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Salter EE6817BLKSTKEU7 Cordless Massage Gun - Percussion Handheld Muscle Massager, Electric Deep Tissue Massage Gun, Pain Relief, Fitness Recovery, Rechargeable, 6 Massage Heads, 30 Adjustable Speeds

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We found Shavron's muscle guide particularly useful, helping us identify which muscles we should be aiming for, and target them safely. However, because it's printed on paper rather than presented in an app (as with the Power Plate Mini+), it's a little fiddly to use with one hand while wielding the massage gun in the other. Our expert said it was a cinch to use, with one responsive control button that was easy to reach mid-massage for cycling through the speeds. The lights help show which setting you’re on and will signal when it’s almost out of juice, ensuring you never have to skip a post-workout pummel.

According to the user manual, you should expect up to four hours of continuous use from the Mighty Bliss before the battery dies. During testing, we got roughly half that, about two hours. Recharging took a respectable 60 minutes (and unlike most massagers, we were still able to use the gun during charging). That’s nearly identical to the far costlier Theragun Elite’s battery life and charge times. So all in all, the Mighty Bliss’ battery performance isn’t too bad. Melt away tension, release soreness and relieve aches and pains with the Premium Massage Gun from Salter. Providing a balance between relaxation, relieving tight knots and recovery, this handheld massager can be used pre or post work-out in the gym or at home for a targeted deep massage. Complete with a carry case and 6 interchangeable heads for a customised massager this rechargeable and cordless muscle massage gun has an LED touch control panel with 30 intensity levels to suit your needs. The Power Plate Mini+ ranks highly in our best massage gun list thanks to its sheer convenience. It's one of the smallest guns we've tested, but its highest power settings still deliver a powerful massage that'll really help loosen tense muscles. Our experts at the MH Lab tested the mettle of the best massage guns on the market. And, as the list below shows, they were more than up to the challenge.You can avoid paying all interest for both periods by paying the cash price before the end of the delayed Its five power settings are simple to control, and range from a gentle massage to a vigorous pummelling that's suited to large, particularly tight muscles. It's seriously fast, delivering between 1,400 and 3,200 pulses per minute. It depends on what you will use your massage gun for. If you exercise regularly and find yourself nursing sore muscles post-workout, a massage gun is a handy way to self-massage tight or painful areas. Alternatively, they can be used for relaxation.

We examine and rate each of the massage guns for price, availability, design, features and battery life. We go hands-on on each percussive device by trying out the different heads across their specified uses, as well as any additional features such as heated or cooling functions. At the end of each review, we’ll tell you what kind of use, and individual, each gun is best suited for as well as a list of any weak points we found. Frequently asked questions: How do I use a massage gun the right way? It may be the size of a small water bottle, but it’s brimming with impressive features. You get five interchangeable heads (most mini massagers come with just one or two) and there are five speed settings to flit between, giving you a whopping 25 massage combos to try. If you need some guidance, there’s a handy user manual, which provides step-by-step routines for warm-up, mobility and recovery. According to our tester, these were genuinely useful. Rechargeable and cordless, this targeted deep tissue massager runs for up to 6 hours on a single charge when used at the 40% setting. Massage gun customers should also look at the device’s amplitude. This is the distance the head will travel and how deep the gun hits the muscle. A massage gun with a higher amplitude can feel more intense even at a lower speed than a vibration-type massage gun. The massage guns that have higher amplitude should be able to target a specific area deep into the muscle to help reduce muscle pain and improve blood circulation.

We were impressed with the battery life and weight of this gun, but there are a couple of downsides — the massage gun doesn't have Bluetooth connectivity, so you can't sync it to your app. The app itself isn't all that helpful, especially for beginners. Melt away tension, release soreness and relieve aches and pains with the Premium Massage Gun from Salter. Providing a balance between relaxation, relieving tight knots and recovery, this handheld massager can be used pre or post work-out in the gym or at home for a targeted deep massage. Complete with a carry case and 6 interchangeable heads for a customised massager this rechargeable and cordless muscle massage gun has an LED touch control panel with 30 intensity levels to suit your needs This device offers a lighter touch, so it’s better suited to less intense recovery sessions or general R&R in front of the telly. On that note, it was one of the quietest models we tried, scoring almost full marks in our noise tests. Secondly, no matter how exciting your new massage gun might be, you shouldn't be using it every day. Sports physiotherapists recommend using percussive therapy alongside your other recovery tools, such as foam rolling, or Epsom salt baths. Every few days is enough if you want your massage gun to still be effective.

Massage guns tend to come with a variety of massage heads of all shapes and sizes. Each feels different and are intended for use on different muscle groups. This portable and lightweight massager comes with a convenient carry case and can be used pre or post workout at the gym or at home Very Protect - Replace insurance excludes some situations including not following the manufacturer’s instructions and wilful neglect. Further Relevant Information Choose a model that comes with multiple massage heads, from the standard ball head for bigger muscle groups to cone, wedge and thumb heads for working on smaller and more sensitive areas. If you’re planning to take your massage gun to the gym with you, consider its weight, portability and battery life. How we test massage guns The frequency or speed of a massage gun is usually measured in percussions per minute (PPM) or strokes per minute and tends to be available in the 1,200 to 3,200-PPM range. A higher frequency will deliver a more intense massage. If you want a massage gun that only delivers a surface-level massage instead of a deep, sports-style massage, you would use a lower-power setting on the device.

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It's all about preference, though. Read the intended use of each attachment, give each a go, and follow what feels right for you. If your aim is to get some satisfying relief from post-workout muscle strain and to help reduce soreness in your muscles in the days after a workout, the best massage guns are likely to work well for you and are well worth buying. There is inconclusive research about some of the longer-term scientific benefits of using massage guns, as they are relatively new products that are still being investigated and debated. What we do know for sure is the percussive therapy that massage guns provide helps with instant relief from muscle soreness, and reduces onset muscle soreness (DOMS) by encouraging blood flow to affected areas. Percussive therapy is a fancy name for a massage that's rapid and repetitive and uses vibrations.

Littlewoods Protect - Replace insurance excludes some situations including not following the manufacturer's instructions and wilful neglect. Further Relevant Information Generally, a higher price tag will indicate a more reliable product and, when fully charged, a decent massage gun should last for a few days to a week, based on around 15 minutes' use per day. Men's Health Lab Approved The Hyperice Hypervolt 2 Pro is a well-made massage gun, especially suited for athletes and advanced users. The basic yet solid construction of the Hyperice Hypervolt 2 Pro makes it a good choice for nearly anyone looking to invest in a high-end massage gun. However, a few key factors gear the Pro towards a more experienced user.Move slowly up and down the length of the muscle for around 30 seconds – if you find a particularly sore spot (or ‘trigger point’), spend a little more time on it, but there's no need to apply more pressure. Try not to wince. This muscle massage gun has an easy-to-use LED touch control panel and 30 levels of intensity to choose from, giving you a customised massage that will always hit the spot. This portable and lightweight massager comes with a convenient carry case and can be used pre or post-workout at the gym or at home. It is also great for anyone who suffers from stiff or sore muscles. Select from 6 interchangeable shiatsu heads including round, flat, u-shaped and thumb shaped to bring relief where you need it most.

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