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Amazon Prime Day: The 7 best massage devices on sale now

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June 21, 2021

After the PGA Tour began permitting players to use percussive massage devices during competition, average golfers have been interested in trying them. It only takes a few moments of testing out the tools to understand how it can help your golf game and overall wellness, but the price tags usually are a little tougher to swallow. Typically, these massage guns are available in the $200-400 price range, and you’ll pay more for more powerful motors, quieter devices and techy add-ons like Bluetooth connection, app capabilities and customizable settings. If you’ve considered purchasing a percussive massage gun, sales events like Amazon Prime Day are a great opportunity to save a little on bigger purchases like this. We rounded up the best deals on massage guns during the Amazon Prime Day sale (June 21-22).
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The Amazon Prime Day Sale is a two-day event with thousands of deals on just about any product you can think of. You have to be a Prime member to access the deals, but the company is offering a free 30-day trial for anyone who signs up. For more info, here is the golfer’s guide to the Amazon Prime Day sale

This deep tissue massager from Hyperice is ultraportable, weighs just 1.5 pounds and has three different speed levels. It comes with two attachment heads, the generic flat head commonly found on percussive massage tools and a drill attachment that will help target problem areas deeply.

$160 (originally $200)

With six interchangeable heads and four speed levels, this massage gun is one of the more versatile on the list. It's also one of the most affordable, with a price tag of $44 during the sale. It has 348 five-star reviews and boasts 45-pounds of stall force in each percussion.

$44 (originally $70)

The touchscreen display on this massage device is easy-to-use and it has four levels of intensity, so you can choose between relaxing bursts to wake up your muscles or deep tissue work to promote circulation and relieve tension in larger muscles.

$96 (originally $120)

For a more portable option, this mini massager has an arm that rotates 90 degrees, so you can extend the reach for easier muscle group targeting in areas like the upper back and hamstrings. It has three speed options and is a great choice for those looking for a simpler device.

$56 (originally $70)

The Hypervolt is another Hyperice device that is great for techy golfers. It’s Bluetooth enabled to sync with the Hyperice App for guided recovery programs and direction. It gets up to three hours of use per charge and is one of the quietest motors on the market.

$280 (originally $349)

This stylish massage gun holds a charge for almost six hours and has 20 speeds to choose from. It’s one of the heavier devices, weighing four pounds, but the motor is ultra-powerful without making too much noise.

$130 (originally $200)

Almost $75 less than the original price, this affordable massager is a top seller on Amazon’s healthcare section. It comes with six heads, including a U-shaped attachment that is great for massing the neck or spine.

$55.25 (originally $130)