Bolt massage gun

Bolt massage gun DEFAULT

Bolt Ultra Mini Massage Gun

premvida black.JPG
p bolt red.JPG
premvida black.JPG
p bolt red.JPG


PORTABLE: At the size of an iPhone, the Premvida Bolt Mini Massage Gun is the most portable and powerful massage gun on the market.

  • POWERFUL: 4-Speed frequency levels active your muscles from a light relaxing massage all the way to a high intensity percussion deep tissue massage. Choose your massage level with our one touch button and meet your massage requirement.

  • LONG BATTERY LIFE With its 2900mAh Battery and over 16h in standby time, the Premvida Bolts battery is made to last.

  • FAST USB-C CHARGING: Don't worry about an extra charging cable. The Bolt Electrical Mini Massage Gun is quickly charged via USB Type C.

  • ALUMINIUM BODY: The unique full Aluminum body is equipped with a non-slip spiral texture for optimal grip on the massage gun. The body makes the massage gun durable, light weight and just looks stylish!

Only 1 available

You Might Also Like


HuffPost may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Prices and availability subject to change.


If you’ve ever gotten a massage, you know just how life-changing it can be, whether you’re an athlete constantly dealing with aches and pains or a regular person struggling with good old-fashioned “text neck.” With a few elbows in your back and a few sweeps over those pressure points, you’re suddenly in a lot less pain — and definitely less stressed.

Massage guns have been having a major moment. They have a wide range of price points and users, from trainers and chiropractors to the cast of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.” But do these little (and sometimes extremely expensive) machines really work? And if so, are they worth the money? Let’s take a closer look.

What to know before investing in a super-expensive massage gun

According to an ad for the much-loved TheraGun (which can cost up to $600), the massage gun works by “increasing blood flow, decreasing lactic acid and interrupting the pain cycle in the brain.”

Eva Carey, director of massage therapy at Zeel, said a top-notch massage gun can get the job done — but you should take your time learning how to use each feature. “Higher-end models can offer more application choices,” she said. “And make sure to use them with caution!”

Do the lower-end ones work?

If a $400 to $600 massage gun isn’t in your financial future, worry not — the less expensive ones could be a good investment, too. If you’re willing to take the time to understand how different massage guns work and do your research before buying one, you might be able to find exactly what you need without paying an arm and a leg for it.

“Models work with either a circular or thumping motion, with varying speeds and pressure,” Carey said. “Considerations when shopping for one include weight of the unit, noise (a loud appliance is definitely not relaxing), and number of tips available for generalized or more specific application.”

Her personal favorites massagers are the Hypervolt and MedMassager (which is a little cheaper).

That said, if you don’t mind spending a lot of money on massages, you could stick with the regular kind. Those work pretty darn well and certainly don’t require a learning curve.

Check out these massage guns:

RX Pro-Therapy Impact Massager

Bed Bath & Beyond

Rating: It has a 4.3-star rating.
Speed: This massager has three different speed levels.
Charge: You can power away with a 45 minutes run time.
Need-To-Know Features: You'll find that this handheld massager has three interchangeable applicators for different kinds of massages.
$$$:Find it for $130 at Bed Bath & Beyond.

RENPHO Deep Tissue Massager


Rating: It has a 4.4-star rating.
Speed: The motor on this one goes up to 3600 times per minute.
Charge:This massager can last 140 minutes on a full charge and after 20 minutes, it'll shut off to stop it from overheating.
Need-To-Know Features:
You'll find five interchangeable head attachments and built-in rechargeable battery on this cordless massager.
$$$: Find it for $40 at Amazon.

Tagital 6 Heads 30 Speeds Muscle Massage Gun


Rating: It has a 4.4-star rating.
Speed: Thismassage gun has six massage heads with 30 different speeds.
Charge: The 2500mha lithium battery gives this massage gun a life of eight hours.
Need-To-Know Features: You'll find that this massage gun has a circular head that you can use for a full-body muscle massage and protection from overheating.
$$$:Find it for $80 at Walmart.

LifePro Store Sonic Handheld Percussion Massage Gun


Rating: It has a 4.8-star rating.
Speed: This massage gun has five different levels of intensity from low pressure to powerful.
Charge: With a 16.8V charging port, this massage gun has three to six run time.
Need-To-Know Features: You'll find that this handheld massage gun has an LED panel with an on and off switch, a quiet brushless motor and five massage heads.
$$$:Find it for $110 at Amazon.

Hyperice Hypervolt Portable Massage Device


Rating: It has a 4.5-star rating.
Speed: This massager can deliver up to 3200 percussions per minute.
Charge: You can have up to three hours of use per charge.
Need-To-Know Features: You'll find that this cordless massager has a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and quiet guide technology.
Find it for $299 at Amazon.

Legiral Portable Body Muscle Massager


Rating: It has a 4.8-star rating.
Speed: This massager has a 24V brushless motor and 20 adjustable speed settings.
Charge: With a 2500mAh rechargeable lithium battery, this massager can handle six hours of working time at low speed and takes up to two hours to charge.
Need-To-Know Features: You'll find this massage gun has sixreplacement heads that can help you relax the right muscle.
$$$:Find it for $130 at Amazon.

OPOVE M3 Pro Massage Gun


Rating: It has a 4.8-star rating.
Speed:This massage gun has a 24V brushless high-torque motor that can work through three different speeds.
Charge: With a rechargeable battery, this massage gun has work up to three hours when it's fully charged.
Need-To-Know Features: You'll find that this massage gun has an anti-drop shell that made of glass fiber.
$$$:Find it for $200 at Amazon.

Brookstone Max 2 Percussion Massager

Bed Bath & Beyond

Rating: It has a 4-star rating.
Speed: This massager has five different speed settings.
Charge: It can handle a 120 volt and has acord length of nine inches.
Need-To-Know Features: You'll find that this massager has three different massage programs. It's designed to help with overworked muscles.
$$$: Find it for $200 at Bed Bath & Beyond.

Flyby Deep Tissue Massage Gun


Rating: It has a 4.7-star rating.
Speed: The brushless motor on this massage gun has three speeds and six attachments.
Charge: With a 26V rechargeable battery, this massage gun can handle about four hours per charge.
Need-To-Know Features: You'll find that this massage gun is lightweight, weighing less than two pounds.
$$$:Find it for $80 at Amazon.

TaoTronics Percussion Massager


Rating: It has a 4.9-star rating.
Speed: This massage gun has a 24W motor that can stroke up to 3200 times per minute.
Charge: With rechargeable batteries, this massage gun can work for four to ten hours when fully charged.
Need-To-Know Features: The six massage heads come in different shapes so that you can pick which one to use for your muscles.
$$$:Find it for $110 at Amazon.

Newsletter Sign Up

The best-kept deals, steals and practical finds for the good life

Subscribe to HuffPost’s sales and deals email.

Successfully Subscribed!

Best-kept deals delivered to your inbox

  1. Ip 465 pill
  2. Gesture meaning in tamil
  3. Minecraft 250 x 250
  4. Decorative betta fish tanks
  5. Captain red beard

Body Bolt Massage Gun – Muscle Massage Gun Deep Tissue Massager - Targets Pain Relief and Aids Recovery – Back Neck Shoulders Legs Arms Percussion - Portable Handheld and Ergonomic by Oliver James

Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

Vibration seems just right between 1-3.

Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

When researching this i discovered that the founder was based in london.

Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

I would be great if there was an instructional manual of how to effectively use this.

Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

Update - theragun have a free ios app that gives some basic advice.

Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

I had researched massage guns a lot over the past few weeks desperate for some relief during lockdown but i did not want to pay huge prices for a theragun, i did order another brand of much cheaper gun from amazon earlier this week it was terrible quality and wouldn’t even turn on with no instructions so i have returned it.

Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

Product comes with 12 months warranty - piece of mind.


Rest and recovery have taken an increased focus in recent years as a critical part of training plans for athletes and fitness buffs alike. Not only do they promise to help relieve your sore muscles, but they can help improve circulation and your range of motion after tough workouts. (If it's your neck that's giving you issues in particular, here are our 6 picks for the best neck massagers.) They're more compact than a foam roller, and pack way more punch when it comes to targeting your muscles.

But let's be real... the massage gun market has become totally saturated. And with so many out there, it might be hard to decipher which ones are actually worth your hard earned cash. (Although if you really want to save some dough, you can attempt to turn a jigsaw into your very own massage gun. This guy did.)

Men's Health

If you're totally new to how massage guns works (and how to use them), physical therapist and The Ready State founder Kelly Starrett also shared some guidance on how to best utilize your massage gun. His top tip: use your own movement while deploying the gun.

"One of the things you can do right away if you're using this in a painful site, is to get as much movement into the tissue you're trying to change as possible," he says. "Sometimes we just need to feel better, and that's good enough... But I can do a lot to bias the tissues by giving them some movement context."

Here's what you need to know about the tools so you can to incorporate them into your own routine.

Why Use a Percussion Massage Gun?

“Massage guns can be used as an alternative to the foam roller as a self-myofascial release tool,” says Vinh Pham, a physical therapist and the founder of Myodetox, a manual therapy and movement clinic with locations in Canada and the U.S. He notes that benefits include everything from decreased stress, pain and tissue tension to enhanced recovery, blood circulation and range of motion.

This content is imported from {embed-name}. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

“You can use it pre-workout to warm up the muscles and post-workout to decrease tightness and soreness,” adds Pham.

Want to learn exactly how you should be using one of these buzzy tools? Check out our how-to guide for instructions for best practices before, during, and after workouts.

What to Look For in a Percussion Massage Gun

To learn more about what to look for in a massage gun, we spoke with Pham and Josh Orendorf, a physical therapist, certified personal trainer and the owner of Paceline Physical Therapy in Franklin, Tennessee.

“The three most important things for me are reliability, noise, and battery life,” says Orendorf. “I need something that I know is well-made and won’t malfunction during operation, especially because I’m using it on injured athletes. Noise is the next most important factor. I need to be able to talk to my athletes over the noise of the gun without yelling at them.”

Pham agrees that keeping treatment quiet is a major priority. “Personally, noise to me is number one,” says Pham. “I want to be able to use the massage guns in public, and having it sound like a power tool would make it unusable.”

Next up is battery life, as Orendorf also can’t have guns dying in the middle of treatment. He says that he expects a gun to last several full days without requiring a charge. “You’ll also want to be able to throw the gun in your bag or take it on a weekend trip without worrying about finding an outlet,” he says.

Duane ProkopGetty Images

That list of priorities remains mostly the same for at-home use. Orendorf notes that reliability is still key, and that it’s worth investing in a legitimate brand with high quality standards rather than a knockoff. “Be prepared to spend at least $250 to $350 for a quality product,” he says. “I would be very suspect of guns in the $100 range.”

Of course, even the best guns leave room for improvement. Some options come with convenient travel cases and charging stands—something Orendorf would like to see more products offer. He also mentions that dishwasher-safe attachment heads would make for easier cleaning. And, as the market continues to progress, he hopes for smaller (yet still powerful) designs and Bluetooth app-integration.

But one of the biggest improvements the experts want to see wouldn't even come in the hardware itself. “Personally, I think they need to come with a better instruction manual,” says Pham. “People would benefit a lot more from them if they knew how to use them to their fullest potential.”

The Best Percussion Massagers, Right Now

With these priorities and wish lists in mind, the below massage guns represent some of the best options on the market.

Hyperice Hypervolt

Hypervolt with Bluetooth



The standard entry in Hyperice's Hypervolt line isn't as high-powered as its follow-up (see more on that just below), but that doesn't mean that it can't get the job done.

The lightweight device weighs only 2.5 pounds, so it won't sit like a rock in your gym bag. The quiet motor allows you to switch speeds on demand and change between five different head attachments to vary your experience.

Hyperice Hypervolt Plus

Hypervolt Plus (Bluetooth®)



Hyperice's top gun was developed for elite athletes and fitness enthusiasts. Dubbed the Hypervolt Plus, it drills into your muscles with 30 percent more intensity than the original.

The device still clocks in at a maximum of 3,200 percussions per minute, but each individual percussion is 30 percent more powerful to really target those sore muscles. The battery yields about two hours of use per charge and the simple, T-shaped design is comfortable to grip.

Hyperice Hypervolt GO

Hypervolt GO



Hyperice's Hypervolt GO is 30 percent smaller than the Hypervolt, and made to be portable. It's also ultra lightweight at 1.5 pounds, so you won't be slagging it with you wherever you need it. This model has a high-torque 40 W motor with three speed settings, as well as two different interchangeable head attachments.

Hyperice Hypervolt 2 Pro

Hypervolt 2 Pro



Hypervolt 2 Pro is shaped like a pill for a comfortable grip. It weighs just 2.6 pounds and has 5 speeds of percussion. It also connects via Bluetooth® to the Hyperice App.

Theragun PRO

Theragun PRO



This is Theragun's latest model, with a 300-minute battery life, rotating arm and ergonomic grip, that has four different arm positions and six attachments. It also has five different percussion settings: 1750, 1900, 2100, 2200, and 2400 percussions per minute, with up to 60 pounds of force. The PRO also has 'smart' capabilities with the Therabody app to track progress and data with Bluetooth connectivity. And it has an OLED screen complete with a force meter.

Theragun Elite

Theragun Elite



The Elite model is a slightly smaller option compared to the PRO. It also has five different percussion settings, and up to 40 pounds of force. It comes with five attachments, and has a 120-minute battery life. It's also integrated with the Therabody app via Bluetooth and OLED display.

Theragun Prime

Theragun Prime



Theragun's Prime model is the brand's most 'basic' tool. It also has five different percussion settings, and up to 30 pounds of force. It comes with 4 attachments, and also has a 120-minute battery life. It also includes the Therabody app integration via Bluetooth.

Theragun Mini

Theragun Mini



This pocket-sized model is perfect for transport and portability. It weighs a total of 1.43 pounds, and has 150 minutes of battery life with three different speed settings (1750, 2100 and 2400) and one attachment.

TimTam Power Massager

TimTam Power Massager



TimTam was created by MMA legend George St-Pierre and CrossFit and mobility coach Kelly Starrett—two guys who understand the importance of recovery. The Power Massager delivers percussions at a max rate of 2,500 per minute and has made significant strides in reducing noise as compared to the original. They’re continuing to offer advancements, though.

The brand-new Power Massager Pro is lighter, more powerful at a max of 2,800 strokes per minute, and features a heated tip to further tame your body’s soft tissue.

Power Plate Pulse

Power Plate Pulse With Case


Power Plate's Pulse comes with six different attachments and has four different vibration levels (from 1,300 to 3,300) to rejuvenate tight and sore muscles. It's lightweight (about 2.4 pounds) and comes with battery life of four to five hours per charge.

SEVNODI Y8 Pro Max Percussion Massager

Massage Gun Deep Tissue Percussion Muscle Massager for Pain Relief, Super Quiet Portable Neck Back Body Relaxation Electric Sport Massager(Gray)



This SEVNODI Y8 Pro Max percussion massager is a best-seller on Amazon, and comes with an impressive 12 massage heads, 7 speed levels and 1,300 to 3,200 RPM to really give your muscles the relief they're looking for.

Cryotex Massage Gun (PRO)

Cryotex Massage Gun (PRO) – Back & Neck Deep Tissue Handheld Percussion Massager – Six Different Heads for Different Muscle Groups - 4 Speed Options + 4 Smart Modes



With over 9,000 reviews, this massage gun has a 5-star rating on Amazon. It comes with 6 massage heads and 4 different speed modes, with an LCD touch screen to make adjustments and a convenient carrying case for safe storage and travel.

Kevin GrayKevin Gray is the editor of Bevvy and a writer for hire covering food, drinks, fitness and travel.

Emily ShifferEmily Shiffer is a freelance health and wellness writer living in Pennsylvania. 

This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at


Massage gun bolt

But part of the brain tells me: Think over. You already hurt her. Don't be a beast.

How To Use A Massage Gun For Tennis Elbow - Physical Therapist Teaches

Write, write my little one, she begged. - Yes, and not what he is not small, more than your Maksik will have, Roman mumbled with resentment. - First of all, Max is neither mine. Do you understand. And secondly, small does not mean small, it is just an affectionate word.

You will also be interested:

He walked in her direction to her living quarters. He walked, for some reason, in her direction, and he needed something from her. She attacked him herself. Clamped in the corridor near the cargo vehicle, where the firmly fixed Zenobia flipper stood. Vic even could not think how he ended up in Jama's arms.

10332 10333 10334 10335 10336