The RelaxAcizor was, depending on who you ask, either a quack-medical/exercise device or a sex toy that was marketed clandestinely to women in the 1950s.  It consists of a voltage amplifier in a chassis with a series of electrodes that attach to the (female) body on numerous pads. Using dials on the amplifier-unit, the user can vary the amount of voltage that the various muscles experience.  The result?  The manufacturer claimed that it would lead to ‘effortless weight loss.’

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