Theragun Elite

black and white theragun elite
black and white theragun elite
White Theragun Elite with massage head attachments
Theragun Elite with carrying case, charger, and massage head attachments

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

The Theragun Elite is Therabody’s mid-tier percussive massage gun, straddling the line between the entry-level Theragun Prime and professional-grade Theragun Pro. It features a 16-millimeter amplitude for deep-tissue massage treatment, as well as customizable and pre-programmed speeds between 1750 and 2400 percussions per minute.

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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • 16-millimeter amplitude for deep-tissue treatment
  • Customizable speed ranges
  • Triangular ergonomic handle
What needs improvement ...
  • Doesn't have many more features than the $299 Theragun Prime
  • Heavy and bulky
  • Not the quietest option out there

Product Summary

Theragun is a household name in the fitness industry. That’s because not only was Theragun one of the very first percussive massage guns to hit the market, it’s also been one of the best since it became available direct-to-consumer. Theragun, now rebranded as Therabody because the brand sells more than just massage guns, has improved its percussion massagers a ton since their inception. Theraguns used to be extremely loud and hard to handle, but now they’re much quieter and smoother to operate.

The Elite specifically is a mid-tier model, although most would still call this product a luxury. The Elite is nestled in between the Theragun Prime, the brand’s entry-level option, and the Theragun Pro, the brand’s professional-grade option. It has the expected 16-millimeter amplitude and comes with five massage head attachments.

This massage gun has a QX65 motor, five pre-programmed speeds between 1750 and 2400 percussions per minute, the ability to customize speeds within that range, and a two-hour battery life. It isn’t the easiest thing to travel with, as it’s quite large, but it does come with a carrying case.

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      Summary

      The Elite straddles the line between professional-grade and entry-level percussive therapy.