One Of The Best Massage-gun Deals Ever: Just 60
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This percussive massage gun comes with eight attachments (many models have only four or five) and a carrying case.
I'm 51. I sit all day. I also jog and use an elliptical exerciser. And of course I experience garden-variety [/news/how-to-take-care-of-mental-health-during-coronavirus-and-beyond/ anxiety]. Needless to say, at the end of any given day, certain muscles are tight, knotty nightmares. That's why I bought a massage gun a couple years ago -- back when you were lucky to find one priced below $200.
For a limited, and while supplies last, Amazon seller PainpShops has a [ Paiinp Handheld Massage Gun for $59.99] with promo code EDUC25XM. That's only $6 higher than the massager I wrote about last week (which was $49 but carried a $5 shipping charge). It's still exceedingly rare to find one of these for less than $70; many sell for $80-$120.
This model looks very similar to the one I own, right down to the digital display. But how does it differ from the dozens of other off-brand massagers you can find on Amazon and learn.medicaidalaska.com elsewhere? And, for that matter, from the super-pricey ones from Hyperice and Theragun? I can't say, because the only one I've tried is the one I have.
But that one? Pretty amazing. It's a little heavy and noisy, but it definitely does the job I need it to do. Your mileage may vary, of course, but if you've been eyeballing one of these things, the price here is just plain amazing.
Might make a great gift for Father's Day, too.
Read more: [/news/best-percussive-massage-gun-2020-theragun-hypervolt-tim-tam/ The best percussive massage gun for 2020]
Originally published earlier this month. Updated to reflect new sale price and model. Removed expired bonus deals.
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