It’s no secret that training hard can lead to muscle pain, but it’s not always possible or affordable to visit a massage therapist after every workout. That’s where a what are the best massage guns in NZ come in, allowing you to target specific muscle groups to reduce muscle soreness and aid recovery at home.
It also boasts a powerful motor capable of delivering up to 4200 percussions per minute and impressive battery life with up to 8 hours of power. With a range of attachments and multiple speed settings, the Elite D9 is ideal for a wide variety of users and body types.
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Named a ‘gun’ because of its distinctive shape (which is actually quite stupid as a design element since it makes the machines less useful and more dangerous), the HoMedics machine is a serious piece of kit. It’s not the most powerful or quietest in our testing but it has a solid build quality, a good selection of speeds and can be bought at a much more wallet-friendly price than most of the competition.
Another budget option is the rebranded version of the Hyperice Hypervolt massage gun, which is also sold under the Hirix and Theragun brand names. The cost is significantly lower than the real thing but it doesn’t come with advanced features like Bluetooth app control or a force meter and the handling feels a little compromised to us, unlike the ergonomics of the Ekrin Bantam. It’s also not as quiet as the Theragun Pro but still has an excellent battery life of up to three hours.