Enjoy a powerful, percussion massage from the comfort of your own home with this exclusive Prime Day deal on Addsfit Massage Guns.
There's two tiers of savings to claim here, an Amazon voucher available to everyone, and your own TechRadar exclusive promo code. Both stack on top of each other to bring your final price way down. To claim these savings, tick the voucher box on the product page to apply the first discount before adding to your cart. Once you're ready to checkout, you'll then need to use our exclusive promo codes for further savings - simply enter FUTURE111 for the Addsfit MAX Massage Gun, and FUTURE222 for the Addsfit MINI Massage Gun.
Both these quiet massage guns promise to pummel the pain of aching muscles, release muscle soreness, and remove any built up tension – so if you’re in need of a bit of TLC, you won’t find these devices for cheaper anywhere else.
Addsfit Massage Gun deals:
Addsfit MAX Massage Gun:
£159.99 £89.99 at Amazon
Relieve muscle aches and pains with this powerful yet quiet percussion massager. With nine speeds, five interchangeable heads, whether you're an athlete or someone who suffers from muscle tension, grab the addsfit MAX Massage Gun for only £89.99 by applying the on-page voucher before adding to your basked, and then using the code FUTURE111 at checkout.
Addsfit MINI Massage Gun:
£99 £59.99 at Amazon
Portable and super quiet, this palm-sized percussion muscle massager has three speeds, two heads and 27 pounds of stroke force. Select the voucher saving on the product page itself before adding to basket, and then use the promo code FUTURE222 at checkout to pick up this portable massage gun for just £59.99.
It's highly unlikely you'll find these two devices cheaper, even when Amazon Prime Day or Black Friday roll around. Don't forget to apply the voucher on the product page first, and then enter the two exclusive codes at checkout to get the full discount.
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