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Jollyfit Massage Gun $88.99 Delivered ($11 off) @ Jollyfit Amazon AU

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Many ppl told us they missed and wanted 1 more round. So now we have it now.
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30 Levels - Max 3200RPM
24V Brushless Motor, 2500 mAh Battery.
comes with 110V-220V AU Plug and 6 Massage Attachments (2 New Heads)

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  • +4 votes

    How deep is the penetration/amplitude?

    • -2 votes

      It's not about the penetration/amplitude, it's what you do with it 😏

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      Apparently it's 12mm

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        can you share the link to where it specifies 12mm?

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          I asked the seller and received an email reply. It may be in the questions and answers section on amazon?

      • +2 votes

        I'm a practicing podiatrist, and I have to say if this gun is advertised as penetrating 12mm that is total BS.

        I commonly used ESWT (Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy) and you can mess with frequency (speed of impact - how fast it pulses) & bar pressure (how hard it pulses) but even ESWT works similar penetration to a light globe glow (if you want to give it a visual representation). most impact is felt within 2-3mm of contact and then immediately disperses and becomes weaker and weaker as it goes deeper. Hence why its safe to use around joints as its non destructive to solid structure and just can't get the depth.

        Honestly most of these things are placebo. You'd get as much effect out of a massage ball or foam roller if you remain consistent with a solid stretching regime.

        To summarie, these guns are a gimmick.

        But then again Michael Mosely proved placebo is a powerful tool, so if you think it'll give you $90 of benefit and offer you a health benefit then by all means go for it :-)

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          I actually made one myself using a ozito jigsaw (corded one) which is probably alot powerful and even then, I eventually sold it it as I found my lacrosse ball / foam roller did a much better job.

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          I'm not a professional, but a foam roller, massage ball and chin up bar is all I need to work out those aches.

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          Bought a similar unit from Kogan and if it is placebo then it is well worth it. Use it almost daily and I know it works.

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          Rollers meh, Thumper (https://www.amazon.com.au/Thumper-Maxi-Professional-Electric...) good.
          7 mm penetration.

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            @raybies: Spiky massage ball for $10 bucks can have a penetration depth of 10mm if you press hard enough. Its all about consistency.

            If you find the gun easier to use then go for it, but when free stretches and a 10 buck ball provides the same relief. I don't see the point

            I'm not trying to sell a program or anything, and as I said if it works for you go for it. But fact is any deep tissue massage, even using a cricket ball or golf ball, if force is applied and used on a regular basis is going to give you the same result.

            To each their own.

            I make a living selling people foot orthotics and if you get into the literature there is zero evidence behind them working or doing anything even though i get great success with them.

            I guess if I can go back on my original statement

            If you have pain, pain doesn't just happen it has a cause, so even spiky ball, massage gun, some fancy 600 buck machine will only mask the issue. Unless you stretch, strengthen and address the cause, you may as well just take a panadol a day and say you're cured.

            Don't mean to start a debate. If you get success. Then rock on.

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              @Jedfer84: I guess it's a bit like a blender vs manual whisker… they'll both get you there.
              The Thumper Maxi's pretty good, if expensive… I had a sporting injury which ended up with a spinal fusion L1~L3 and extensive nerve damage from the surgery. I've got a roller, and a bunch of other things, but nothing loosens me up like the Thumper and my lower back seizes up freuquently.

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                @raybies: This is true, protein shaker vs a ultimate blender 4000.

                Do what you gotta do to keep on being you :-)

                Can't put a price on health. Sorry if my initial post sounded out of place. I just try to offer advice. Most definitely not some keyboard warrior.

                I hope your back is ok

                I used to be heavy into bodybuilding and wanted to compete in my 20s, was showing off, slipped my right shoulder blade off the bench during a heavy bench press and BAM!!!! exploded my long bicep tendon. Long term injuries suck the big one. All the best

  • +2 votes
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      Looks like a new model but would be good to confirm the difference. I am tempted to buy even though I have already purchased the Xiaomi gun, been waiting a month for it to come so far and growing very impatient

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        Didn't know I needed one.

        Bought one anyway. :)

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        How much for the xiaomi gun? Was looking at the Yunmai, is this the one you got? Pro model seems good.
        https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/114388295151

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          US $121.79 16%OFF | Xiaomi Yunmai Muscle Massage Pistol Pro Basic 60W Powerful 12mm Deep Tissue Massager Workout Runing Therapy Muscle Pain Relief
          https://a.aliexpress.com/_mLWDmMn

          Yeah got it here, hoping it comes soon, it left China 2nd Sept according to tracking and nothing since!

    • +1 vote

      I got this. It's great for $69

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    Says $99.99 for me

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      Apply the code

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        missed that, sorry

  • +2 votes

    The JollyFit massage gun I bought didn't last for more than the charge the batteries came with. The charger worked and the charging lights lit but the batteries would not charge. I got about 40 minutes use out of it.

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      is 40mins not decent ?
      (seriously asking)

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        According to the specs, battery supposed to have 6-7 hours life.

    • +1 vote

      Lithium batteries sometimes require multiple recharges before reaching full capacity. Not suggesting yours isn't faulty but might be worth a try.

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        Sorry, i could have written it a bit more clearly. I got about 40 minutes out of the charge that it arrived with. After charging all afternoon I got about 5 seconds. Charged it overnight and got 1 or 2 seconds. Totally useless.

        • -2 votes

          You should always do a full charge when receiving lithium devices from the factory before use. You may have damaged the battery.

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            @bargainshooter: Have you got any decent information to back that up? I've used lithium ion batteries for over a decade without charging them when they arrive. Never had any battery related issues before now.

    • +2 votes

      it's fulfilled by amazon and also has a 1 year warranty
      did you try to return it? shouldn't just accept a dud

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        It was returned. I could have got a replacement, but I wouldn't trust their quality control given my experience so I just got a refund.

      • +2 votes

        fair enough

        however, for the potential buyer, i believe this is a reassuring factor, so your negative banana is actually a positive :)

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    According to the ad, .. "Balls, is for the big muscles". Ok, I'm sold <cough>