May 07, 2009

Review: Neckline Slimmer

Description: Small exercise device that tightens neck and face muscles for a slimmer neckline
Main Pitch: "Firm, lift and smooth your neckline ... in just two minutes a day"
Main Offer: $19.99 for one unit with three resistance springs
Bonuses: Carrying bag, training DVD and Firming Accelerator cream (just pay P&H)
Starring: Michelle Edmonds
Marketer: SAS Group
Producer: Hutton-Miller (formerly Miller Direct)
Website: www.BuyNecklineSlimmer.com
Product (D7) Score: 7 out of 7!
Commercial Rating: Good/Excellent

This item is weird to watch in action -- but then you get over it and start to realize that it's a truly brilliant idea, especially from a DRTV perspective. Not only does it meet all seven criteria for a good DRTV item, it nails the "unique" and "problem solver" criteria like few items do.

One line from the commercial perfectly encapsulates the genius of this idea:

"It does for your neckline what exercise does for your body."

Why didn't someone think of that before?! For all these years, people have been suffering from the "turkey neck" problem (as a famous FedEx commercial put it) and thinking there was no solution to their problem (except, of course, losing a lot of weight). Then some brilliant individual thought of taking the same approach DRTV marketers have been taking to abs, thighs and buns for decades and applying it to the neckline.

Does it work? Is it possible to "use progressive resistance to tighten the underlying muscles of the neck," as physiotherapist Paul Younane claims in the spot? Who knows? But at $19.99, a lot of people will buy this to find out.

As for the commercial, it's very well done. The commercial is beautifully shot, the before-and-after photos are compelling and the offer is well thought out and strong. The only thing missing is a solid guarantee. Guarantees have fallen out of vogue for some reason, and in many cases they aren't necessary. But I think beauty products should always have a guarantee because women have tried so many new products with big promises that have disappointed them. Besides, the Firming Accelerator cream is a stand-alone item that's perfect for a "keep the bonus" guarantee.

On a side note, I almost faulted this spot for taking too long to get to the product. It's front-loaded with promises and end results. Then I realized the reason for the delay: That weirdness problem I mentioned earlier. Waiting was the right move. Better to get people hooked on the promise before seeing that odd-at-first product demonstration.

194 comments:

  1. :) I totally want to order it.

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  2. I would like to try it

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  3. Hey cool blog, glad I found it.

    I am a SEO and affiliate marketer. The product is so retarded I laughed out loud when I saw it.
    However, from a marketing perspective it is a great idea and their going to sell thousands of units.

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  4. Warning! You WILL be charged $15.90 instead of the advertised $7.95 s/h fee automatically as the "bonus" cream WILL BE INCLUDED and charged separately as an additional shipping fee!!! Even if you return the package, the $15.90 s/h WILL NOT be refunded. In other words, the product will cost you $35.89 no matter what if you keep it or you can simply "enjoy" your neck cream for $15.90 forever! Be very sure you want this for this amount of money involved.

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  5. I'll wait till Walgreens carries it...no shipping, no hassell

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  6. I just ordered this product online, let me tell you I was very pissed off to see a shipping charge of $15.95 because it said $7.95. I tried to call to cancel my order, not that I would not have paid the $15.95 for shipping but because of thier dishonest tactics to sell a products.

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  7. I too was sooo pissed at their unethical tactics to force you to accept a cream which I surely don't need! and then charge me twice for the shipping. This is such a scam! so I made a point of calling them exactly 24 hours after I had placed the order, and cancelled it all.(will check my credit card statement if indeed they cancelled the charge) because these guys are not to be trusted! SHame! and pity because otherwise the product looks OK, I too will wait until they sell it elsewhere and not through the website...

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  8. I don't know why you all were so pissed, the website and the commercial clearly stated that the cream was an additional $7.95 s/h. So the unit was $7.95 s/h and so was the cream, that adds up to $15.90. If you did a little simple addtion before ordering, you wouldn't be so surprised at the charges. :/

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  9. I bought it and love it. This is a great product and I can firmly and honestly say that I am getting fantastic results. I use mine 3 minutes a day and I can feel it working, and I only use the low resistance spring. I can only imagine what I would feel with the other 2 higher resistance springs. It is a well made product, light and easy to stuff in a bag or purse. It comes with 3 resistance springs and a carrying pouch, and neck firming lotion which I have not tried so cannot comment on.

    I too realized that I would be charged an extra shipping for the cream. Pay attention people, it states it on the website as clear as day, and no you cannot exclude the cream in your order so pay them $36.00 cream included. OR you can go to http://www.carolwrightgifts.com and buy the neckline slimmer from them, minus the cream for 19.99 plus their shipping of 7 bucks roughly.

    I unfortuanately bought the device from neckine slimmer direct before Carolwright even had it in stock, so I paid 36 bucks. But I love this product so no regets, and since I never opened the cream I can always sell it on Ebay and recoup my loss.

    I give this product a thumbs up in portability, usefulness and results.

    Oh, and people please be aware that this is meant to tone and resculp your lower face and neck. You will not get results by using it and then stuffing your face with fast food, that's like taking diet pills without eating right or exercising.

    It's not a genie in a bottle or a board certified plastic surgeon. Only they can get around that.

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    1. Hello,

      May i ask you , since when you are using neckline, because i have using since 7 month , twice per day for 3 minutes each and until now, no big changes.
      Is any special way to exercise ?
      Thank you

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  10. When is this so called amazing product going to appear in the stores in Canada?

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  11. The "listed" price is a gimmick because of the added shipping costs. Frankly, I'd pay $100 if it really works. Small price for big results. Cheaper than surgery or a lancome face cream. I just got mine in the mail. I'll stop back in in a few weeks and post my results.

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  12. I saw the commercial for the first time this morning. I'll be reading back here to see some people's reviews!

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  13. I called the customer service line after trying to order the slimmer without the cream via the phone. I was told by a very rude customer service rep that I cannot purchase the slimmer without the cream. I hung up. Will wait until it is available in Bed Bath and Beyond or a similar store!

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  14. Carol Wright Gifts has it for $19.99, shipping is about $6. There are also promo codes available for 10% off (see 'Retailmenot.com'...a wonderful source for online promo codes at tons of stores!)

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  15. For the second time,when is it going to appear in stores in Canada?

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  16. Is anyone seeing good results?

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  17. I want to thank the person who posted the info on purchasing this from Carol Wright Gifts! I went into the website retailmenot.com and got the promo code for free shipping at Carol Wright, key#59100436. At their website you will find the exact product as seen on TV and with the product number you must use their "catalog quick order" and enter the #23374 and it will automatically add the product to checkout. You will then be asked if you have any promo codes. This is where you put in the key#59100436 code. It gives you free standard shipping! You will not be able to avoid their 3.95 handling charge. They also give you the option of priority service for an extra $1.95 which will provide replacement if lost in shipping. So, for 19.99 for the Neckline Slimmer and 3.95 handling my total was only 23.94! I opted to avoid the extra $1.95 priority service which you must uncheck and update your total or you will be charged this fee. The website also said the product is not available to ship till 6-26-09 so don't expect the priority service to get it to you till a few days after that. As for the person who wants to buy this product in Canada..well, here you go! Order it now like I did through Carol Wright Gifts and I bet they will ship to anywhere in the world! Print out this posting and make it easy to order with all the info needed! I hope this item works for everyone and I will be back in a few weeks to update you on how it did for me!

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  18. Only one person wrote that it works. However, I'm not sure if that is the guy selling this or not. Anyone else seen any results from this product?

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  19. This product just came out in the UK and is just being sold in the US so it will take awhile for people to get the product and get the results we are all waiting to hear. I just hope people will come back to this site and give their results good or bad.

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  20. Hello! I just received this product today, and have faith it will work already. I've toned my body through exercise with good results, and this slimmer you can definitely feel it's worth. Jaw muscles in action, under the neck too, and it actually feels GOOD to be stretching and putting some spot training and momentum there!

    But I REALLY need to comment about the shipping and communication from this compnay, because it gets a VERY POOR rating at best from me. The extra shipping charges are outrageous, and the communication from the company, rather LACK thereof, is inexcusable. I order though the mail often, and know companies need to make their money back for shipping with all the boxes and wrappers used, but the expedited shipping I opted for was absolutely NOT worth it. AT. ALL. By the time I completed my order online, a total of $23 and some change in shipping charges alone is what I had, and a grand total you do NOT see until you‘ve clicked to submit order. Yes, there‘s the little footnote where *extra shipping charges apply*, and I suppose if I had a calculator with me I would‘ve gotten a clue (duh!). But what I‘m saying is that every order I‘ve ever made online gives you a chance to review the ENTIRE order, shipping/handling included, before clicking to buy it. The neck slimmer website does not do this, otherwise I would have gladly changed my fast shipping choice to regular mail. The WORST part of all too, is that it took 20 DAYS for my product to arrive!!!

    When a week went by with that FAST shipping I (unexpectedly) paid a load of extra money for, I still had no product : (. The website could not locate my phone number online either. Ggrrr. You can’t even use the order/invoice number they send you either. Frustrating! So I call their toll free number, and the first few times a recording asked to punch in my phone number, which of course couldn’t be found either. STILL being patient, I gave it a few days more and called back again - only this time when connected with a live person they couldn’t hear me on their end. Aaahhhh !!! Nothing wrong on my end, for all the phone calls I get, I’d know it of there was! The live operator kept saying "Hello hello? Can I help you, hello?" A couple days after that, I was ready to cry foul and charge fraud. 3 weeks, no product, no record found on the website, none over the phone, no communication from the company whatsoever (except “Thank you for your order!“ email), a bad connection on their part, and an extreme markup in shipping charges I was not prepared for. I was TICKED OFF. But yesterday I made one FINAL attempt to contact them and succeeded with a representative (nice guy named Patrick) who let me know the warehouse had been backordered. THIS was why the delay happened, and it would’ve helped me out SO MUCH AS A CUSTOMER if this company could’ve updated me in an email or something, ANYTHING. I don’t like the idea of having my $50 and credit card order lost in space like that with no explanation. In 2009, there is NO excuse for this. It would also help if customers could pull up their order online by using the receipt number the company sends you. The communications should have been FAR BETTER than what I got ( the guy Patrick was very nice and sincere and professional though : ).

    So please for anyone interested, I personally would NOT choose the rush delivery again from this company, ever, in my experience. It’s not worth the extra money when it takes SO LONG for the slimmer to arrive due to backorder, and from a company that did NOT inform you when it does. Your basically left high and dry, and I don’t like that.

    Thanks for your patience in reading my review - I’m sorry my story is so long! I just don’t want to see more people go through the headaches like did is all : ).

    A.M.

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  21. I have had it one week and counting... I use it every day. I feel it.. not sure if I see it, but I think so. The muscles feel worked and I feel a slimmer face line - but not sure if its because I was PMS bloaty when I started. I'll check back in a week. Still - $40 is cheaper than surgery or good face cream. I am 44. Too old for a slim youthful face. Too young for surgery. If this product works.. give the guy his $40 instead of twenty. He's earned it. -Jury is OUT

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  22. THANK YOU for the information about ordering via Carol Wright. I just saw the infomercial this morning and I have done some of the Facercise exercises. However I use weights to sculpt my body & firmly believe in resistance work - this looks great. I am 52. I will report back with my results!

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  23. I agree with the anonymous post of 6/27 regarding their shipping/customer service. I am turned off by this also. I don't like the fact that they don't let you review your order 1st with the exact charges. I also do a lot of online shopping and have never come across this before. This makes me very leary to order from them and I am going with ordering from Carol Wright. Thank you to the person who let us know about this other site. Hope this items accomplishes what each one of us is looking for.

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  24. This guy Mel, from NY, posted the only possitive comment about the product. Funny, the very same comment is also posted on YouTube. I bet it is the same "Copy and Paste" comment the seller posts on every review site.

    See for yourself at http://youtube.com/?v=3HKWZHhK36c

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  25. I'd like to try this product but will hold off for awhile. I've been burned before by the "As Seen on TV" ads and will not let it happen again. If you wait a little while, you'll find it at CVS or Walmart, with no shipping costs at all!

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  26. whether or not the product works, there was no sneaky shipping charge. it clearly states "for an additional processing fee" after mentioning the "free" cream. its not even spoken in the shady speedy voice. its no more unethical than "batteries not included"

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  27. Can't I just use my hand as a resistance and do it myself??? Do I really need the gadget?

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  28. I posted a few days ago & am surprised to say that I placed my first ever order w/ Carol Wright gifts - I think on Monday - and received it on THURSDAY. All told I paid around $22 (used a retail me not coupon). Of course I am not seeing results yet but AM feeling it. Will keep ya'all posted.

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  29. Yes, you CAN use your hands for resistance in that area! I have been facial exercising for one year and am 59 - no need for surgery! I use my own two hands!

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  30. You could use your hands for resistance or a light resistance band like they use in physical therapy exercises, too. You don't have to spend money to exercise your body.

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  31. Does anyone have the jar of cream? What are the listed ingredients? Have you seen where it helps at all?

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  32. I work in the dental field and find this product intersting but it seems to me that it puts a lot of pressure on your lower jaw. Has anyone experienced any problems with TMJ pain as a result from using it?

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  33. i saw the commercial for this product a few days ago and i'm very interested in trying this. this product seems to be targeted to the older audience, so i'm not so sure about how it would effect younger people. i'm 18 years old, 100 lbs(underweight D:) but i have a double chin that has been bothering me for years :(
    i'm also worried that the neckline slimmer may make your chin bigger :\ can anyone confirm this?

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  34. To exercise jaw line: Place right hand over left, and position under your chin. Open your mouth and hold that position for a count of 10. Repeat 4 times daily. Works great - no cost and no harm done.

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  35. I JUST PURCHASED FROM CAROL WRIGHT. ITEM NUMBER IS 23374 AND I USED A 10% DISCOUNT I FOUND ON LINE. (SHBGCW) I HAD TO PAY TAX SO MY TOTAL WAS 23.98. IF YOUR NOT IN A STATE THAT YOU HAVE TO PAY TAX IT WOULD ONLY COST YOU 21.98.
    CHEAP ENOUGH, WILL SEE IF IT WORKS :o)

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  36. All the " as seen on tv" products show up at Bed Bath and Beyond. You can usually get a $5.00 off coupon or 20% off coupon in the mail from them. I'll wait for the results reviews and buy it there with no handling or shipping if it works.

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  37. How long does it usually take before these products show up at Bed Bath and Beyond? Personally, I find their prices high compared to other stores for the same merchandise. I have found some "as seen on tv" items at Target. For instance, I purchased an air climber for $99 at Target that was advertised on TV at $130 plus S&H. I'd like more info from others regarding where to find these items.

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  38. Thanks for mentioning carol wright and I just ordered from them too.I used coupon code :SHBGCW and got another 10% off. I bought it for a little almost $22.oo with shipping. I will let you know if it works or not.
    I have been ripped off before by companied who doesn't let you see your total or let you confirm your order and I am very careful now.

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  39. i just ordered the neckline slimmer. i didnt like that i had to buy the "bonus" cream but i have had such great results with the Facial Flex Ultra that i have to try this.

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  40. So many posts have stated not wanting the cream. But I'm curious about the effectiveness of the item without using the cream. Has anyone seen results using the exerciser only?

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  41. and Mel NY is aka jlly16

    http://www.youtube.com/user/jlly16
    http://s168.photobucket.com/albums/u191/jlly16/
    http://www.blackplanet.com/jlly16/

    and wrote the same review under the name jlly16 instead of Mel NY

    http://www.necklineslimmerreview.net/2009/05/neckline-slimmer-review.html

    Jlly16 said...
    I bought it and love it. This is a great product and I can firmly and honestly say that I am getting fantastic results. I use mine 3 minutes a day and I can feel it working, and I only use the low resistance spring. I can only imagine what I would feel

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  42. A fool and his money are soon parted. This is the biggest scam out there. These items have been on the market in one form or another for years -- this is nothing new. And years ago, one of those products was investigated on a news expose as being worthless. If you think the exercises will help, use a rubber ball, bands, or the technique with hands someone posted earlier, but don't waste money on silly products like this!

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  43. So I ordered the neckline slimmer from the Carol Wright website. After shipping it was $24 and some change with the coupon code. I didn't want the cream either. I don't need it. I have been using a product from It Works! Marketing called "Defining Gel" that helps tone and firm the skin it is applied to. I have had great results already with that product, but I really want that muscle tightened up. The gel has really made a difference in the definition of my jaw line but I just can’t get that muscle to pull up with just a gel. I really hope the neckline slimmer will help me get that muscle pulled up so I have a nice jaw line. *fingers crossed*
    You can find the gel at http://coopernj.itworks.net/. It works really well.

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  44. this gizmo is totally unnecessary....whether it works or not. There are exercises you can do to strengthen your neck muscles without paying whatever this thing costs. For starters lay on the floor with your head on a pillow and do "neck lifts". you will feel it believe me.

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  45. so I've seen many of you have had the product for a few weeks now, any change so far?

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  46. WAKE UP PEOPLE...ARE YOU REALLY ALL JUST SHEEP?....GEEEZ!

    All you need to do is eat right, exercise, and get enough rest to remain healthy and slim. There is NO product in the world that you can purchase that will solve your overweight issues.

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  47. Stupid little you! I am very slim and workout all the time! You could still have a doublechin. Please!

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  48. like the poster before me said, it's true that you can have a doublechin and not be overweight. i've been underweight for years (100-110lbs) and i have a doublechin and i'm asian(if that counts for anything :/)

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  49. No one seems to mention(IE, no one who uses this product) that you will get horrible headaches as you are probably working muscles you've not worked in either a long time or ever. Be forewarned...I have one fr: Carol Wright as well and I had headaches on and off for over a month.

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  50. BTW...it doesn't work.

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  51. nothing will work to get rid of your double-chin if you are skinny except for plastic surgery. if you are overweight then just diet and exercise and consult a plastic surgeon for a quick tuck under the chin.

    this product does not and will not produce any results. please don't waste your money on another worthless product.

    the only people that praise this product are just in on the marketing scam. save your money.

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  52. Never had a problem w/my neck until I developed severe asthma symptoms. I have cough-variant asthma and cough REALLY hard ALL THE TIME. The coughing seems to have stretched out my neck muscles. So...I'm giving this a try - worth $20 to me. I found a website, AmeriMark which sells the product for $19.99 and shipping is $1.99. Watch out, they try to tack on a small fee for loss or something. You can remove it. I sure hope this works...

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  53. another dumb customer...you need to research.

    IT DOESN'T WORK PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Stop throwing good money after bad. Trust me.

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  54. The product is simply amazing. It's like a Swiss-army knife in my kitchen. I can do just about everything with it. I highly recommend it!

    I plan on ordering a lot more. One for my utility room, one for outside, and one for the bedroom.....grrrrgrrrrgrrr ;)

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  55. You can get the same results placing a rubber ball under your chin.

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  56. I've been reading about this product...will wait until it comes to a store. Don't know if I'll buy or not...sounds like a "scam" to me. I am interested in getting rid of my loose skin under my neck....but I've already been around the block a few times, and don't really trust all that people say about a product...they seem to only want the money.

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  57. Maybe one of you can help me. Am trying to use the slimmer, but I can't get it to stay in one place under my chin. I am using my hand to steady the base, but I cannot keep it from slipping out of place. I don't have any creams or makeup on when using this so that can't be the problem. I have tried to directly simulate the upper body position on the tutorial. It is getting frustrating. Please give me a few tips from those of you who are using this product. Thanks

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  58. OMG anonymous June 23, 2009 10:06 PM posted info on how to get it for cheaper p&h.... i just ordered it and it looks really good... i just hopes it works lol... thanx anonymous June 23, 2009 10:06 PM !!!!!!!!!!

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  59. ALL I want to know from some that have used it, is DOES IT WORK?

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  60. No, it does not work...period. Mine was already sold on ebay.

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  61. I just ordered the neckline slimmer from Carol wright.I will be back in probally three weeks to tell you the truth about whether it works or not-I should see results by then.I've been doing "Carol Dimaggio's facersize"(you can order from amazon.com she also has her own website) for almost a year and have been getting fantastic results with that.I'm just starting to get the jowls a little bit and wanting to work on that.Thanks to the person who mentioned Carol Wright.

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  62. I just tried to buy it online during my lunch hour. I made a mistake and accidently hit "yes" when they asked me if I wanted to buy an extra set at $14.95. I misread the question and was thinking I was just verifying that I wanted to order one set total. I only have one neck. Why would I need two units? Anyway, I realized my error after I received the order confirmation. After shipping charges, it was $60 for 2 sets. I thought I could easily correct my error. But noooo. For some reason, this companies CSR's can't see orders for at least 24 hours after they are placed. They tried to use the excuse that their system does not upload the information that quickly. That is totally bogus. Certainly, their operating system is up to today's standards. They should be able to see my order immediately. I think it is their way to trick you into buying extra stuff (in order to make an even bigger profit from the S&H charges) and then making it more difficult to change your order afterwards. I am cancelling the entire order tomorrow and then placing an order for just one unit from Carol Wright tomorrow.

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  63. For the third time.When is this product going to appear in Canada?

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  64. After reading all these I think i'm going to try the rubber ball,afterall,resistance is resistance and that is all this neckdohicky is-a resistance trainer for your neck. I bet I can get a small ball at walgreens for .99, no shipping and no cream.

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  65. I saw this gadget on TV for the second time and thought maybe I might order it, but first I went on-line for reviews from people that have tried it. Seems nobody has used it long enough to give one,(except for the possible fake comment that was posted in a few places) so I will wait a bit longer. In the meantime, I too will just see if I get some results using a small ball or just my hands for resistance, as mentioned in a previous comment. (thank you for the tip, by the way!)

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  66. A long time ago (maybe 10 yrs ago), there was a product on TV that promises the same results. It was a ball...I think made of foam. I forgot the name of it.

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  67. I also managed to order the second unit by accident - wasn't paying attention. And even after 24 hours I was not 'in the system'. I then was able to cancel the order. So now I've gone ahead and ordered through Carol Wright without shipping costs. A rubber ball would work, too, however I'm willing to try it out.

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  68. Has anyone used it enough to know if it works or not?

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  69. I called 24 hours after I placed my order to cancel it. It still wasn't in the system. I told both CSR's that it was not acceptable that they had to wait so long to change or cancel my order. I also expressed my concern to both CSR's that the order would ship before I could cancel the order. Both told me that they were backlogged 6-8 weeks. So, I had plenty of time to cancel. I was busy the next day, Saturday. So, I didn't get a chance to call. I called Monday and was on hold over 10 minutes. This CSR told me my order shipped on Saturday. REALLY?!! What happen to the freakin' backlog? Needless to say the last CSR got an earful. He ended up hanging up on me. Anyway, I called the bank and saw they didn't charge my account yet. So, I froze my account so they couldn't get any of my money. That's what they get for trying to screw me. The product must be crappy if the company selling has to resort to such tactics.

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  70. A good exercise to help is to lie flat on your back on a bed with your head hanging over the side. Then lift your head up, like sit ups, only with your head. It's free and there are no shipping charges involved.

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  71. What a scam -- which includes the SCI MARK review.

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  72. WARNING!!! Do not purchase from BuyNecklineSlimmer.com they use deceptive practices to overcharge you. The cream is not optional and the system is designed to trick you into purchasing a 2nd Neckline Slimmer. Customer Service is a joke. They do not have a record of your purchase until the order is already at the warehouse so by then it is too late to modify or cancel the order. I am doing a charge back to the credit card after making multiple attempts to reach a pratical solution.

    You can find this product on eBay with reasonable shipping. AVOID the website: BuyNecklineSlimmer.com

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  73. http://geniusbeauty.com/about-sport-activities/facial-exercises-get-rid-of-double-chin/

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  74. Thanks for all the info out there! I just saw the commerical and was intrigued. It's so nice to see others out there in the same boat! I think I am going to try the bed excerise and the geniusbeauty.com website first. I have lost 25 lbs so my face has slimmed down some as well as my double chin, but I would like it to look better. All of us are looking for a 'quick fix miracle', especially a lazy person like myself! ;-) Good luck with all you do!

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  75. I bought it a month ago, used it as directed. Does not work. Gave me headaches. Do not buy it.

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  76. I have seen countless commercials for this product, and as a 58 yr. old female with a "baggy" neck, it definitely catches my attention! I have a healthy dose of skepticism, but always try to keep an open mind, hopefully combined with some "logic." I wouldn't mind paying the $19.99 cost (doesn't everything on TV cost "ONLY $19.99"?), however, didn't want to get eaten up with all the shipping and handling charges. It was clear to me (after watching so many of the commercials) that I would have to pay for the face cream (which I'm not the least bit interested in) and the extra shipping and handling for the cream that I don't even want. After reading the reviews here, I opted to order this product from Carolwright.com. I was able to use 2 discounts ($1.00 off s/h), and a 10% discount coupon ($2.00 off) which I found by googling "discount coupons for carolwright.com". So, anyway...my grand total was $21.94...which breaks down to $17.99 for product and $3.95 for s/h. I will post my results after I "hopefully" get some...would still be interested in hearing from customers out there if others have achieved any results and to what degree. I figured at the price I paid, it was worth a chance.

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  77. i'm sure none of us would know when this will be available in canada. try contacting the seller

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  78. I got mine from a dealer in Orlando, I think it was a cheap chinese copy because I got a rash and now my neck and chin is changing colors. That is the only change I have noticed and my neck hurts. My husband calls me chicken head.

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  79. Alright guys-
    I'm a real person I promise, unlike basically half of the people on these posts. I just bought the unit on ebay for $22.

    I'll use it for a month, then I'll come back here and tell you guys if it works.

    Btw, I'm a male 160lb college student, going to med school next year. Not fat, just got a weak chin that makes me pretty self conscious, so I figured it's only $20, what the hell.

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  80. I just saw this gadget on eBay for 19.95 w/free shipping.

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  81. All I can say is that reading this thread really picked up my mood, it's hilarious. My turkey neck is hereditary, lucky me. I think I'll try the rubber ball or my hands, it sounds like the itchy, color changing, slipping thing that everyone is buying isn't for everyone...I appreciate the giggles your comments elicited though ;)

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  82. Word to the wise: I just ordered the Neckline Slimmer off their official website. Their s/h added an extra $15.90! My total cost was $35.89. Now I wish I had ordered off of Carol Wright's website. (I didn't because I wanted the cream...was it really worth the extra cost?! I'm not sure.)

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  83. I don't know why I read these blogs. People who think they know everything and really know nothing. Who poke fun and even find an excuse to use profanity as if that makes their point. Yes this little gadget works. Like anything else, everyone's results are different. Yes, you can get the same resistance using other methods, but that's the name of the game isn't it? Variation? Different strokes for different folks? Some people like aerobics, some like lifting weights, some like to starve themselves, some like to eat prepackaged dried food, some prefer Yoga. They all work in their own way.l Why is it necessary to belittle the choices we are offered. I'm 64, gravity has taken it's toll. Luckily no facial wrinkles, just a saggy neck. And guess what? This is tightening up the neck nicely and my photos won't look like I have elephantitis of the neck anymore. So laugh on, all you "experts". But I'm the one who won't be embarrassed to have her picture taken any more. Happy Senior from S.C.

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  84. Ha turkeyneck in canada is MAD. Someone answer his question now before he has to ask a 4th time.

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  85. DO NOT ORDER IT! I ordered one, and it automatically processed theorder for two, plus the cream, which I did not order. The total came to $60.78. I have contacted the company to no avail to cancel the order and can't reach anyone. Does anyone out there know how to cancel the order and get my money back? I'm furious!!!

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  86. I just bought the Neckline Slimmer yesterday at Walgreen's for 19.99 - no face cream!
    I used it yesterday and this am and I can DEFINITELY feel it working those muscles. I will be the dreaded 60 in Nov and anything I can do to keep things up is worth $20 to me. How many jars of "promises" have I bought for a lot more money than that. Heck, I have paid that much for a mascara. I feel like it has potenial, and I want to keep the attention of my younger, great looking boyfriend.

    Try it gals and never mind the nay-sayers.

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  87. Anyone with even an elementary knowledge of anatomy will see this device as a fraud. The front of the head is compressed not by the muscles in the front but the back neck muscles. The more one works with the Neckline Slimmer, the more that person works the back neck muscles. There will be NO effect on the skin in the front. Save your money and learn to love your body as it is.

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  88. BE CAREFUL!! If you order off the official web site, it is very deceptive, before you complete your order they will ask if you want to get extra neckline slimmers for 14.99 each, then it will ask how many you want to order, if you put 2, which you may think is the original one plus a second one at 14.99, you are actually ordering 3 total. then they will offer you a whole series of products that you have to say no to, then when you complete the order, there is no order review page, and bam, your cc has been charges separate shipping for each item. The product may work, who knows? If you can get past the ordering scam.

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  89. I saw this commercial and asked my plastic surgeon about it (yes, I get botox and fillers, but won't go under the knife EVER), and he said that neck exercises do work, but your chin has to go UP, not down. He showed me how to sit in a chair, put my head back, look at the ceiling, and jut my lower jaw forward -like a bulldog. Then press my tongue as hard as I can to the top (and back)of my mouth and hold this for 10 seconds. Then continue holding this pose, but turn my head to the right as far as I can and hold ten seconds. Then do the same to the left side. So, for 30 seconds total, I am holding this pose. He said to do this EVERY DAY for at least 10 minutes. For some people it works after a few weeks, for others it may take a year. I have just started to do this exercise, so I can't say if it works or not yet. I can really feel it! I will let you know after a month or so.

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  90. All this Neck bobbing I'm starting to get a stiff neck:)

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  91. With regards to the neck excerises, Anonymous from August 6th is correct, your neck must go back NOT down!

    Mel, NY works for the company so do NOT listen to her. She is on every blog, every review site with the exact same review word for word. I think she works for the website she is promoting.

    As far as people calling other people idiots about the shipping, they take your credit card information and CHARGE you without telling you that the cream HAS TO BE included! The company is a rip off and so is the device. Don't fall for it, there is not ONE review that states that this product actually works, sorry.

    Go to youtube and look up some excercises that will work.

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  92. Thanks for the tip about Carol Wrights gifts. Went there and sure enough was able to purchase the neckline slimmer for $23.94 without the cream. Didn't want the cream, as they usually don't work anyway.

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  93. This product is now available at Walgreens for 19.99. It doesn't come with the cream. No shipping or handling costs, no waiting.

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  94. Walgreens has it now. Just pay the tax, no s/h.

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  95. I don't know why the person from Canada thinks we know when it will come to his country. Have you tried ordering it online?

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  96. I saw this and immediatly scoffed, but got the idea of using my fist under my chin as resistance in a similar way to how they want you to use the product.

    I have to say just doing it myself there really is something to these resistance exercizes. My jawline is definatly tighter and my chin is more squared especially from the front.

    If your skeptical just make a fist and put it under your chin and follow the exercizes that they do and judge for yourself before you buy. You probobly dont ever have to by the product.

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  97. I got mine off Amazon for around $20. It sounds terrible, like rusty bed springs. And yes, it does seem to work the back of my neck more then my face. However, as I change the shape of my mouth I can feel different muscles working in my jaw. Sometimes I don't put my head down but just open my jaw wide. Then I'll suck my lips into my mouth. Or I'll grin really big.

    I've only been using it a week so I don't know if it'll work. And anyway I've been fat all my life and even if my double chin was completely gone I'd look in the mirror and still "see" it do to self esteem issues.

    I still find it funny though that people keep putting it down and claiming to "just go excercise" when they can't grasp that this IS an EXERCISE MACHINE. It's not one of those things that send electrical shocks to your muscles. You actually DO have to put in the WORK to see any results. It's the same as the Thigh Master and the Bowflex. Both proven machines. This one is just unproven right now.

    I mean, if you're going to belittle something, at least make some comments that make sense. Don't say "Just excercise" when this thing was designed FOR EXERCISING.

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  98. I did not order the cream and was still charged for it! Calling customer service did no good;operator said she did not have access to account info! Even if the product does what it says; I will never order from this company again!

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  99. I made the mistake of thinking I could avoid the high pressure sales pitch of someone live by ordering on line. Before I knew it, I was billed for 2 units. they never gave me a chance to check my shopping cart or order. Very deceptive. I immediately call the 800 number and it rang busy for ever. That was a Friday night. On Saturday, I got through to someone who told me my order was already being processes and Shippped. I told her to give me a break. It was Saturday and that was just a big rip off con game. If the product is so great, why do they have to mess with people. I could not get her or the person I talked to on Monday to credit my card for 1 unit. The whole thing cost me $72 with the rediculous cream. They told me I had to receive the 2 units then call back for a RA#. I just got the units. As one person above said, if it works, its worth the $72 or $100. we'll see if it works. My guess is I'll never get credit for the unwanted 2nd unit. If they don't credit me, I'll just dispute it with Amex. What a shame people have to do business so unethically in this world.

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  100. I have been using the Neck Slimmer for 7 weeks and yes there is a big improvement in my neck!

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  102. I have had the same problem with the ordering off line...I had clicked the no thanks to everything button and completed my order .... but when the order was confirmed it showed an unbelievable Total at the end of my order....it stated that i had ordered 2 neckline slimmers one for $19.99 and the other $14.99 with a P&H of $25.80...the problem is..that i could not go back to correct the problem cause I only wanted one neckline slimmer not two of them...and i know I had read everything and i had answered No Thanks! to everything except for the one neckline slimmer for $19.99 ... I tried calling the 800 number and they kept telling me that i was not in da system yet...and the day after was the samething...then on the third day i called and they said that their system was down needed an hour to come back up..called again and they said the samething to call back in another hour or two....then finally on da fourth day they told me that my order was already processed and was heading out for shipping I asked if i could cancel they said no but once i get the product to call them back for some return code and I will only be refunded the cost of the products not the shipping and that i also have to pay for the return of the product to them....at this time I do have the product but I am shipping it back...cuz I am not satisfied at all with the service, policies, or the product....it does not run by battery u have to move your head up and down so dont expect it to operate on its on ...after all the iformercial really makes the product look like it works on its on....(at least to me it does)..and the quality of the product just does not feel like it was worth $60.00 of my money...and just to think that i only wanted one neckline slimmer not two but got stuck with it cause customer service job is to make sure that they do not correct or cancel anything .... so if u purchase this product do it by (PHONE ONLY) so no mishaps occur cause their website does not have a shopping cart and once your order is complete it is COMPLETE no correcting and mistakes or backing out of the order...and I WARN all ppl that is curious about this product that you read the fine print and make sure the amount is right cause u will be unhappy like I am ...

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  103. Here's a FREE solution. Press your hand or fingers upward against your chin, push down with your chin. Not only can you adjust the resistance, you can move diagonally AND exercise your arms.

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  105. I just ordered the product from Carol Wright gifts and used a 10% discount code. Thanks to the person who posted that. Now let's just hope I can get some results, I'll take just a little.

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  106. It is at walgreens, csv, walmart etc. so please do not order it online. This will save you the hassles mentioned above with the online ordering.

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  107. Jack LaLane has a video series with simple, fun exercises to firm your neck and face. They are on YOutTube - and this site has 10 of the 30 videos:
    http://www.eruptingmind.com/free-face-tightening-exercises/

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  108. How are people who post on a blog supposed to know when it will be sold in Canada? Call the company and ask them or buy one off of ebay.

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  109. I saw it yesterday at Walgreens for 19.99. I'll just use a squishy ball and get the same results.

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  110. It's at Walgreens.

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  111. I have had a turkey neck since I was a teenager and weighed 117 lbs. It is not always a matter of losing weight, sometimes the muscles in the neck are just weak. I have been using this gadget for two weeks now, and I can see a slight improvement in the neck tone and definition of the chin. The jury is still out whether this will have a dramatic impact after the 7-8 weeks that they recommend. I will come back and post again in a few weeks, after continued use. If this works, it is so much better than plastic surgery, in so many ways. I always thought plastic surgery was dicey anyway, since so often the outcome makes people look a little odd. e.g. Bruce Jenner.

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  112. The Neckline slimmer is neat but if you don't even want the Cream (or you don't even need it) it's a rip off to order from their site. They make you buy the Cream (there is no option to leave the Cream out) for $7.95 and they call it a "shipping fee" so that they don't have to refund you the money from it if you want to return it (shipping costs are non-refundable.) So in total it costs you $35.89 ($19.99 for slimmer, $7.95 for shipping it, and $7.95 for shipping the cream even though it's in the same package) instead of only $19.99 if you buy it at TARGET. SO if you don't want the cream or if you don't think you need it just go get it from TARGET.

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  113. it's at bed bath and beyond for 19.99. bought it today and hope it has some results.

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  114. You can also buy them at Walgreens. Same price - no shipping/handling worries...

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  115. I just got mine from Target. No cream, no shipping, no hassle. Trying it now.

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  116. Well gee ... tks for nothing! I come here looking for reviews on a PRODUCT - and 9/10ths of the posts are from whining dolts who cannot read properly so have missed text or misread it and are now complaining about it here. And clearly all of you whiners STILL can't read b/c you are now posting your complaints about shipping/handling charges, creams and additional orders on a site that was created to post PRODUCT COMMENTS!!

    Since you misread the intent of this website it becomes very clear to me that you also misread the other website. What a waste of my time ...

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  117. I just ordered the neckSlimmer on the buyNecklineSlimmer.com link and got ripped off. I ordered 1 set and answered NO to all the other questions that the web site asked for extra orders, and yet I was charged double orders with a total of $66.78. From reading comments here, it looks as I wasn't the only one whom they have deceived. I wished I had read your comments before I did my order!! If they don't cancel my order tomorrow because I was told that my information hasn't been uploaded to their systems, I will call my cc company to dispute the charge!!!

    I wished there's a BBB (Better Business Bearut) or something where we can complain all the deceiving tactics that the BuyNeckSlimmer.com is using.

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  118. I've sat hear and either skimmed through or read majority of the comments made on this website. I am yet to see a single comment that tell if the equipment actually works or not. This entire site is filled with complaints about Customer Service and the price everyone paid for the equipment.

    It's cheaper than plastic surgery so suck it up and learn to read the fine print along with the Terms and Conditions before you actually commit to buying a product.

    For the idiots who think that you just exercise and everything will be fine, be happy you are blessed with genes that allow you to be that lucky as to not have a double chin even though you are healthy and thin.

    Reviews for this product started in May. I'm pretty sure that 7-8 weeks has elaspsed within that time and now. So can I please get an honest review of the EQUIPMENT before I commit to purchasing the product from, walmart, walgreens, target or any other franchise.

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  119. This product is selling super cheap on eBay. You can likely get it for under $15 and most of them have free shipping too.

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  120. Target sells this. I so want to try this, but at $20, I am hesitant. I wonder if its going to be another senseless "as seen on tv" gimmick.

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  121. I bought this at target today. (19.99) No shipping !! I will post back.

    hey I have spent 20 bucks at a casino in like 2 mins so this is worth a try :)

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  122. How come I can't find it on Target's website?

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  123. I like the one I bought. But CAUTION: If you buy it online, they will sell your telephone number and credit card info to telemarketers.

    A few days after I ordered mine online, I got a call from someone representing them who said my product was ready to be shipped and oh-by-the-way, they'd also sign me up for monthly coupons for gas and groceries for just $30 a month. And they'd just charge it to my credit card ending in the numbers XXXX. I refused, just wanted to know when my product would be delivered. Which they told me, after their high-pressure sales pitch for those stupid coupons.

    Since then, I've gotten calls from a lot of other numbers with the same "offer," who also use the last 4 digits of my credit card to throw me offguard. There oughtta be a law ...

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  124. I quickly went to the strongest coils. Maybe because I worked out before getting this apparatus. It does help, even though I haven't used it more than 5 minutes a day.

    The cream I was so mad about having to pay for was actually the greatest I have ever tried. So glad for it. I have never tried any cream like it.

    Overall, I think it was a good buy, but I will need a stronger coil soon.

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  125. Purchased the neckline slimmer 4 weeks ago and have been using it everyday for 2 minutes. Note: I started using the stiffest coil after only one week. After a few days, I thought I could tell a slight improvement. Now after 4 weeks, there is a definite improvement in my jawline and sagging neck. The area around my mouth also seems firmer. Other people have noticed the improvement as well, and asked me what I have been doing. I'm reluctant to tell them, just yet, as so many people think this is a scam. I am now confident that after 8 weeks, my neck will be obviously firmer. I also had a problem with weak neck muscles. My neck would get tired during the day, and a lot of times hurt at night. My neck seems much stronger now, and I'm not having the pain that I had before. I am 50 years old and not overweight. All of the muscles in our bodies become weak if not exercised, and our skin becomes jiggly with age. Those who say this contraption will not work would probably say that doing situps to tone their stomaches or pushups to improve their jiggly arms will not work either. You must be consistent, do the exercises daily, and not expect instant results...and to those who are critical of people who use the neckline slimmer, I say, what makes you an expert if you haven't tried it yourself??

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  126. I've been using it now for about 4 or 5 weeks and definitely see an improvement. You can actually FEEL it working. I got some Revive neck cream on ebay and my neck and jawline is looking much better. I use it every morning, both lying in bed and standing. I'm up for any improvement without surgery.

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  127. I bought this product hopeing to help deal with my facial fat that I gain over the years. After seeing the comerrical that target my neckline I was confident,I say why not give it a try since It wasn't that expensive. I been using this for few days now & yes I strongly believe this product works because I can feel the muscle contraction in my jaw & chin. It feel good & firm it fairly a simple design. A++ Product 2x(2min) a day on Medium Coil.

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  128. You do not have to pay the $15 shipping to get the neck cream, just buy it somewhere else. Call it promotional, but www.asseenontvshop.net has it cheaper, no neck cream, same day shipping, and they charge you a few dollars to ship it, so if you dont like it, you can get all your money back

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  129. Everybody is dickering back and forth about the price and shipping, the cream, who cares!
    Not one person has said I have faithfully used this everyday and I have seen visible improvement. Because no one is going to use this thing every day for 3 m0s.
    I had headaches and sore jaw so I stopped who knows what I m doing to myself. Listen to the post on doing your own exercises they will work.

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  130. I am 66 years old I have done the head lifts and used the ball, didn't do a thing. I bought this neck slimmer and it is wonderful.
    I paid the high shipping didn't like doing it.
    I would really hate doing without this product now that I have it. there have been lots of people tell me I look younger and even I can tell a big difference. I bought another one on ebay for just in case this one wares out. I have bought exercise things before, this is the only one that has ever worked. "It does work People"!!!!!!!

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  131. I bought mine from Publishers Clearing House (maybe I'll win the $10 mil and be able to afford to get some nip/tuck LMAO) for $19.96 and paid about $6 shipping. Is anybody actually using it instead of yammering about the price and shipping? Got mine yesterday and have used it twice and can feel the gobbler tightening up a little bit. We'll see what happens :-)

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  132. Thank you for sharing this. Looking forward for more of your update soon.

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  133. I bought mine on Ebay for $12.00 with free shipping, Iam a quilter and I look down to sew and I could feel my chin on my chest , the double chin is getting smaller, I was reading a book the other day and noticed I couldnt feel the double chin resting in my chest ! I tried the easiest spring and I felt it was too easy so I put the second spring in and now my neck feels fituged when I use it, as I type this message I can tilt my chin down and it doesnt touch my chest like it did a month ago. This gismo is just fun and works. Have a great day !

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  134. This is working!!! Yes it looks crazy but did you think "downward dog" seemed to make any sense? I have a double chin like my dad and it bugs the heck out of me. I can feel this working. Start with the medium coil to see results. Sit in a high back straight chair to establish good posture to avoid a neck ache. I go to the gym at least three times a week, but at 56 life is just based on gravity. With the amount of work that goes into this it will also remind you to stand straighter and not try to hide that new tight chin.

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  135. For the Canadians who want to buy the Neckline Slimmer product, you can get it a Walgreens (over the Border) if you live close to the US. They charge the same price ($19.94) minus the shipping fees. There is a Walgreens 1 hr away from Vancouver, BC if you live out there in Bellingham, and maybe Sumas too?
    Personally, I am looking forward to trying it out. I'm 38 and my neck looks old and saggy -so embarassing for my age. $20 is nothing and it is worth a shot.

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  136. Ebay is the way to go. I too got mine with free shipping and I only paid $11.00. There are three interchangeable tension springs so that the exercises get gradually more challenging. I used the first one for a week. I am now on the second one. And honestly...I use it more than just 2 minutes a day. I use it while I am watching TV, or on my computer...just on and off throughout the day. And I wasn't expecting much...but to my surprise...there IS an improvement after only 1 week. A lot of the success is going to depend on how dedicated you are to using it and how often. I can't wait to see the results after about 2 months!

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  137. uhmmmm yeaaahhh ... on Ebay you can get this for 9.99$ WITH free shipping!!!! : )

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  138. I had some of the same frustrations with ordering this product on NecklineSlimmer.com and considered cancelling the order feeling like I had been taken. But the next morning I decided that I really wanted the product because I really believed it would work so inspite of their deplorable sales tactics I waited to try it out. It arrived on August 7th and I have been using it every day since. I do the exercises morning and night as directed and I must say that I am very pleased with the results. I am 57 and not over weight but I had jowels and the beginnigs of a turkey neck and I can see a great improvement. I did not want to have to go under the knife for this and I am so relieved that this is working. I mean really working. There are a lot of skeptics out there and with good reason but I am telling you that if you will just give this a chance you will see results too. There are some people with TMJ or neck problems that probably shouldn't use this device. And if you are over weight you will probably not see results unless you exercise and modify your diet. I hope this will encourage some of you ladies 50 and up to give it a try. Just remember that you will have to stick with it for a lifetime or until something better comes along.

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  139. I have arthritis in my neck and need a way to develop muscles to support the cervical spine. I do resistance exercises with my hands, but this gizmo supplies steady resistance (hands not so much). I use it as directed twice a day and can see a bit of difference happening, but I definitely feel a LARGE difference in terms of reduced pain and increased mobility.

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  140. I have had the "Turkey neck" since having mumps over 60 years ago. This gadget works great. After a week of using it, my husband said, "I can really see a difference." Comparing pictures, it is very evident that it is working great. I'm 72 and it's a thrill to at last, have a beautiful neck, for the first time in my life.

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  141. I came to this site to read reviews on this product but instead laughed for at least a half an hour! Thanks for the humor from everyone's posts. I used my facial muscles while laughing.

    I will try the product but get at CVS.

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  142. I bought mine at Rite Aid and paid $9.99. I have only been using it for about a week, along with exercise and diet, and I am already seeing and feeling results. I give it 5 stars!

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  143. DPPotter said...
    All this Neck bobbing I'm starting to get a stiff neck:)

    Read that and thought right away~
    Your not a female then :X ;)
    Sorry, couldn't resist xoxoxo!

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  144. Thanks for the laugh after reading these. We could make a Larry David show out of the material. The idiot in Canada has to be on it.
    Please excuse my character slur if your are an invalid.

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  145. I've been doing facial exercises since I was 16 yrs old! I am now 47 and have 5 children, 4 grand children and I still get mistaken for being in my late 20's early 30's. Exercises work! Resistance training is better so this product should work. I would combine it with a few of the yoga excercises for the face too.

    Lean your head all the way back, open your mouth, and jut your chin as far out as you can while you slowly close your mouth. Do 10 reps 2-3 times every other day.

    Lean head back jut chin out and swish your cheeks back and forth slowly (like you're gargling in slow mothion). same reps then relax.

    For your forehead open your eyes really wide forcing your eyebrows up as far as you can and hold for a count of 5. 10 reps etc...

    Lift your head up and slowly turn your neck from side to side.

    Lay back on the bed and let your neck 'drop' slowly backwards off the side of the bed stay there for about 10 min. (Unless you start to feel dizzy). Slowly pull yourself back onto the bed and lay there for a few seconds before you try to stand up.

    Gently tap around your eye (especially under neath the eye) with the pads of your fingers.
    (this will help with blood flow and release fatty tissue that builds up under the eye, just be very gentle as this area tends to bruise easily).

    All of these things will help with muscle tone and circulation in your face, which helps with the production of collagen. (An essential ingredient for elastic healthy young skin).

    Another tip: when waking in the morning and just before bed, apply an ice pack to your face for about 5 min. Remember to wrap it in a towel to avoid freezer burn on your face. Your skin will look a little pink afterwards. This is just do to extra blood flow.

    There are many vitamins, minerals & amino acids needed in the production of collagen ie... vitamin A, B6, C, D, E, K, Copper, Zinc, and several amino acids. The best thing to do is take a multi-vitamin supplement and get 10 mins of sun every day (with a good SPF 15 at least, sunscreen).

    You will begin to notice a reduction in the size of your skin pours and smoother skin with regular use of these tips.

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  146. I just bought it at bed bath and beyond a while back and it actually works, It just feels good to know your working those muscles in general then doing nothing at all!

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  147. Picked this up on eBay for $9.49 (free s/h). If it doesn't work, I'm only out 10 bucks. Feel bad for those folks who got played using the website. Like others have said, use eBay, Walgreens or Carol Wright. Less headaches.

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  148. I wish I had read this first, I too had a $19.99 order turn into a $60.78 order and nothing but the run around from the company when I tried to fix the order. I got the same BS about my order not being in the system until the thrid day when it was by some unkown means already processed and shipped out!

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  149. Thank you,pkanext. Your exercise has helped me more than anything else. The Neckline Simmer caused jaw pain and headaches. Save your money and do yoga exercises.

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  150. purchased this weekend at walgreens $20. i am 40, female, 2 neck "rings" and a bit of a turkey neck developing (arrgghh!). never overweight. starting using it last night. will update my progress. CINDY

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  151. day 2 - used the medium coil again for 10 minutes. neck definitely sore but not a big deal to work thru. Can feel the soreness this morning too. There are 2 excercises mentioned - one is just lowering your chin, the other is opening your mouth wide to work on your jaw. I haven't done the jaw excercise but may start that tonight. CINDY

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  152. Just bought it at Bed Bath and Beyond for 19.95. Just started using it. Cant wait to see results! Yes it is a funny gaget but if it works it's worth it!!!

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  153. make a fist with your hand, place it under your chin, and push down onto your fist. Same damn thing... You wasted your money if you actually paid for this piece of crap.

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  154. I bought this for mildly sagging jowls & loose skin in the lower face. After about 10 days, my friend saw the results and asked me to order one for him. As to those suggesting use hand or ball, have tried it -- too hard to get the right load and range of motion. This makes it easy and quick.

    The cream is great -- light, absorbs fast. Don
    't know if it does anything but it feels better than most moisturizers.

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  155. Starting it again tonight (have been sick and not in the mood to do ANYTHING! blah). CINDY

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  156. Hey guys, I was going to go through all the comments to see if someone had already said it but there are too many so pardon me if I'm repeating something.

    It is on amazon for $10.99 plus I think it is $5.88 s/h but I guess that depends on were you live. I'm from Puerto Rico so my s/h fees will always be higher. I am just about to order so I can't really speak for the product, I don't know if it works yet. Will post back here in a few weeks with results!

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  157. you can get them at walmart in the as seen on tv section usually in one of the check-out isles.

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  158. I just got it and I think it is going to work. I will post again after two weeks.

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  159. I got it from carol wright without any instructions! what other exercises am I to do with it other than the one where you lower your head?

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  160. Could someone please clean up this blog site and cut out all the complaining about not reading the WHOLE deal before purchasing. I buy stuff online all the time and you have to do your research before you click "submit". Internet 101 people. Can't complain about extra fees, shipping, etc if you didnt read it all BEFORE you bought the item

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  161. bed bath and beyond has it i got mine for $15 dollars with tax included... I used a coupon too!
    1st day using it and i can feel it working out the muscles i never knew i can work!
    :)

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  163. I will post results as I use the slimmer. I will be going by Gypsy so everyone will know when I post.

    I am almost 47, and 11 years ago I suffered from Bells Palsy on the left side of my face. Since then I have always had some sagging on the one side of my neck, and my face.

    Now I have developed a droopy neck all the way around, and I am developing jowels. Still the left side is always more droopy than the right. This is a big test for me.

    I took pictures of my face from the front and the side, so I can compare photos over time. I also have not told my husband I am using the Neckline Slimmer. He is very observant, so I will see if he mentions noticing a difference as I workout my face with the Slimmer.

    I have been using the product for four days now, and I started with the middle spring, in hopes of having quicker results. The first two days the muscles in my neck and shoulders were stiff and achy. I did not have a headache like a couple of other people complained about. But, I have noticed a little discomfort in my TMJ, like the dentist who posted here, wondered about. But, it is very mild, and I have continued on with the workout. All muscle building exercise comes with some pain, so I am willing to push forward if there is potential for good results.

    Today, the 4h day, the muscles in my cheeks and the side of my jaws feel as if they have had a good work out. It's that same tightening feeling you get when you use weights on your arms or legs. Also when I smile, I see a very slight difference in the muscles over my cheek bones. This is very slight, but noticeable to me. When I smile my jaw area under my cheek bones seems slightly slimmer and my cheek bones seem slightly more defined. It is so slight that I wondered if I was imagining the change, but I am sure I am not. However, at this time I am not noticing a lift in my neck line, or my jowls.

    I smiled at my husband today and he said, you have such a pretty smile. Coincidence? Could be, but he hasn't said that to me in a very long time, and as I said, he is very observant.

    As for the cream everyone keeps talking about, I bought my Neckline Slimmer on ebay and it did not come with cream or a video, just a pamphlet with a couple of exercises and pictures. But, I have a couple of girl friends who use Jergens Skin Firming lotion to firm the skin on their face and neck and they also use coffee grounds. They swear the caffeine in the coffee grounds firms the skin. My skin is prone to out breaks, so I have not tried the Jergens or the coffee grounds. At some point I may try the coffee grounds, but I want to use the Slimmer on its own so I can see the true results.

    Today is January 23, 2010, and I will come back in about a week and give another status report.

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  164. just ordered this today for $9.99 plus shipping for a total of $13.39 now that is a fair price at drugsupplystore even if it turns out to be a crap item I'm not out a ton of money. LOL

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  165. For the woman who is thinking about the coffee grounds... Try Neutragena products, available everywhere, but slightly expensive. I find the best prices at Walmart or Walgreens, depending on which cream I need.

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  166. I visited America 2 weeks ago and when I was there we went to a flea market, when we were there we saw the neckline slimmer for $6. My mum was over the moon because she was going to pay full wack. To be honest, she has only just stated using it but it looks like a load of crap, i dont think its going to work!

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  167. I seen this thing today when I went to buy a comforter at Bed, Bath, and Beyond. I was like a lost puppy, I've never been in that store before. I'm a 25 year old male and I weight about 180 to 185 lbs and am about 5'10". I would say I'm of average build and think I'm a decently attractive guy if you look at me from the front. My profile becomes a strange site because I have a long narrow nose, and what seems to be a shallow neck/double chin.

    I always thought I just didn't have a chin. That really bummed me out and too think I could have a defined neck, chin, and maybe even cheeks from what many of these people are saying. I have fat Cheeks as well and I hate it.

    So My Verdict is I'm going to buy it, it's 20 dollars, I live off passive income so it's not like I'll even work for that 20$. I feel pity for all you skeptics that freak out about 20$ bucks. It's not a lot of money.

    After I buy it, I'll repost here, with before, during and after photos.

    Brian.

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  168. I want to post results but I'm not using it consistently enough... arrgghhh! Cindy

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  169. Buyer Beware of direct order from their website. I not only missed the extra $7.95 shipping for the "mandatory cream", I was billed for TWO SETS to the tune of $71.80! I admit I was in a hurry that day but never have I had this happen and I order online a lot. I suspect is all set up to be an intentional gimmick as the mention of $7.95 slips by subliminally as $19.95 + 7.95 p&h. I do remember seeing an annoying series of pitches and denied all of them before completion of my order. No chance to review order and the confirming the amount. After completion, I tried to print a receipt and a glitch occured and was unable to do so. I didn't worry about it as I assumed I'd get an email confirmation as all companies do as a standard practice. I never got an email confirmation either. The customer service rep said the online distribution system is not set up to do that. VERY STRANGE...Sounds like a great product, but highly disappointed in the sale process experience. Next time I will Not use debit but a credit card who will stand by and protece me when something such as this occurs.

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  170. I am very upset because I ordered the neckline slimmer in good faith. When placing my order, there was an additional $15.90 added and a picture of a large bottle of product claiming to enhance the results of the neckline slimmer. When I received my order, there was not large bottle of the product, but a charge of $15.90 s/h and also a charge of $4.95 p/h. I called the company to dispute it and was told that it was shipping and handling charges. This is a scam and I there doesn't seem to be a solution to prevent others from being tricked with added charges. It will add insult to injury if it doesn't work. I just don't think this product is worth $40.84. Can anyone tell me how I can reach other consumers so that they can avoid these extra costs. The same Neckline slimmer is offered on amazon with no shipping costs.

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  171. A lot of people have been posting on here that we "idiots" need to just diet & exersize, to not buy "stupid products" like this one. I am 25 years old and 125 pounds. I am in decent shape, my bmi is only 19, and i am young, but i am genetically predisposed to a jawline/neck sagging the older i get. It has nothing to do with working out or eating right. I will try a rubber ball as some have suggested, but I wish people would stop posting these comments telling us to work out/eat right. This product is not designed for weight loss, okay? It's to tone your neck/chin muscles. Stop talking trash if you don't even know what you're talking about--not everything is solved by losing weight.

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  172. brian - 20 bucks IS a lot to some people, say a single mother who makes 9 bucks an hour and her childcare is 6 an hour--a very realistic situation. Not everyone has your little "passive income" where you "don't work". Grow up and get out of your pathetically ignorant fantasy world.

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  173. I still have not used it continously. It's now sitting on top of my books by my bed so I will be reminded to use it. Anyone going to post results??? CINDY

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  174. $6.84 on ebay also FREE S&H

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  175. Total Scam. Most Pathetic customer services. They just want to steal money from you. The online ordering system doesn’t even ask you to review your order and they will just directly charge your credit card for 15 $ shipping charge without asking you. And After seeing this if you want to cancel your order they will give one or another excuse and will not cancel it. DO NOT ORDER IT ONLINE. I should have read previous reviews. I am totally unhappy with product.

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  176. Bed Bath Beyond has it in this week's ad for 19.99 plus if you have 20% off coupon-even less

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  177. I've actually used it for 1 week consistently so far (yay!) - my neck feels sore but don't notice a difference yet (I think the ad said give it 1 month). CINDY

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  178. I found one on CLEARANCE at $3.50 at Staples Office Store! Just FYI!

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  179. I got mine on Ebay for only around $9.00, new, with s+h! (: After two minutes, you feel your muscle getting cramped and it's a good cramp! I need to start using it more often. Recommended!

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  180. WOW I just received it in the post yesterday and I've only used it like 3 times and I can see results already!! Haha - I spent £3.99 on this on Ebay - wayheeeeey

    I RECOMMEND U BUY

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  181. yeah- genetically I'm screwed.
    i'm thin & run regularly but, i noticed when i was a kid, every blood related adult in my family, esp on my moms side, turkey necks. its horrific. and it has finally arrived.

    i'm willing to try this (from Bed Bath & Beyond) and other exercises regularly, before conceding to what i believe will be the inevitable: either a) having cosmetic surgery (which i don't really want to do) or b) accepting my turkey neck (which i also really dont want to do).

    i've been looking at the necks of everyone i pass by for the past few weeks. yes, heavy people tend to have a heavy neck. but- thin people, it really can go either way. some have a fine neck, some dont at all. age & genetics are both definite factors, as well as weight. there are some old people who have a really strong neck. some youngish people, thin even, still have a saggy neck.

    i am actually reassured in looking at all these necks in that there are some fine looking people and then to focus, zone in on their neck, well they have a not fine neck. so, maybe the whole may be greater than the sum of ones parts.

    anywhoo, i will exercise on. & keep my chin up, literally. and better posture. and better diet. and more exercise. and meditation. and facial yoga. and positive karma. and . . .

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  182. but yeah, there's no firm evidence offered that this product actually works, other than some users sayso. and the company itself isn't providing any proof.

    it probably doesn't work.
    or only as well any other neck specific exercises.

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  183. I just bought mine at a liquidation center for $3. I don't have anything to lose if it doesn't work.

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  184. Bed Bath and Beyond carries the neckline slimmer for $19.99 Use one of their coupons and save money
    I saw it today, but wanted to read a few comments and then go back with my coupon to purchase it

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  185. hi,You have a very good blog that the main thing a lot of interesting and useful! Neck Ache , thanks

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  186. Going to pick one up for my mom who's been complaining about her neck flab in recent years. The reviews have been largely positive from people that weren't "fat" in general and people that actually used the product long enough to give it a chance. I'll post again in a month or two with the results.

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  187. Are there any sites to see before and after pictures that are not from the manufacturer. Just bought one for 9.99 and have hopes that it will work, but am expecting it not to.
    j

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  188. I purchased the product several months ago but just started using it consistently, daily, for about two weeks..sometimes 2x a day. I started with the lightest coil and have now advanced to the middle one. Beleive it or not, I am starting to see results. At 55, I am not obese (even though I could probably loose 20 lbs.), but as its been stated in previous posts, gravity begins to take its toll. Perhaps I will post again in the next 3 months. Thus far, I am pleased....Again, consistency is the key.

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  189. I purchased the product on June 27, 2011, but I haven't used the product yet, because the DVD instructions that came with the product is defective and I tried to play it on two different DVD players and it doesn't work. I called the company three times to send me another one and they haven't send me one yet and I don't want to return the product. Can any one who has the Instructional DVD send me a copy of it via my e-mail as an attachment and I would really appreciate that. My e-mail address is:
    Roobik3@sbcglobal.net
    God bless you and thank you in advance.
    Roobik

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  190. I read all these reviews and it is so funny. If someone is telling the truth on their results, people think it is a fake comment. So whose telling the truth and who is not.. Just find out for yourself then...

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  191. If anyone is in the Ohio area, this product is selling for 99 cents at Marcs :)

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  192. For those in the SE Massachusetts/Rhode Island area, this product sells for $2.99 at Ocean State Job Lot.

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  193. This product works. You do not need the cream that they try to sell to you. I simply went on ebay and purchased the device for $7 plus $2 shipping. I only use the highest resistance inserts to get the maximum results, spending minimum amount of time. You will need to be patient, results come with time and effort. Hope this helps.

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