakage during the inflating process. However, keep it open just slightly in order to pass air into the Necksmith.
3. Pump up the Necksmith with the inflating ball until the user feels the head is in a stable position without choking. You should stop when very little motion is possible to keep the head stable but comfortable.
4. Wearing the Necksmith varies from user to user. We suggest 5-10 minutes to begin in an upright and comfortable position. The Necksmith is not waterproof and we do not recommend laying down with it, since the traction should be in a vertical position.
How to Deflate the Necksmith
1. Unscrew the metal valve counter clockwise to release the air from the tube. If you have a blue air restrictor at the top, roll the restrictor upward to allow air to pass through (you should feel the blue restrictor opening up the tube and it's much easier to open the tube than tighten the tube).
2. It is not necessary to let all of the air out completely if using frequently. You can remove the velcro and pull the Necksmith off and deflate the device when it is off your neck. Otherwise you'll cause strain on your neck trying to compress the Necksmith back to it's compact version. We do recommend not overinflating the device.
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