Hypervolt Go 2
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The newest massage gun in the Hypervolt lineup, the Hyperice Hypervolt Go 2 makes modest improvements upon the original Hypervolt Go, namely in the additional half-hour of battery life and increased angle of the handle, making it a bit more comfortable to hold.Manufacturer: HypericeCategories: Mobility & Recovery, Massage Tools
Pros & Cons
What we like about the product...
- Lightweight: 1.5 lbs
- 3-hour battery life
- 3 speeds of percussion
- Comes with international outlet adapters
What needs improvement...
- No carrying case
- Only includes 2 massage head attachments
- Not Bluetooth-enabled
Product Summary & Specs
The Hyperice Hypervolt Go 2 is the newest Hypervolt model available, released in April 2022. It’s the successor to the Hypervolt Go, and it improves upon this original with modest changes. For example, the battery life on the Go 2 is 3 hours, compared to the Go’s 2.5 hours. The handle also features a slightly wider angle, making the grip a tad more comfortable. The Hypervolt Go 2 also features an arctic gray aesthetic versus the darker gray and black designs of the other available Hypervolt models.
Although Hyperice does not publish specs like amplitude, stall force, and percussions per minute (PPM), our team of product experts believes it’s safe to assume these specifications are similar to the original Hypervolt Go. In our testing, we estimated the stall force of the Go to be around 20 to 25 pounds; the amplitude to be 9 to 11 mm; and the percussions per minute to range from 1,800 to 3,200 PPM.
All in all, the Hypervolt Go 2 seems pretty similar to the Hypervolt Go, and our team’s overarching opinion is that it’s a good mini massage gun for the price.
Unknown; estimated 9-11mm
Unknown; estimated 20-25 lbs
40-watt brushless motor
3; PPMs unspecified
Yes, for carry-on