, the machines that can hammer out sore and tight muscles, offer therapeutic relief, improve circulation and more, have never been more popular. I mean, who couldn't use some pain relief right now?
To capitalize on that popularity, Amazon is offering a couple of deals thison . We've found the best deals worth buying below, so you don't have to dig through all of the options yourself.
One of our favorite massage guns, the Hypervolt Plus from Hyperice offers three different speeds and five changeable heads for percussive massage therapy. The advertised "quiet glide" technology promises a "whisper-quiet" device. It's also Bluetooth-enabled, so you can sync it with the Hyperice App and run specific recovery programs.
Hyperice says the Hypervolt Plus gives up to 3 hours of use per charge (using a rechargeable lithium-ion battery).
This massage gun by Sportneer comes with six different massage heads and offers five different percussive speeds. This gun also promises to stay quiet and will stay charged for up to 6 hours. (If you don't want it to, it has a 10-minute auto-off switch for safety.)
Another one of our favorite massage guns is on sale at Target, as the retailer rolls out discounts that can compete on Prime Day.
Hyperice's most portable massage gun is the small Hypervolt Go, which -- with its easy-to-use design at 1.5 pounds -- has been approved by the TSA as a carry-on item. The Go has three speeds, comes with two head attachments and seems to truly be made for those on the move.
Although not a massage gun per se, Hyperice's vibrating fitness roller offers the same massaging and therapeutic properties as its hand-held cousins -- and it's on sale at Best Buy.
The fitness roller has settings for low, medium or high-intensity vibrations all through the same easy-to-access button located on the side of the roller. It's a fitness roller with a boost, and for those wondering, it is also TSA-approved for carry-on.
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