Vibe Instructions

  1. Turn it on
  2. Scroll to the protocol you want
  3. Press play
  4. Wear it with a lanyard or place it in your pocket

Hydration

For the maximum effectiveness you need to be fully hydrated before a session. This means at least 4 glasses of water in the preceding 4 hours before you start the therapy.

Display

The display screen shows a graphic display of the frequencies, energy level, battery level, protocol, timer, and progress bar while running a protocol. 

On/Off

Hold the On/Off button for 3 seconds to activate.

Menu

The menu button allows you to select a protocol.

Scroll

Scroll forward and backwards through the list of protocols to find the one you wish to run. They are in alphabetical order.

Energy Level

You can select the desired energy output level from 1-10. 10 is the highest level and is the preferred level for maximum therapeutic efficacy.

Play/Pause

Play the protocol or pause it at any time.

Coil Location

The coils are located near the back and bottom of the VIBE. The back of the device should be against your body with the screen facing away from the body.

Active Display

While running a protocol, the screen will display the energy level setting, battery status, frequency display, protocol that is running, timer, and progress bar.

The display will go blank after 15 seconds to conserve battery power, but the protocol is still running. Press any button to refresh the screen.

Charging

The VIBE is charged with a USB-C charging cable (included) into a USB hub or by using a USB AC wall adapter (not included). A green battery indicator will flow/fill indicating it is charging. When it is fully charged it will be a solid full green.

Charging time is approximately 1 hour. Battery life is approximately 4 hours at maximum energy level setting.

Wearing the Device

The device should be worn around the neck with the lanyard provided or by placing in your shirt pocket, with the coils side (back of the device) against the body. For pain protocols, the device can be placed closer to the affected area and held in place with an ace bandage, placed at the small of your back while slipped in the waistline, etc. For example, place it in a sock for swollen ankle (General Inflammation), ace bandage on the wrist for arthritis, or attach it to the back of a baseball cap for neck pain.