Black Friday Therabody Offers Again: Save $ 200 On Theragun Professional, $ 25 On Theragun Mini, And Extra – CNET

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In need of the perfect Christmas present for the fitness enthusiast in your life? No sweat. Now is a good time to make a solid proposition with a Theragun massage gun, the gold standard in workout recovery tools. Last year Theragun changed its parent company’s name to Therabody and debuted several new massage guns along with a selection of CBD products. And now the company’s big Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday event is well underway, with savings on available products until November 30th.

My personal favorite is this Theragun Miniwhich is surprisingly powerful for its compact size and is now available in three color options. It only comes with a ball attachment that works perfectly. You can buy additional Theragun attachments, but of course that adds to the cost. This is the lowest price we’ve seen for the Mini and makes an excellent gift.

Therabody is also making an offer to buy, you will receive a free offer TheraOne CBD products, from November 20th.

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Weighing just 1.5 pounds and measuring 6 x 5.3 x 2.4 inches (152 x 134 x 57 mm), the Mini is ultra-portable yet powerful, delivering 20 pounds of power at three speeds (1,750, 2,100 or 2,400 beats per minute). The battery has a nominal capacity of 150 minutes. A neoprene protective cover is included.


Like the Pro and Elite models, the entry-level Prime model is connected to the Therabody companion app via Bluetooth, but has a simple LED instead of a screen. It offers five preset speeds and 30 pounds of power with a battery life of 120 minutes. Four cellular foam attachments are included, along with a protective travel bag.


The Theragun Elite has 40 pounds of strength and isn’t a huge step down from the Pro. Both have swivel arms, but the Pro has an additional removable battery and six additional antimicrobial cell foam attachments instead of the Elite’s five. This device can also be connected to the Therabody app for iOS and Android.

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Targeted at the serious athlete, the $ 599 Theragun Pro (G4) is getting a $ 200 discount, the lowest price we’ve seen for it. With Theragun’s QuietForce technology and an extra battery that can be replaced, the current iteration of the Pro is significantly quieter than the G3 Pro, but not as quiet as Hypervolt’s massage guns. With a force of up to 60 pounds, a rotating arm and ergonomic handle, a deep reach of 16mm into your muscle tissue, and a speed of up to 2,400 repetitions per minute, the Theragun Pro is intended for those who do a legitimate several times a week need percussive therapy. It may still be too over the top for a lot of people – let alone too expensive – but the Elite isn’t a huge drop for $ 300. Of course, the Elite is also connected to the Therabody app for iOS and Android.


This year the company introduced a new “smart” vibrating foam roller, the Wave Roller. I haven’t used it yet, but it’s $ 50 off.

Wave Solo: $ 59

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I like Hyperice’s Hypersphere Mini ($ 99) massage ball, but Theragun’s Wave Solo massage ball is arguably a bit better and a bit cheaper. It’s also roughly the size of a softball (3.4 “or 8.7 cm in diameter), charges with a USB-C cable (a full charge provides up to 200 minutes of battery life), and has three vibration speed options. This is the lowest price we’ve seen for it.

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The Wave Duo is suitable for rolling on both sides of the spine or for placing on top of the shoulder behind the neck while lying down. It also works with other parts of the body like the calves and hamstrings that fit in the gutter. You can apply a little pressure as you roll back and forth and the duo will vibrate at five different speed options.

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Pneumatic compression therapy systems are in great demand these days. Once a high-end niche therapy product for the serious athlete, space age compression boots are becoming mainstream as both Hyperice, which makes Hypervolt massage guns, and Therabody, which makes Theragun massage guns, have acquired and reissued compression therapy companies with new branding and cheaper ones Price tags.

The RecoveryAir is essentially a rebranded version of the RecoveryPump Lite that costs $ 1,200. So Therabody managed to drop the list price on the device significantly in order to reach a wider audience – and this is the lowest price we’ve seen for the Recovery Air.

The good thing about RecoveryAir is that it has what Therabody calls “true negative gradient pressure”. This means that the pressure sequentially travels up the limb from the foot to the heart in four overlapping chambers (you will first feel the boots inflate over your feet), each with slightly less pressure than the last. “The spiral overlap of each chamber has a true negative gradient that is sure to maximize circulation compared to other designs that disrupt airflow and create potentially harmful pressure peaks and valleys,” says Therabody.

Note that you can now also purchase the RecoveryAir Compression Sleeve and RecoveryAir Vest, but they will need the RecoveryAir Pro system, which comes with a different base station and costs more.

Comparison table of Theragun fourth generation massage guns from Therabody.

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