What's included with Chirogun
What's included with Chirogun
What's included with Chirogun
Chirogun use instructions

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  • Comes with 15 massage heads
  • 30 different speeds
  • You get a lot for what you spend (about $100)
  • Estimated amplitude of 9 to 12 mm
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Low noise
  • 2 color options
  • Accessories: 15 attachments and two massage balls
  • Affordable
  • Max speed of 3,200 PPM
What needs improvement ...
  • Users report it feeling bulky
  • Heavy
  • 30 speed options is not as great as it sounds
  • Reviews report battery life not living up to its stated 6 hours
  • Attachments are hard to pull out of the device
  • Users noted a lot of vibration in the handle at higher speeds
  • T-shaped handle feels bulky to many
  • Lacks information on amplitude and stall force

Product Summary


Stall Force

Not specified


30 settings reaching up to 3,200 RPM


15.3” x 4.29” x 11.5” (in case)


15 interchangeable heads (and two bonus massage balls)

Battery Life

6 hours


Not specified


None noted

Noise Level

Max 60dB


5.31 pounds

Battery Type

2550 mAh fast-charging lithium

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      Is the Chirogun worth the hype? Its affordability and multiple attachments are notable features making it attractive to many. While this gun did not knock our socks off, it makes for a good entry-level massage gun for home use.