\r\n\r\nHave you seen the movie "Dune?" \u00a0The protagonist, played by a young\u00a0Kyle MacLachlan, must place his hand in a box that contains the heat of a thousand volcanoes. \u00a0Which is anything like this Hand Reflexology Massager from Hammacher \u00a0Schlemmer.\r\n\r\nThe at home massage therapy box costs $120 and uses\u00a0a mechanical air pressure system to knead the hand. \u00a0Supposedly, it takes aim and compresses trigger points on the palm, making it effective at reliving stress and pain after spending countless hours at a keyboard and mouse.\r\n\r\nOnce you insert your hand the soft polyester interior can massage your hand at intervals of 5, 10 or 15 minutes with one to four pressures levels. \u00a0And much like the box in "Dune" it can zap your hand with a bit of infrared heat to promote better circulation, though it won't cook it to a crisp. \u00a0It runs on four AA batteries, so you could very well take it any where you go.