Comparison of Similar Products

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Product
History
Daily Usage
Minimum length  usage
Availability
Cost
Portable while using?
Science
Brava
2001: This original breast expansion device was invented around this time. The results were often not long lasting without additional surgical augmentation, to the disappointment of users. However, it was the first of its kind. It is not unusual for new technologies to take time to mature
10 hours
3-5 weeks
Discontinued in 2017.
Appears to be $2500, but it has been listed on eBay for close to $5000, probably due to the rarity,
Yes
Original Brava Paper
EVERA
2011: EVERA, from Korea, is created. It is made by a different company than the original Brava.
8 hours
3 months
May be available through medical practices in certain countries, however it is superseded by EVE RHEA, which is now the recommended product by the creators.
The same as EVE RHEA.
Yes
EVERA and Brava (AESTES) Evaluation

See Figures 6 and 7 for patient images. See Table 3  at 12 weeks and 16 weeks for volume increase.
EveBra
From the creators of the original Brava. It is unclear how it has changed from the original or the reason for the similar name with the Korean device.
10 hours
10 weeks
May be available through medical practices in the US.
Unknown
Yes
See the paper linked in above row under AESTES results. This study states that the results of both devices are similar.
EVE RHEA
2018: EVE RHEA is created. It works faster than EVERA with the same results. It is sold under the name BEbra in Japan.
15 min or 1 hour depending on your goal
3 months
Available here!
$2500
No, this device is larger and more powerful than its precursor. Device must be stationary while using.
Interim report (translation in progress)

See EVERA paper for similar results images.