Hyperice Hypervolt

3.3/5

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3.32 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The Hypervolt from Hyperice is an innovative new style of vibrating massage tool—lightweight, cordless, and optimized for precise self-myofascial release. Powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery, the Hypervolt houses a unique, high-torque motor featuring Quiet Glide™ technology with three adjustable speed settings delivering up to 3,200 percussions per minute.

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Made in USA
$375.00

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Pros & Cons

What we like about the product...

  1. The Hyperice is by far the quietest massage gun that we've tested (and we've reviewed over ten of them.)
  2. Delivering a listed 3,200 percussions per minute, although we can't verify that number, we can say that it's a lot.
  3. Thansk to the motor, it is quiet enough to use while watching TV, yet powerful enough to actually work.
  4. There are three-speed settings and four head attachments although we find we mainly use it on the full setting with the stopper head attachment.
  5. The lithium-ion battery lasts 3 hours of full-on power, which equates to about a week's worth of use for us. Charging it is very easy and quick.
  6. Changing out the attachment heads is extremely quick and easy.
  7. Although we're unsure of the long-term benefits, the Hypervolt definitely feels great for warming up and ridding knots.

What needs improvement...

  1. The Hypervolt comes without a case. You have to pay extra for one which is pretty silly considering how cheap it would be to add one.
  2. Beware of buying on Amazon. Many reviewers have pointed out that they received cheap knock-offs.

Product Summary & Specs

The Hypervolt from Hyperice is an innovative new style of vibrating massage tool—lightweight, cordless, and optimized for precise self-myofascial release. Powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery, the Hypervolt houses a unique, high-torque motor featuring Quiet Glide™ technology with three adjustable speed settings delivering up to 3,200 percussions per minute.

This type of targeted deep tissue massage can help relieve common muscle pain and stiffness, improve range of motion and blood flow, and reduce injury risks down the road. With four interchangeable head attachments, it’s also easy to customize your recovery work to any specific region of the body, opening up more options than a standard foam roller or other static mobility tools.

Specifications:

  • Cordless Vibration Massage Device
  • Powerful high-torque motor featuring Quiet Glide™ technology
  • Applications: Self Myofascial Release, Mobility, Recovery
  • 4 head attachments
  • 3 speed settings
  • Lithium Ion Battery – 3 hours of use per charge
  • Lightweight, ergonomic design (2.5LB)
Made In USA

No

Color

Silver/Black

Weight

2.5 LB

Battery Life

3 Hours

GGR Reviews

Hyperice Hypervolt
Rated 3.32 out of 5 stars
5 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 3.3/5
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    8 reviews for Hyperice Hypervolt

    The Bottom Line

    The Hyperice Hypervolt is by far the quietest massage gun that we've reviewed. Despite it being quiet, it's also extremely effective and enjoyable to use. We find ourselves using it while watching TV, warming up for working out, and even while reading, it's just so convenient. If you're in the market for a massage gun, we suggest the Hypervolt over the Theragun due to how quiet and powerful it is.

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