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Give the gift of muscle relief: Save $150 on the top-of-the-line Theragun Pro

The Theragun Pro is $449, and you can also get the Theragun Elite for $349.

Dave Johnson
2 min read
$449 at Theragun
Theragun Pro: $449
You save $150
$349 at Theragun
Theragun Elite: $349
You save $50

Theragun isn't the only brand selling percussive therapy massage guns, but with its collection of high-powered, versatile models, it rules the roost. Many of the competitors are underpowered, but Theragun genuinely helps with workout recovery by releasing muscle tension and accelerating warmup and cool-down periods -- all without forcing you to rely on any sort of medication. The only problem? Theragun, like Apple, knows it can charge a premium for its products, and so everything is generally overpriced.  I can help with that today: from now though Dec. 19, you can save $100 on the Theragun Pro or $50 on the Theragun Elite. 

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Theragun's flagship product is the Theragun Pro and it is aimed at serious fitness enthusiasts and athletes. It's powerful (60 pounds of force, a reach of 16mm and speeds up to 2,400 repetitions per minute), quiet and features swappable batteries. It's $150 off right now. 


The Theragun Elite isn't much of a step down from the beefier Theragun Pro. It also has Theragun's QuietForce technology, a range of speeds up to 2,400 repetitions per minute and Bluetooth connectivity to a mobile app. The battery isn't swappable, though -- but it's a fair but cheaper in exchange. 

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