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These mini massage guns make great Valentine's Day gifts, starting at $40

Soothe your significant other's muscles with one of these affordable, adorable massagers.

Rick Broida Senior Editor
Rick Broida is the author of numerous books and thousands of reviews, features and blog posts. He writes CNET's popular Cheapskate blog and co-hosts Protocol 1: A Travelers Podcast (about the TV show Travelers). He lives in Michigan, where he previously owned two escape rooms (chronicled in the ebook "I Was a Middle-Aged Zombie").
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A mini massage gun like this one makes a great gift.


Flowers and chocolates are all well and good as Valentine's Day gifts, but they don't last. If you're looking for something that's practical, thoughtful and romantic, I can think of few options better than a massage gun.

Early models were big, heavy and expensive. Now I'm seeing a new breed of smaller, lighter massagers that are far more affordable. They're kind of adorable, too. Below I've rounded up three that are pretty similar, with prices ranging from $40 to around $57 (that's after clicking their respective on-page coupons).

Read more: Valentine's Day 2021: Gift ideas for limited budgets and mask-wearing times

All three come with four interchangeable massage heads. All offer four different speeds and USB-C charging. And all promise at least a few hours of operation on a charge (depending on speed, of course).

If you want a case, however, only the JYMY model includes one.

As always, these prices are accurate at the time of this writing. If a product sells out, you may end up at a page showing something very similar, but with a different price and coupon (or none at all). Take a look:

Let me add that I own a very similar massager myself, and it's fantastic. So even if you're not shopping for a gift, it's worth considering one of these for yourself. They can help work out the kinks nearly as well as bigger, pricier models.

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