How to Find the Best Massage Gun?

Most of the massage guns came with a case while some do not. Carrying cases are great for traveling and storing.

Speed Settings

Not all muscle groups can withstand the same pressure. For beginners, adjustable power settings are an important features to consider. Most massage guns are armed with several speeds that start out slow, steady, and gentle and rev up to a rapid, aggressive pounding.

Battery Life

While most massage guns are rechargeable, it’s nice to have one with a solid battery life, especially if you plan on using it on the go. We tend to prefer battery life of at least 60 minutes to minimise charging frequency.

Ergonomic Handle

Massage guns should have an ergonomically designed grip so it feels natural when being held with both hands. This will help avoid any pain or tension after prolonged usage.

Angles

A few massage guns have options for adjusting the angles. This is particularly helpful for therapist ergonomics or reaching difficult areas. If you are going to primarily use this on your own back or hard to reach areas, see the ONLYCARE MG03 for this option.

Attachment Heads

Most massage guns come with a range of different heads. Different sore spots may require differed shaped heads to treat. Standard attachments like the ball or bullet head are commonly included for most devices but unique attachment heads, such as metal head of ONLYCARE MG03, can provide a more complete experience.

Travel Case

Most of the massage guns came with a case while some do not. Carrying cases are great for traveling and storing.

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