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The magical hands of your favorite masseuse are tough to replace, especially after a particularly stressful day, or perhaps a physically-tiring excursion. But the thing about massages is that they can be expensive, which isn’t exactly sustainable. But in recent years, the sports world has introduced the rest of us to massage guns and percussion massagers tools that deliver the benefits of massage without having to book a therapist.

Percussion massagers have been raved about by athletes and casual users, largely due to their efficiency in preventing DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness). Percussive therapy has also been found to help in enhancing range of motion, relieving pain, speed recovery, and promoting healthy circulation. While brand-name percussion massagers are endorsed left and right by fitness influencers, it doesn’t mean that they’re the only effective ones on the market. FirstHealth Deep Tissue Percussion Massager works just as great and costs significantly less. It’s on sale for just $56.99 (reg. $137). 

Powered by a high-torque motor, this massager offers impressively strong performance, all while working noiselessly at only 40 decibels. It has 5 adjustable speeds and 12 massage heads that you can toy around with to target specific muscle groups around your body. There’s a built-in triangular handle that lets you easily grip the massager any way you like, so your arms won’t get sore as you maneuver the tool around different parts of your body.

The deep tissue percussion massage it provides results in full-body relief from soreness and fatigue, while the speed levels allow you to select the right strength for your unique needs. As for the attachments, you can switch them around to cater to your specific concern at any time. For instance, you can use the deep impact attachment to target pressure points, the silicone flathead for compact muscle groups, and the acupoint for hands, feet, and joints. 

The FirstHealth Deep Tissue Percussion Massager, which is also portable and lasts up to 110 minutes on a single charge, is a game-changer. It usually retails for $137, but you can get it on sale for $56.99 for a limited time.

Prices subject to change.

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