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Jidue – Acupulse Facial Massager or Bulky Ski Goggles?

If you’ve bought iGrow, YumaLite, Mass Suit, GoateeSaver, and Slim Suit, you can now finally complete your cyborg fashion ensemble by strapping on Jidue, a bulky pair of goggles that is supposed to massage your eye area.

Notice how host Forbes Riley pronounces Jidue as “Zhi-due” in order to convince the HSN crowd that this butt-ugly product is exotic.

As an added bonus for sleep apnea sufferers, they can combine Jidue with their CPAP mask and go to bed each night dreaming of being an ace fighter pilot.

Neato!

Comments

  • 13 Responses to “Jidue – Acupulse Facial Massager or Bulky Ski Goggles?”

  • There are going to be a lot of unhappy people who buy Jidue and then can’t figure out where to turn the VR on.

    Comment by euGene on October 29, 2013 at 3:23 pm

  • Those before and after pics look like they utilized Photoshop, am I the only one who noticed that? And Forbes’ pronunciation of those Chinese words were horrible. For instance, the zhou in “zanzhou” sounds like chou or jhou, not “zoo”. I’m not even Chinese or fluent in Mandarin and I noticed that. Yep, this product definitely is exotic.

    Comment by Jay on October 30, 2013 at 9:41 am

  • The skin around the eye is quite delicate. I would think having goofy little massage nubs rubbing and tugging the area with every move would cause more wrinkling.

    Comment by Deb on October 31, 2013 at 2:39 pm

  • Product sounds great if it would just come with the other 1/2 of the stormtrooper helmet…

    Comment by kory on November 2, 2013 at 12:20 am

  • I bought one of the jidue and it’s the best stress release every u people talking trash must not have the money to get one so talk bad about it so if u didn’t try it so why talk shit I love it and helps me sleep better then every thanks jidue and keep up the good work and frobes I love u and what u stand for

    Comment by Timmy on November 6, 2013 at 6:58 pm

  • looks very cool and useful,this the best one i ever see,will buy one.

    Comment by John on November 7, 2013 at 12:28 am

  • I bought one for the office use. I can say, not bad. My eyes always feel tired,after using Jidue, they feels much better and clear!!! I am going to buy another one for the family use.

    Comment by Celine on November 7, 2013 at 1:46 am

  • I have a set of massage goggles called iSee, which my husband gave me as a birthday present. These Jidue goggles look like exactly the same thing in a slightly boxier housing. They are indeed “exotic”, in that the whole idea of massaging points around the eyes is a branch of Chinese acupuncture.

    I can honestly say that I love my iSee goggles. The massage can be deeply relaxing or quite invigorating, depending on the setting you choose. I’ll happily recommend them to anyone.

    Anyway, we’re not here to discuss the product (“This site does not review products and neither endorses nor condemns any of the products”), but to critique the commercial. I agree with Jay, her pronunciation of the Chinese words is excruciating. And the name should be pronounced zhi-du-eh, not zhi-doo. I guess the real pronunciation would be “too foreign” for their presumed customer base.

    Comment by Robbie on November 7, 2013 at 8:49 am

  • A quick check of the eBay website today shows SIMILAR devices, some priced at as little as $6.99!! If you just MUST try this technology…do not spend $150.00 for it!

    And Forbes Rley should be ashamed of herself! Anything for a DIME, eh, Forbes?

    Comment by Paula on November 17, 2013 at 9:26 am

  • I was sceptical at first. Got a pair for my wife and she swears by them. She suffers from migraines and has been using the jidue glasses for over a month. She has not suffered a headache or any migraines since. This is a women who would complain about headaches constantly. I just ordered myself a pair. I’m sure results for everyone will be different but we have had the best of luck with them.

    Comment by Jason on November 28, 2013 at 10:10 am

  • You get what you pay for…I of course researched and
    Purchased a less expensive item…and it was garbage…ordered Jidue
    And really like it! Cut these guys some slack…way too much negativity in these
    Posts….My suggestion, don’t knock it till you try it, it does have a full guarantee.

    Comment by Brian on December 9, 2013 at 5:45 am

  • How much is jidue if you keep it? Is there a charge afer the initial payment of 19.95 plus shipping and handling.

    Comment by cherry hardy on January 22, 2015 at 6:26 am

  • These comments are a few years old and should be updated, but like it is said, you can always return the product. My comment is to the people with their not so nice comments. Didn’t your Mother teach you that if you didn’t have anything nice to say,”shut your piehole”! 06/2016 5:13pm

    Comment by Di on June 28, 2016 at 3:15 pm

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