CES mystery gadget: Breo Head and Eye Massager
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CES mystery gadget: Breo Head and Eye Massager

The Breo Head and Eye Massager is the quintessential SkyMall product. A mix of weird, awkward, and intriguing. It definitely works, and well, but is the headache relief worth the price? (AJ Chavar/The Washington Post)

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