May be fit for other purposes
What are these other purposes you speak of?
Drilling holes in plasterboard, really really slowly?
Is that what the kids call it now?
No that is what parents tell the kids if they start asking questions
Watching the BBC.
@LowRange: The reboot of "On The Busses" is quite risqué.
@LowRange: I think you mean “SBS”
Sounds like someone came home to a rude shock?
Kneading dough, ofcourse.
It says it already. It provides 3 kinds of head.
Important correction, thanks
Nah… five not three
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I'm going to leave your vote count at 69
Ha Ha! Comment of the year! 😂😂😂
Maybe fit for other purposes… What other purposes 😏
Like the last photo on the product page.
Saw a similar one to this at Rosebud Plaza - wow - it hurts the shoulders on the hardest setting - it is a percussion massager - it is really NOT fit for other purposes.
Some people like it rough!
turn it up, turn it up, turn it upside down. Love to hear percussion.
Where I come from, rosebud means something different to what they name plazas after…
She does look particularly happy, doesn't she?
Not sure if I wanna try it, might end up with a situation like the OP's username… a friedbanana
The problem with all these devices is you still need someone else to operate them to be truely effective.
Not necessarily, look up Hitachi wand. Pretty popular with single users.
HAHAHA.. you got me good.. i gotta clear my search history now
Dont go googling mango juicer either.
Innocent as it sounds.
It is called Original Magic Wand now
Waiting for the Harry Potter edition.
@Merlict: Just get the broomstick instead.
Vibrating Harry Potter Broomstick Has Parents in an Uproar
Hitachi do wands as well? Thought they only made backup products…
well to be fair…
Hitachi also produces Nuclear Reactors if you're unaware..
@Scythic: I wonder if they produce a nuclear powered magic wand.
@twjr: The Hitachi magic wand might as well be nuclear powered 😏
@Scythic: Gets you off with a big bang?
It either fits or it doesn't fit? There is not maybe about it.
On a more serious note, looks like you can get this off Ebay for about half the price. Would it be worth the extra $$ for warranty?
I got the jigsaw for $25 at bunnings and the massage parts to fit it for $11 on ebay with a low-ball best-offer: $36 total, plus a jigsaw for the occasional jigsaw jobs.
That's the most OzB thing I've ever read
Which model jigsaw did you get?
The one with a lot of sky and flowers. Is it a real pain to complete.
@try2bhelpful: I know right, it only took me a month, but says "3-5 years" on the front.
@roguescholar: genuinely made me LOL.
@roguescholar: i got a really tricky one. it was all light brown all over. it took me ages to finish but it was worth it. when i did there was a cool hidden picture on the back.
Having the wrong attachment fitted in a dark room could be problematic.
another valentine's day gift sorted, thanks oP
Which attachment do you recommend?
Depends where it's being inserted.
Fun for everyone if you use this one
If you want one of these, you'll need to be quick.
This item has gone viral on the Aldi Mums facebook page…
yes, MILFs = Mums I'd Like to Facebook
Huh, TIL JV is one of the 69k members of Aldi Mums facebook page
Shhhh… Don't tell anyone.
May be not maybe
thanks, I knew I had it right the first time
Third time's a charm
Can I use this to nail my shed?
whatever floats your boat ;)
Shed is a weird nickname for a neighbour…
oh dear, Aldi is selling a sports massager, and the inner child just has to come out from all OZBers…
Some people just never grow up.
Yeah I'm into fitness.
Fittin this massage gun…
Came for the comments.
Looks like you don't even need the fitness massage.
You took longer than normal
why did you come inside?
i came IN the comments
The pun was intended. I should've put in in inverted commas.
good thing I came early… gold mines in here 😁
What’s the difference between this one and eBays $65 ones?
Cost to send it across the country and store it on the floor.
The two main ones in the market is Hypervolt ($699) and THERAGUN ($500-$800). These prices are insane, but marketing works.
If you have a jigsaw, you could try an attachment like this.
Other uses explored here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZcSCT34H84
Apparently a guy on youtube recommends a reciprocating saw with a ball attachment to be better value for money…..
I mean it might work out cheaper but those things are loud as f@$&. These will keep your sanity and won't wake up your house and neighbours.
A jigsaw would be easier to hold. Attachments here.
Can 100% back this up FWIW. Louder than you'd like, a bit heavy and you need to be cautious with the speed, but absolutely effective, and cheaper than Hyperice/Theragun premium models. A Ryobi cordless jigsaw/battery kit from Bunnings and a massage bit from "The Mobility Bit" and you're flying.
In general these guns are great for larger muscle groups, particularly glutes, quads, hips - releases in 3 minutes what would require 2-3 massage sessions.
Can also back this up, i have a DIY one and a kogan massager which is similar to this. DIY one is about 5x better.
Any particular reciprocating saw and or cordless jigsaw you guys recommend?
@Talibanana: Preferably one without the saw still attached……… :P
@Forfiet: that was a cutting remark.
@try2bhelpful: I saw that one coming.
@CocaKoala: You like watching, do you?
Ball attachment eh?
Everyone here obviously needs to quit their jobs and become full time comedians.
I tried that, everyone just laughed at me.
I have a massage gun I bought of Amazon. It does feel good and my wife especially likes it.
Honestly though I wouldn't recommend it for…other purposes. Unless you want to cause a tear.
so .. are you recommending or not recommending
is tear good, like happy tear?
Im guessing tear as in muscle tear.
the comments here are just the 2nd reason why i love OzB.
Is people whining 1st? Or is it jv??
Hand in your badge, mate…
that would be the 3rd reason (but a close 2nd). On the other hand, i dont quite know this jv you mentioned.