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Take $50 off this 7-in-1 circulation-enhancing massager

Take $50 off this 7-in-1 circu...
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Whether you've been on your feet all day, just finished a strenuous workout, or have a painful cramp in your leg, the Thermosage 7-in-1 Circulation Enhancing Massager is here to assist. Now on sale at over 30% off, this versatile massage tool is an excellent contender in helping your muscles warm up and recover with ease.

Successfully funded on Indiegogo, Thermosage is designed to send waves of relaxation throughout any problem area and promote circulation in your body. It comes complete with seven different benefits that help target various goals and body areas, no matter where you need it most.

Help out sore muscles with Infra Heating (in mild, warm, or hot modes), relieve swelling and inflammation with cold therapy, help balance your magnetic energy with magnet therapy, and so much more. With an ActiveAir compression feature, you'll even be able to speed up your recovery and get back to your everyday activities without losing precious time. Choose from three different massage modes—shiatsu, tapping, kneading—and create a relaxing method that caters to you. The healing possibilities are endless.

The portable construction allows for ease-free usage in any location, inside or out. With only 30 minutes needed per session, you'll quickly go deep (or gentle) into any muscle. With a built-in self-pump, you'll have complete control over the pressure levels in your massager, making your experience fully customized. It also makes an excellent gift for any friends or family members that need relief from strenuous exercise, poor circulation, or stress-related aches and pains.

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Usually priced at $150, the Thermosage 7-in-1 Circulation Enhancing Massager is currently on sale for $99.99. Ease muscle aches, prevent future ones from occurring, or treat yourself to a gentle massage with this multi-speed gadget that packs a punch.

Prices subject to change.

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