So, you’re looking for a home foot massager to beat the costs of a foot spa! However, there are a lot of options. Simply searching keywords “foot massager” on Amazon brings up over 6,000 results!
To narrow down your options, it helps to know what to look for in a foot massager. Here are a few things to expect from a great unit.
Speed controls Everyone’s foot massage needs are different, so you’ll want some sway as to how intense you’ll want your massage to be. Look for a device with adjustable speed-control settings so taking a load off doesn’t become an unpleasant experience! Each MIKO massager has adjustable vibration settings. Check them out here!
Adjustable heat settings Just as a masseuse uses hot stones to soothe sore muscles, a great home foot massager should replicate this sensation. Try out one of our MIKO massagers to feel the heat as you see fit!
A comfortable, full-range massage Not everyone’s foot and ankle are shaped or sized the same, and a great home massager should reflect this. Be sure to spring for a massager with adequate cushioning that can adjust to all foot sizes — such as the Masuta, which features a 360° rotating handle for this purpose!
Easy cleaning Anything that touches your feet for long periods of time will require cleaning—and nobody wants to spend extensive time doing this! For example, our Masuta II features microsuede foot and leg protectors you can easily wash and reuse.
A remote control Needing to constantly lean over to change your device’s settings can make a massage a pain. So a remote control is a must — and our Masuta II’s is wireless and magnetic so you can adjust your massage on the fly!
A warranty you can trust If your massager breaks without a warranty, you might be left in the lurch for hundreds of dollars! Make sure you find a device with some assurance of replacement, like our MIKO massagers, which come with an optional one- or two-year warranty for $39.99 or $49.99.
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