Quick Mode vs. Extended Mode

What's the difference?

Quick Mode is the default setting on Embr Wave that allows you to warm up or cool down for 3-5 minutes. Quick Mode is best for when you want more intense relief for a short period of time. You'll feel waves of warming or cooling every few seconds for the duration of the 3- to 5-minute session.

Tip: If your Quick Mode session ends and you want to go again, double-knock on the face of your device within 10 minutes of the session ending to pick up right where you left off! For example: If you just finished a Quick Mode cooling session at -9 degrees, double-knock after that session ends to start back up at those exact same settings. Use your knuckle or fingertip and give a good, hard rap-rap on the face of your device. Aim for the center, just below the light bar (where the motion sensor is most active).

Extended Mode is an alternative type of session for when you want a more sustained cooling or warming session and don’t mind the temperature coming intermittently. Each Extended Mode session lasts 30 minutes, with pulses of warmth or cool every 30-60 seconds.

To access Extended Mode, tap the Modes button from the main app screen and selected Extended for warming and/or cooling. This will be your default setting for all future sessions. Switch back at any time by going back to Modes!

Extended Mode was released in June 2018, along with a bunch of other cool features that you can learn more about in this blog post!

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