Thumper Massagers Are Incredible!
While Thumper is not a household name for massagers it is a household name for just about any chiropractor that you might visit.
And like me you might be very impressed with the unbelievable massage relief your chiropractors industrial massger gives you.
But please don’t make the same mistake I made and think that this piece of equipment is out of reach just because it is being used at a medical professionals office.
This is what I thought a few years ago when asked what kind of machine they were using on me.
It was not an industry secret because the girl said it was a Thumper Maxi Pro.
I looked it up online shortly after and was expecting a hefty price tag or at least a huge difference between the “use at home” model and the commercial model that my chiropractor was using.
There were a few different types of Thumpers available and the Maxi Pro was available from quite a few different places; Amazon, Sears, Wal-mart, etc… but there were only two heavy duty ones to choose from, the Maxi Pro and the Equine, and they were both about $300.
If you said Wow! to that price don’t feel like you are alone because that is exactly what I said, but I also said wow because I was really expecting around a $1500 price tag for the machine they ued on me at the chiropractor.
I don’t think I would have bought one if it HAD been $1500 but I did buy the $300 model and I have not regretted a penny of it.
I was thinking about trying the less expensive Mini Pro 2 or the Thumper Sport but I really wanted the exact same thing they used on me at the chiropractor office, and that is what I got.
I paid a little more because I got the carrying case and I think I will look into the deal that holds it upside down so I can use it on my feet.
I looked at a lot of Thumper massager reviews and had a hard time find many bad reviews about any of the thumper models.
Quite a few folks who have had theirs for more than a few years have said that if something goes wrong, the folks at the Thumper place will tell you how to fix it (if its something simple like a bolt rattling loose) and they have parts available if it is not so simple.
This is AFTER the one year warranty has expired.
All of the reviews have said that a REAL person stayed on the phone with them and talked them through the repair.
Now that’s what I call service