As the New Year quickly approaches, attempting to get into shape is a struggle almost everyone is dealing with. But with new fitness routines comes a whole new set of aches and pains, leaving you stuck on your butt with sore muscles galore.
If running to the masseuse every time you get a muscle cramp isn’t within your budget, take pain relief into your own hands with this stellar Addsfit Mini Portable Massage Gun. Deemed the world’s smallest massage gun, weighing in at just 12.7 ounces, this little guy can give you instant relief from just about anywhere, with the click of a button.
But just because this portable massage gun is small, doesn’t mean it’s any less powerful than other bigger guns out there. In fact, it can provide up to 27 pounds of powerful percussion massage, whether you use it on your back, arms, thighs, and more. And thanks to its three different levels of strength and customized design, you can adjust it to perfectly match your comfort level and needs.
Unlike many other massage guns you’ve used in the past, this portable gadget is incredibly easy to maneuver thanks to its ergonomic design that makes it comfortable to hold no matter where on your body you’re using it. Plus, its super-quiet operation makes it perfect for using at home, at the gym, or at the office since it never disturbs anyone who happens to be around you.
The Addsfit Mini Portable Massage Gun is small enough to fit in your gym bag, purse, or even your car console, making it one of the most portable massagers around. And while you may tote it around with you everywhere, you never have to worry about it collecting germs or getting dirty thanks to its aluminum exterior that’s resistant to dangerous germs and bacteria.
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