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RENPHO Massage Gun, C3 Deep Tissue Muscle Massager $109.99 Delivered @ AC Green via Amazon AU

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The RENPHO Massage Gun has a built-in rechargeable 2000Mah battery, which lasts up to 8 hours after a single charge. It only takes 2 to 3 hours to fully charge.

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  • +1

    Dang, picked up one of these for $130 just a few days ago. Seems to work well though, although I have nothing to compare it too and can't speak on how long it'll last 🤷‍♂️.

    Good first impressions though.

    • +1

      You took the words right out of my mouth…

  • Silly question but are these much good when you are using it on yourself?

    • Yes mostly on your back right in the middle

  • FYI this type of gun vibrates rather than pulsating. That may not make a big difference for a lot of people, but if your muscles are super tight from training it can make a big difference.
    You can pick up a vibrating gun like this one for around $60-70 if you look around and there have been plenty of deals through ozbargain at that price. Happy to be told otherwise re quality etc. but I previously bought one that looked almost identical to this for less than $60. It didn't have two of the attachments that this one has, but I rarely use anything other than the standard ball shape anyway. Its the most versatile and the least likely to hurt yourself with.
    The cheaper gun was great for a massage, but wasn't as effective on my muscles as a pulsating gun. This is mainly from weight training and generally just having very stiff muscles ( masseuses love me!…. not)
    So when a deal for a Theragun popped up (pulsating) I ponied up and haven't looked back. Also way easier to use on yourself because of the design of handle.

    • Do you have any recommendations on pulsating guns?

      • I got the Theragun G3 from Kogan for $229 on last sale. Brilliant for my needs.

    • This brand gets good reviews. I'll be interested to how this compares against my current Theragun.

      • I'd give a bloody good review for my under $60 gun too. They are great for what they deliver, but on a different level to a Theragun.

  • The charger died on mine after 3 recharges, they replaced with a new unit, but it sucks to only get 6 days of usage before dying.

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    I’m here

  • -1

    Literally paid $130 for this yesterday 🤦‍♂️

    • -1

      Mine - of a different non-googlable "brand" - was $70 delivered. It's the same set of tips, I don't believe it works any different, doesn't show the battery level, but has usb-c, so no need for that extra single-purpose charger.

      IMO most people won't use it often enough and can save $40-$130, like I could have.

      • +1

        can you provide link to your $70 massage gun?

        • https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B08PYB14P7/ "B & G Massage Gun Deep Tissue, Portable Percussion Muscle Gun, Body Muscle Professional Handheld Massager for Gym Office Home with 6 Heads Included, 22 Speed Levels (Green)"

          This one. Displays $64.99 delivered next day with Prime at the moment.

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