Gel Ice Packs for Injuries Reusable Gel (2 Pack) Reusable Hot Pack & Cold Pack Compress for Injury, Pain Relief, Rehabilitation, Flexible Therapy,…
- [50% MORE GEL] – Our packs contain significantly more gel than competing packs, so they stay colder longer! Cheap packs sold by competitors have just a thin layer of gel, but ours are thick, so you can continually apply soothing cold or heat.
- [STAYS COLDER LONGER] – Our gel is designed to stay colder much longer than competitors. Competing packs are warm after 10 minutes, but our proprietary gel stays ice cold.
- [FLEXIBLE AND REUSABLE] We craft our packs from a sturdy, leak proof plastic, so they’re designed to be used over and over again. They’re also designed to remain soft and pliable when cold, so you can mold them to aches and pains on your body. Use them on your knee, ankle, shoulder, neck, head, jaw, elbow, wrist, or anywhere else you need an ice pack.
- [USE BOTH HOT AND COLD] – Our packs can be used both for both cold and hot therapy, unlike competing packs that can only be used cold. Just stick them in the microwave, or the freezer!
- [NO HASSLE 1 YEAR WARRANTY] – We stand behind our products 110%. If you ever have any issues, just get in touch and we’ll happily send a replacement or refund.
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11 reviews for Gel Ice Packs for Injuries Reusable Gel (2 Pack) Reusable Hot Pack & Cold Pack Compress for Injury, Pain Relief, Rehabilitation, Flexible Therapy,…
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Mary M. Hanratty –
I use these for 2 partially torn tendons, leg cramps, soreness and great for migraines. I have 6 in the freezer to be able to use in multiple places at the same time. Or to be able to switch the warm one and always have one ready to go back on my forehead. Great price for a pack of 2. Recommend highly.
S K –
I really like this get pack. I need it for my foot and it is long enough to fit the entire length of my foot. I also like that it is soft enough to mold gently without causing any discomfort. SO, so glad that I got these. They stay cold really well, too.
Sandy Johnson –
This is a good quality product. It’s sturdy, and retains the cold for a long time. If you need to be quite flexible, give it a few minutes to soften up.
Aren’t gel pack not supposed to freeze? The idea is to mold the gel pack over an injury but if it’s frozen solid, it is of little use. Makes it harder to apply.
Liz Swenson –
I’ve tried a lot of cold packs and this one beats them all. Nice size. Pliable right out of the freezer. And the best part is, it stays cold for a long time! I recommend them.
I’ve always had ice packs in my freezer for past injuries and chronic aches and pains.
Nonetheless, it seem like my ice packs do not stay cold more than 12-15 mins tops.
All I have to say is these are the best ice packs I’ve ever used. Not only do they stay cold for well over 20 mins. Once you place them back in the freezer, they harden up pretty quick. I’ll say less than an hour.
Deborah Trumpold –
These Gel packs are well made. Purchased to freeze, as cold packs; however, can be used by heating gel packs in microwave.
A friend of mine used these gel packs together. Two hours later these gel packs were still nice cold.
Note if using on large area of pack; you will need both gel packs based on dimensions. Be sure the dimensions are right for your particular use. Recommend Buy!
So, I (stick through the intro) will preface by saying that I have a LOT and I mean a lot of health issues. I won the genetic mutation lottery and have the joy of being riddled with a million to one in amount of painful health disorders and diseases. Instead of kicking up the meds, I try to spare my liver and kidneys a bit with ice- so very much ice- in dealing with pain. Ice bags, gel packs, frozen vegetables, popsicles(those are for me because I’m one helluva trooper). My point is I’m fairly experienced with it.
So, here we go:
Pros: I loved the intense coldness of these, especially the bigger ones. (Never put these directly on your skin, btw.) It makes alternating heat and cold easier, or if you need a good, safe chill session. Always wrap in something protective. I prefer an adorable tea towel that we do not use for cooking. And by “adorable” I mean mouthy and funny with sailor talk. You pick ones that make you happy; just keep them out of the kitchen.
Colder packs like the bigger one may require two towels layered if they are thinner, or even medium thickness. It depends on your personal sensitivity, where in the freezer the pack was when you froze it, and what your needs are at that moment. Sometimes too much ice can aggravate a migraine and you need something thicker around it to tone it down. It can take trial and error to master the art of ice as a pain treatment long term for chronic issues, or even short term, so don’t give up. Just remember if it’s too cold you can remedy that with the type of wrap, how long you have your pack in the freezer, and sometimes where you have it in your freezer(but that can get complicated because I cannot see your freezer so stick with the first two).
If it is too hard, simply give it a bit of time. I know this is a big complaint with these, so I recommend either freezing them for less time(this depends on your specific freezer so you will have to figure it out since I do not live with you which is a bummer because I am both helpful and hilarious) or letting them sit out for about five to ten minutes(or more), uncovered, until they become workable.
These are a bit of a trade off- you are getting a colder product with less flexibility. The other ones with more flexibility do not get as cold. While you do want to be very careful with applying ice on injuries, those of us with issues like chronic migraine who need something that lasts through the night/half day require an item like this. I double wrap it so it is suitable but not harmful for hours, then remove the thicker, outer wrap and use it for a few more hours. It keeps it at a light chill and is perfect when nothing else is working. Not too cold, but it lasts.
So, to summarize, if you have chronic, pain needs that are in addition to short term, these are perfect. They just require a bit of trial and error and a bit of playing around with.
Cons: They do last a long time but eventually will bust leaks. I work them hard and put them away wet, so keep that in mind, but like with most blue gel packs, there will be leaks that will stain your awesome tea towels and possibly clothing or more at some point.
The edges are hard and there is no escaping that. It’s one of the reasons I use the tea towel buffer.
They are not pliable when frozen. They freeze solid, which as I said may or may not be something you are looking for or willing to work with.
If you are a frequent user of these guys make sure you wash them regularly or they can pick up a funk. That’s just a fun little bonus tip for all ice packs, gel or otherwise. Maybe a little vinegar and dish soap in a cozy little bath.
Personally, I love these things. LOVE. Out of my almost dozen of various ice packs, they are my most used and definite favorite for versatility and duration alone. The few nit pick issues are not a problem IMO and they are very worth it if you have severe chronic pain that requires life long chill therapy(I alternate with a hot water bottle and heating pad to preserve the life of the ice pack). So highly recommended as long as you be patient and figure out how to use it properly.
They get cold quickly. They stay cold for about as long as the recommend you keep them on about 20min (if it were on top of like your knee or something it may stay cooler longer 🤷♂️). I wish it stay cold longer so I could use it twice in one sitting, but I luckily I had to buy two I guess . I don’t really have other gel pack experience so if that description sounds typical then I guess you found a good gel pack I I guess I thought they stay cold longer. The plastic outside is thick and feels pretty tough so I think this will last for quite some time.
I really like these packs. The reason I dropped a star is that the bag and the gel do get rather stiff,(not solid) when good and cold. I use them on my lower back a buttocks so it not a problem in those areas. It would however be hard to use on a knee or elbow (smaller area) that are nice to wrap. They are very durable and should last a long time.
scott mercer –