HyperIce sells power massagers that work at a range of speeds to help warm up muscles and help recover muscles from exercise and soreness. HyperIce instruments are powerful, advertised as being quiet in design, and are made to provide relief on the go or in the home. These HyperIce massages are made to concentrate on targeted pulses of pressure into muscles and tissues of the body. Percussion therapy helps relieve muscle pain, stiffness, and increase range of motion in general activities, exercising, or highly competitive athletics. Percussive therapy helps the superficial muscles and deep muscle fibers as swell. There are three different percussive therapy guns available on Hyperice's website: the Hypervolt, the Hypervolt Plus, and the Hypervolt go. They all cost less than $400. They are made for the neck, upper back, lower back, chest, deltoids, upper arms, forarms, hands, glutes, hamstrings, calves, hip flexors, quads, adductors, feet, and shins. They resolve in immediate treatment and relief for injuries and pain including tight shoulders, bicep tendonitis, carpal tunnel, shin splints, lower back pain, tennis elbow, and they only need to be used usually from 15 to 20 minutes after a workout and it helps a lot of people recover and release the buildup of lactic lactic in their muscles.Shop Now
- HyperIce sells power massagers that work at a range of speeds to help warm up muscles and help recover muscles from exercise and soreness. HyperIce instruments are powerful, advertised as being quiet in design, and are made to provide relief on the go or in the home. These HyperIce massages are made to concentrate on targeted pulses of pressure into muscles and tissues of the body. Percussion therapy helps relieve muscle pain, stiffness, and increase range of motion in general activities, exercising, or highly competitive athletics. Percussive therapy helps the superficial muscles and deep muscle fibers as swell. There are three different percussive therapy guns available on Hyperice's website: the Hypervolt, the Hypervolt Plus, and the Hypervolt go. They all cost less than $400. They are made for the neck, upper back, lower back, chest, deltoids, upper arms, forarms, hands, glutes, hamstrings, calves, hip flexors, quads, adductors, feet, and shins. They resolve in immediate treatment and relief for injuries and pain including tight shoulders, bicep tendonitis, carpal tunnel, shin splints, lower back pain, tennis elbow, and they only need to be used usually from 15 to 20 minutes after a workout and it helps a lot of people recover and release the buildup of lactic lactic in their muscles.
- The Hypervolt Plus is a best seller at HyperIce. It has Bluetooth? connection to the HyperIce app, a high torque 90w motor, patented with QuietGlide technology, has three different speeds of 30 Hertz, 40 Hertz, and 53 Hertz, and it works up to 3200 percussions per minute. The Hypervolt Plus has 5 interchangeable head attachments that are rechargeable, it? patented pressure sensor has three different levels, it weighs only 3lbs, and it's TSA approved for carry-ons.
- HyperIce is a versatile percussion therapy instrument used by several famous athletes and fitness gurus from very different fitness backgrounds. For example, Zak George is a famous crossfit athlete and it? perfect for before and after his multifaceted workouts. Kelly Slater, one of the most famous surfers in the world uses his Hypervolt gun at Surf competitions and once a day to relax his muscles. Naomi Osaka, who just won the women's US Open says that HyperIce prioritizes her health because the percussion therapy helps her muscles loosen up after an intense daily workout- Her body undergoes serious physical activity every day and it helps her perform. Holly Lawrence, a triathlete, Neen Williams a famous skateboarder, and Colleen Quigley, a famous Runner are also big supporters of HyperIce? percussion therapy guns because of the relief it brings to their bodies. Across the board, no matter the sport, athletes from every walk of life can benefit from percussion therapy.
- All of HyperIce's percussive therapy guns can replace a professional masseuse. The Hypervolt, Hypervolt plus, and the Hypervolt go are so thorough in their percussive therapy technology, that the muscles experience a professional massage. The intense pressure on the outer and deep muscle layers, help many users feel the relief that massages provide. The price of a percussive therapy gun from HyperIce compared to the price of a professional massage is also a convincing reason for many users to switch over to just using Hypervolt, Hypervolt plus, or Hypervolt go.
Of the three percussive therapy instruments provided by HyperIce, the Hypervolt GO is least expensive at $199, then the Hypervolt which is typically price at $349 but is currently priced at $299, and then the Hypervolt Plus is priced at $349 but is usually $399. Hypervolt Plus and the Hypervolt both have Bluetooth, the Hypervolt GO does not.
HyperIce has three main percussive therapy products- their highest price is the Hyper Plus for $399. Their Hypervolt GO is $199. While HyperIce only has three options, Theragun has four main options available on their site- pro, elite, prime, and mini on the go. Their most expensive is the pro option at $599, and the lowest is the theragun mini which is $199. There are three percussive massagers at TimTam- pro, all new, and the pocket. There most expensive is the pro at $499 and their least expensive is their on the go pocket percussive therapy instrument at $199. All the portable percussive devices available from these three competitors are the same price. HyperIce has their Hypervolt priced higher than the all new TimTam gun, priced at $249.99. However, both pro versions from TimTam and Theragun are more expensive than the Hypervolt plus. The HyperVolt is more expensive than the comparable Theragun prime option. The Hypervolt Plus at $399 is the same price as the Theragun elite gun. Then, the fourth option on Theraguns website is the pro option, it? the most expensive percussion instrument out of all three competitors at $599. Theragun also has a very expensive 24K gold Theragun option priced at $999.
HyperIce percussive massage therapy guns are not as generally expensive as their competitors. Although the Hypervolt GO is priced at $199 like its competitors on-the-go options, their most expensive gun is only $399 compared to the other Pro options from TimTam and Theragun which are priced at $499 and $599.
The Hypervolt comes with five interchangeable massage heads.The options are bullet, fork, ball, flat, and cushion head. The bullet is used to pinpoint problem areas and release trigger points, the fork has rounded ends to work around specific muscle groups that are sore or in pain. The ball head massager is an interchangeable head for covering a greater surface area- it's the best attachment to start with for narrowing down pain points and figuring out what is sensitive. Then, the flat head is for covering smaller surface areas and dense muscle groups. Finally, the cushion head is for sensitive areas that users don't want to apply as much pressure to. These options allow users to access all muscle groups for a multitude of healing opportunities. Grea
The Hypervolt and Hypervolt plus are very lightweight. At only 3 lbs, these percussive massagers are wonderful for any user because they don? get heavy for a user when self massaging. The Hyperice Hypervolt GO is even lighter, weighing only 1.5lbs. The Hypervolt GO is 30% smaller than the Hypervolt so it's definitely used for providing relief wherever the user goes. It's really great to bring to the gym, for runners after long distance running, for before and after competitions, and great for warming up muscles in cold weather. All of the HyperIce percussive massagers are great to bring places because they're lightweight.
All Hypervolt massagers are backed with a 1 year warranty. HyperIce will repair or replace a customer? product, or any product components for free (within one year from the purchase date) if the product a customer received stops working due to a defect in material or workmanship.
HyperIce percussive massage devices aren't designed well. Both Hypervolts look like hair dryers and the Hypervolt GO looks like a screw driver. They aren't very appealing in design, especially compared to the Theragun options.
The Hypervolt GO could be smaller. Although it's lightweight, it is still fairly big. It's not very "on the go" friendly for the user.
The case and portable charging station for the Hypervolt, Hypervolt plus, and Hypervolt GO are sold seperately. This adds an extra $100 to a customers order.
Although it is less expensive than it's competitors, the Hypervolt percussive guns are still pricey for what they boast they can do. There are other devices on the market that have more attachments, features, and similar power output for half the price.
The ideal target market for the HyperIce percussive massage therapy guns is from 25 to 50 years old. Although it is great for all body types and suggested for ages out of these parameters, the high price of the hypervolt massages cuts the target market to those who can afford it. The hypervolt massager should be targeted towards athletes, gym goers, or individuals committed to weekly exercise and need muscle relief and massage. There is equal gender use for this product. of The three levels of massage intensity on the hypervolt, make it easy for all ages and all skill levels to use this product
How long does the product last?
Depending on how well the user treats their percussive massage gun, the Hypervolts can last as long as the battery can keep charging.
There are currently sales on the Hypervolt and the Hypervolt plus. The Hypervolt typically costs $149, but right now it costs $299. The Hypervolt plus usually cost $399, right now it costs $149. The Hypervolt GO is not on sale. These two sales are not advertised as holiday sales. They were on sale for Black Friday.
GOOD FOR GIFTING?
All HyperIce massagers are great for gifting. Although they are expensive, they are great for all ages. From a highschool guy on the football team to an elderly woman in physical therapy, the HyperIce percussive massagers are a great gift for at home or on the go healing.
HyperIce has great customer service that is user friendly on their site. Their customer service is called Hypercare and they strive to find solutions for everyone. On the HyperIce website, the Hypercare page allows for users to live chat, email, and call. (response time for email is 1-2 business days) No customer service on sundays. Users can also click on their product their struggling with on their Hypercare page and their are troubleshoot videos and options for figuring out problems for users to try. For example, for the Hypervolt, users can click on the FAQ of the product - features, operating, how to clean and care for, returns & refunds, warranty, charging, and safety instructions are all available to the user.Visit Contact Page
The Hypervolt, Hypervolt Plus, and Hypervolt Go are all packaged similarly. They arrive in a cardboard box and inside is a plastic tray with the massage gun, 5 head pieces and charger. There is nothing special or exciting about the presentatoin of the packaging or unboxing.
Orders at HyperIce cannot be canceled, an address can also not be changed. There is free ground shipping for all the percussive massagers and takes on avery 7-10 business days to arrive. All Hyperice orders require a signature when they are delivered to the customers door.