Designed for use both indoors and outdoors. Weighs approximately 1.6 pounds. Helps alleviate pain associated with plantar fasciitis and other foot problems. Theaceae wood construction guarantees the massager is strong and sturdy.
Sometimes emits a pungent odor. Rollers tend to jam and won't roll freely at all times.
Offers multiple intensity levels. Easy to carry with you in a bag or briefcase. Can be used on the feet, legs, arms and other body parts. Delivers results similar to those associated with a deep-tissue massage. Ergonomically designed to match the contours of the feet.
Constructed from cheap, flimsy plastic. Very rigid in comparison to other massagers.
Delivers a kneading effect that is sure to alleviate tension in the feet. Can be placed in a freezer or run under warm water to provide cold or warm therapy. Sold in multiple size options for added convenience. More affordable than many comparable options.
Can be very squishy. Provides limited grip on carpet. May be difficult to roll.
Vibrates to help you gently massage your feet. Includes an Acu-Node surface that enables the massager to replicate the results provided by a deep-tissue massage. Easy to use at any time. Masterfully crafted for long-lasting durability.
Vibration can be weak at times. More expensive than many similar massagers.
Textured foam surface helps improve blood circulation in the feet. Offered in multiple density options. Weighs only 8 ounces. Has been shown to help improve flexibility and address minor issues in the feet. Backed by a one-year manufacturer's warranty.
Massager's surface may be too hard and rigid for some users. Knobs are too far apart.
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Foot rollers are designed to activate acupuncture points along the bottom of the feet to relieve soreness and tension. Simply sit in a comfortable seat and move your feet — one at a time, or together — back and forth on top of the foot roller. Rollers are made out of wood, foam, plastic, or rubber. Some are able to be heated or cooled, and certain models come with a battery-powered vibrating function for extra massaging effect. They are usually used at home but are small enough to be transported on trips or brought to the gym for post-workout relief. Regular foot massages are said to improve overall circulation, as well. Prices range from $9 to $24.