Kailo – A Legit Non-Transdermal Technology Pain Patch


Gokailo.com is an e-commerce vendor of the Kailo Pain Patch. Unlike prescription transdermal pain patches, Kailo does not utilize medicine to manage pain. Instead, Kailo utilizes a unique technology that stimulates the neurotransmitters responsible for pain management.

Domain Information

The website was registered on April 9, 2019.

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Kailo Labs LLC

Kailo Labs LLC is not BBB-accredited, but it is registered on the BBB website. The BBB registration utilizes the address 8184 S Highland Dr., Ste C6B, Sandy, Utah 84093. There is no available phone number on the BBB registration.

Pain Relief Technologies LLC is registered with the State of Utah and DBA Kailo Labs LLC. Kailo Labs owner, Stuart Fetzer, registered the company as an LLC on February 21, 2019.

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Kailo Labs has an A- BBB rating due to a single customer complaint filed on June 17, 2020. The complaint was regarding a refund that was promised and never issued following a delivered return. Kailo Labs promptly responded to the BBB complaint, shifting responsibility to the marketing firm Giddy Up.

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The Kailo Nanotech Pain Patch is the result of a $1.8 million-crowdfunding campaign.

3.7 Amazon Rating

The Kailo Nanotech Patch is available via the Amazon Marketplace. It has racked up a mixture of negative and positive reviews – 21% negative and 51% positive.

The negative reviews are regarding ineffectiveness. Samuel P wrote “Chronic back pain, muscle aches, cramps, this patch does nothing! Don’t be fooled by the testimonials of who are experiencing the PLACEBO Effect from this sheet of paper.”

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Afterword – Kailo Scam

Is Kailo a scam? Is the Kailo non-transdermal technology work? The patch has a mixture of positive and negative reviews on Amazon. A preliminary study revealed “interim” positive results, according to the official website. Fetzer claims his pain patch begins to work in less than 60 seconds after administration. It would not be fair to make assumptions without actually testing the product first.

Kailo Labs is a legitimate company in Utah. The Kailo Nanotechnology Pain Patch is also legit. Whether the patch works or not is questionable, as we have never tried it.

The 3.7-star Amazon rating includes 51% positive reviews, 21% negative reviews, and everything in between.

Kailo Labs claims to offer a free 30-day trial but if you read the offer carefully, you will notice that you need to request a refund before the deadline. This is not a no-strings-attached trial. Your credit card will be charged before your “free” trial order is processed. For your refund request to be authorized, it must be submitted before the trial period ends.

A copy of the free trial offer is provided below.

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