I mean, I knew I had to recharge, but was stunned to learn that I had to carry all this home from my session with Medtronics....
To recharge ME, I need to sit still for an hour with a disc draped over my device. (a difficult task in itself; I'll watch a movie).
THAT recharger requires a charger that plugs into the wall.
In case you get as confused as me, there are 3 manuals that I can read; in 3 languages.
Then there's the smaller device that looks like a mobile phone.
That tells me if I am switched on or not, and allows me to program the device in me as much as the neurologist allows.
Guess it will be handy to carry around if I accidentally get switched off while walking into a shop with theft control...