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Scholl Rechargeable Footspa £19.80 @ Amazon. rrp £49.99

£19.80 @ Amazon
Product Features: Up to 45 minutes of cordless use Refreshing bubbles and relaxing massage Gel Foot Pads enable an ultra soothing and deeply relaxing massage Reflexology roller plates Accupressur… Read More
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Product Features:
Up to 45 minutes of cordless use
Refreshing bubbles and relaxing massage
Gel Foot Pads enable an ultra soothing and deeply relaxing massage
Reflexology roller plates
Accupressure pads
Waterproof Toe touch controls
Smart heat keeps water warm
Low noise
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#1
Boot sales are full of these unused. lol. No one really uses them.
#2
Nice deal, heat and rep.
Btw I personally wouldn't buy a second hand one - that is just my opinion!
#3
Hot or What?!
Nice deal, heat and rep.
Btw I personally wouldn't buy a second hand one - that is just my opinion!

1st, 2nd or 3rd hand, doesn't really matter. As first poster remarked, nothing more than a waste of precious storage space :x :)
#4
AD959
1st, 2nd or 3rd hand, doesn't really matter. As first poster remarked, nothing more than a waste of precious storage space :x :)


If it was 1p and you wouldn't use it then it'd be a waste of a penny! But if its for a pressie or something you know you want and will use then its a good price I think, nearly £30 off the rrp it cant be bad.

I bought a 'new' one off Ebay, I even emailed to make 100% sure it was new, when it arrived not only was it used but there was dead skin left on the pumice set that came with it! So buying from a car boot gets my thumbs down too Im afraid..

I think its nice to use when you have aching feet but esp in the Summer for pedicures etc:thumbsup:
#5
Does seem like a good price for this, ideal gift for someone. Nice find op.
#6
I bought this just few days ago from TJ Hughes at the same price. I find it good for present and for personal use. I think it is nice combination for soaking your tired feet in some salts and massaging them via vibration. The bubbles function is good too. Some people were complaining that the massage is not too powerful, but I would say it is fine bearing in mind it is vibration massage. If the vibration was stronger I would bet that it will be unpleasant feeling and much noisier. The people who are looking for better feet massage I would recommend manual rolling massagers.

But I am happy with my purchase. It all depends of your expectations.
#7
£20 is just about OK for this if you use it, or for a pressie

£50 RRP is a joke..............but then again at this time of year, so are many things
#8
i have bad foot pain after a accident would this help them?
#9
Gavin01
i have bad foot pain after a accident would this help them?


You'd be just as well having a bath. These things are so damn noisy!
#10
As your doctor.
#11
Gavin01 I too would recommend to ask your doctor if it would help you.
As to noise - yes it produces some noise but I wouldn't call it noisy.
After all you have vibrator and air pump.... So I would be surprise if it works quietly. I would say that it fine, it is not too loud. You can still watch something on the telly with no problem. But still if you do not enjoy massage with vibrating massagers don't buy it. The water goes cold after about 20 min (if it was very very hot at the beginning). But you can overcome this problem by not filling it to the maximum water level and once the water gets colder just top up with more hot water. My personal opinion is that you don't need more than 20 min in the water.
And again this is just my opinion and experience with this device.
#12
buy one 4 my mum and she loves it

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