Lightning Review: Babaka Massage Glasses (Verdict: Face Ticklingly Weird) The Gadget: Microcomputer Massage Glasses. Available as a freebie if you get China-based company Babaka's posture harness (more on that later)... or about $10 if you choose to buy one yourself. The Price: $10 The Verdict: So apparently these things are supposed to help relax your eyes after hours of staring at a computer. As a blogger, I'm always looking for things to keep my eyesight from getting worse... but the benefits of this product seem a little dubious. After wearing it for a couple of seconds, my face started to go numb and I could feel my contacts drying out. I'm still trying to blink moisture back into them. Lightning Review: Babaka Massage Glasses (Verdict: Face Ticklingly Weird) These feelers stimulate the pressure points around your eyes. The Chinese are really big on acupressure. I love acupressure too, but this machine feels less health massage and more sensual massage, if you get my drift. Especially since you can set it to cycle through three modes – continuous vibration, slow pulse vibration and fast pulse vibration. Hmmmm. Lightning Review: Babaka Massage Glasses (Verdict: Face Ticklingly Weird) Oh, and the back brace. My parents insisted I get one to remind myself to sit up straight while I'm working. It kind of works... mostly because every time I start to slouch, it cuts off my circulation and I get light headed. Better posture through oxygen deprivation FTW! [Babaka's site. Chinese only.]