Massage gun

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  1. Sonnyboi83 Purple Belt

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    Thinking of getting one but not many reviews available online. Anyone has or experienced with them?

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  2. I Am Legion Silver Belt

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    Keep it away from your nuts.
     
  3. Jack Stevonovich Red Belt

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    just make sure to get a quite one with a brushless motor.

    The older style of those things are very loud like running a powertool.

    The quite ones with a 26 volt motor are dope. Make sure it has a pretty good stall weight.
     
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    You spelled "anus" wrong
     
  5. Dat Boi Yellow Belt

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    How about the Tim Tam that Firas Zahabi peddles?
    Weird ass name, not good for Google optimization but it looks legit.
    Http://www.timtam.tech
     
  6. Jack Stevonovich Red Belt

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    it's super loud and very expensive and it has a low stall weight.
     
  7. weed ベルセルク

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  8. GearSolidMetal I'm here to chew bubblegum and bang your mom. Platinum Member

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    I'd be interested in buying one of these, but so many have fake reviews.

    If there's a quality one on the market, built for years of daily use, I'd buy one in a heartbeat.

    Edit - Not to use on my balls, or anus.
     
  9. Dat Boi Yellow Belt

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    What weight range should we be looking for?
     
  10. monkeyrhythm Blue Belt

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    The latest one with heat option is supposed to be much improved.
     
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    Bet the wife would like one
     
  12. dissectingaorticaneurysm Red Belt

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    TimTams are over 300 bucks. It's just a cordless jigsaw with a massage attachment. You can build one yourself or buy the attachments for a few bucks on ebay.
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    Cordless jigsaws are dirt cheap, you can find em for under 50 bucks. You don't even need a powerful one. I've used the TimTam and it's way too powerful for most uses IMO. Shit hurts.
     
  13. Jack Stevonovich Red Belt

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    I havn't tried anything less than a 26v Chinese hyperice knockoff which has a stall weight of around 55lbs.

    mid 40's might be ok, maybe, but I couldn't really tell you based on stats without actually using the massage gun.

    I have to press pretty hard for it to slow down on a something like my back with the 26 volt.

    Currently their are a bunch of 24 volt Chinese hyperice knockoffs that look interesting but idk how they operate in practice.

    I can't really emphasize enough the importance of the machine not sounding like a power tool and being quite.
     
  14. BFoe Western States Heritage Champion Platinum Member

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    You don’t have to justify yourself to us. YOLO, man.
     
  15. Sonnyboi83 Purple Belt

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    thanks guys, so what I've gathered
    -brushless motor
    -good stall weight
    -heat option

    anyone actually uses one before and what your thoughts on it?
     
  16. supnmunm Brown Belt

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    This one is great

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  17. Crash Lance Purple Belt

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    I should purchase one of these guns.
     
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    I'm not quiet sure about that.
     
  20. ralphc1 Steel Belt Platinum Member

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    Do you mean quiet as in low noise?
     

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