Prime Day shopping can get tense, but there's an on-sale fix just waiting to help. It's called the Renpho massage gun, and it's a silent powerhouse that delivers five speeds of pulsating pressure to penetrate deep tension and pain. Amazon has it on sale right now for $70 with the current on-page coupon (down from $250), which saves you from the added tension caused by spending a lot of money. Amazon (and other retailers) have excess stock to offload, which is why you can score this massager for such a rock-bottom price right now. If you’re not yet an Amazon Prime member, sign up now for exclusive members-only access to Prime Day deals. Click here for a free 30-day trial.
This powerful massage gun is a hit with Amazon shoppers, who swear by it for relieving sore muscles.
One handy massager
Weighing in at just 1.5 pounds, this gadget will feel comfy in your grip and allow for extended massage sessions without creating another pain in your arm. It even comes with a carrying case for on-the-go treatment.
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Perfect for post-workout recovery or alleviating general aches and pains, the Renpho massage gun stimulates blood flow to improve range of motion, decrease tension, relax muscles and combat general body fatigue.
Functionality is key, and this massage gun has earned top marks. While it may be small, it certainly packs a punch with five customized massage heads and five speeds.
Shoppers love it
With more than 8,000 five-star ratings, you can expect relief. Take it from this five-star reviewer: "I am the type of person who needs a very strong massage and my wife likes to have a soft massage — this massager can do both. It has slow and fast speeds and the different attachments allow for different pressures of massage. This thing can really dig into the problem areas on my body and loosen the muscle up."
"I have been using it daily after work when I am most stressed and along with gentle stretches, it has helped SO much," a sciatica sufferer said.
This deal won't last forever, so get clicking and treat yourself to a hefty dose of healthy pain management.
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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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