Aaaaaah....Amazon’s top-rated percussion massager tamps out tension for just $30

Kristine Solomon
·3 min read

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Turn it on and watch the stress and pain just melt away. (Photo: Amazon)
Turn it on and watch the stress and pain just melt away. (Photo: Amazon)

When I developed sciatica a while back, my piriformis muscle went into spasm, and it was some of the most severe pain I’ve ever felt. Don’t know what sciatica is? Well, frankly put, it’s a giant, literal pain in the butt! The only thing that gave me any relief at all was the percussion massager at my chiropractor’s office.

I can’t say enough about the percussion massager’s miracle performance on deep tissues and painful muscles. So how lucky was I to be able to get one for at-home use during the pandemic? The top-rated Naipo Handheld Electric Deep Tissue Percussion Massager, available on Amazon for just $30 with an on-page coupon, is helping so many of us who are seeking do-it-oneself manual relief.

And if you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? That's painless too — you can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)

Have it your way

If there’s one thing social distancing has taught us, it’s the importance of prioritizing self-care. While stuck earning your livelihood from home, you might not have recourse to the most ergonomic of workspaces, meaning that after hours spent at the computer, you might very well find your body stiff, aching and crying for relief. Naipo's deep-tissue massager lets you knead out knots and spasms in your neck, shoulders, back, legs, feet and more — all by yourself, and easily.

The nodes know: Three of 'em for mild, targeted, or intense treatment. (Photo: Amazon)
The nodes know: Three of 'em for mild, targeted, or intense treatment. (Photo: Amazon)

Just pop on one of three interchangeable nodes, apply the handheld gadget to a sore spot, and it will go to work on the problem area quickly and efficiently. It even has a heat function, which further encourages blood circulation, relaxes tense muscles and essentially acts as your personal masseuse.

The percussion frequency of the massager reaches approximately 3,800 times per minute. Wow! It has earned an impressive 4.4-star rating, with customers applauding the Naipo for its miraculous easing of their aches and pains.

"I really figured that for the wouldn't be very powerful or even help the slightest bit with my tight muscles ....boy was I wrong! This is a steal of a deal, guys!" raves an awestruck five-star reviewer. "This is built well, a high-quality, perfect design for using on all areas of your body — you can reach every single muscle! The power on it is fantastic! The heat function also works great! I don't ever write reviews, but I absolutely had to for this!"

Turn up the heat for deeper penetration. (Photo: Amazon)
Turn up the heat for deeper penetration. (Photo: Amazon)

You knead this

“This is the best massage tool, hands down" says another happy user. "I've been through every comparable massager at this price point. I'm a relatively small, thin, but muscular 63-year-old adult male who's very active with work, surfing, basketball etc. and has many lingering and nagging injuries...and I have come to rely heavily on this massager as an essential, everyday therapy."

While you can’t put a price on your health and comfort, you must admit that if you had to, $33 is pretty darn economical. Translation: The Naipo massager is a small investment with big results. It eliminates fatigue, stress and muscle pain to improve overall well-being. 

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