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Conair Foot Spa with Bubbles & Heat

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  • Toe-touch control activates soothing bubbles and heat feature; heat feature will maintain temperature of warm water placed into footbath
  • Includes 1 Pedicure Attachment; attachment and nodes on splashguard and base for extra massage action
  • Extra deep with massage nodes allowing for full foot massage
  • Nonslip feet for added stability
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Conair Foot Spa with Bubbles & Heat + Tea Tree Oil Foot Soak 10 oz + PediFix Soaking Crystals Foot Bath - (6) 1 oz. packets per box
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Product Description

A luxurious spa experience awaits you with Conair’s relaxing foot bath. Step into the bubbling, soothing foot spa. Easy toe-touch control allows you to activate all the features.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 14.8 x 16.9 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004GTSIV4
  • UPC: 074108226495 151903534632 163120534272 132017591162 001910526482 163120775859
  • Item model number: FB5X
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (293 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,256 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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The water is NOT heated in this.
DEBORAH L LICHTMAN
Also, pan is so shallow it barely covered my feet.
Metropotamian
I love the feeling of the bubbles on my feet.
Nikki W.

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222 of 237 people found the following review helpful By Sandylicious on September 20, 2011
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Huh. When I bought this item, it was sold by Amazon, but apparently it's not now. So you can't see the old customer reviews anymore.

I'm giving this product 4 stars because it is a good product for the price. If it were more expensive, I would give it less stars, only because it's very basic. The foot baths that are more expensive probably have more bells and whistles, which might be nice to have, but I don't think you really need it. At the end of the day, they're all tubs for water with bubbles. Of course, if money is no object, then get whichever one you want.

Mine works fine. If you've never tried a foot bath appliance, and you're considering it, go for it. Even a simple one like this feels soooooooo good. It relaxes your whole body.

This one has bubbles and "heat". I put heat in quotations because 1) It doesn't heat up the water itself, the water has to be hot before you put it in, and 2) It's supposed to maintain the water temperature, but I haven't noticed it doing that. The water seems to cool down as quickly as if there were no heating element. But it doesn't matter that much, because you don't typically use it very long. The manual says you should only use it for 10-15 minutes at a time.

There are numerous medical conditions for which the use of this product is contraindicated!!! I don't think that fact is listed in the product description on Amazon, but it really should be. The ones mentioned in the manual are: diabetes, tuberculosis, benign or malignant tumors, phlebitis or thrombosis, hemorrhages, open or fresh wounds, ulcerated sores, varicose veins, poor circulation or bruised, discolored, burned, broken, swollen or inflamed skin. OK, a lot of those you could probably figure out on your own, but still.
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123 of 133 people found the following review helpful By AnnShamrock on November 28, 2011
*** UPDATE ON REVIEW *** (see bottom)-

The directions say add warm or cold water? Who wants a foot massage with cold water? I got my Conair foot bath from WalMart. (not Amazon). Its OK. The bubbles provide a BIT of relaxation. The directions say the heater is not meant to "heat" the water, but merely keep it warm. So my advice. add water hot enough to your liking and sit back with a glass of wine for 15 minutes.
Im going to try it again with Epsom salts. I'm sure there are BETTER massagers out there. But for the price. its not bad.

** UPDATE ON REVIEW ** - i returned it after 2 weeks and here is why. I tried it nearly EVERY DAY for 2 weeks (to give it a fair opinion). and honestly. i get just as much (if not more) pleasure running my feet under the hot faucet in the bathtub. it does not massage at all. it provides SOME bubbles. that's it. its a pain to fill up and carry thru the living room. and its big. i know i will tire of soon it and it will ultimately end up in a closet. I'm returning it to this week and i'm going to buy a humidifier with the money. To me, It's a "NOVELTY GIFT". something you get for Christmas along with Christmas sweaters you wear once and put in the closet.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By DarkSim on April 9, 2012
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This product is great for at home relaxation and foot care. It is quick and easy to set-up and use. The one button activation for the buttons is very convenient. However, the promise of 'heat' from the product is mistaken. It will only get as warm as the water you originally use. Additionally, the bubble jets can easily become covered by your feet while you are soaking them. Overall the product is great and convenient.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Pam on December 23, 2011
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This product claims it will keep the water temp constant.I put hot water in, but it was soon cool. I'll try another brand.
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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Suninchina on February 12, 2012
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I searched online for quite a while, apparently it DOES NOT heat. Yet the real heating ones are way too expensive so I decided to go with this. As it's mentioned by some other reviewers, the heat goes off much more quickly when you turn on the 'heat and bubble' because it doesn't heat and the bubbling makes the water evaporate and quickly get cold. My solution is straightforward: I bought a foam pad and cut a cover out of it, as shown in the picture ( the holes are for the ankles). And it works really well! When I use the foot bath for 30mins with bubbling on, I only need to add hot water once, which mainly due to my feet are too cold at first, and after a while when they are warmed a bit I add some boiling water and keep it till the end.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Shawna on January 8, 2012
I purchased this for my husband, hoping to give him a little pampering after a long day working in the rain. After about five minutes the water was COLD and we started with water that was really hot, figuring the bubbles would cool it down a little and knowing that the heating element was to maintain the temp, not heat the water. The massager is not comfortable at all...more like scratching your foot with a handful of sharp pencils.
Over all, this doesn't work as well as a plastic tote:-(
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Guyton on January 7, 2012
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This is the first product review I have ever written, but I felt the need to do this one so that others looking at this product for the same purpose I did, would be aware of my situation. I ordered this not only for the bubbles, but also for the heat capability. I am a Kindergarten teacher and on my feet most of the day. Recently, my feet have really been causing me a lot of pain and discomfort. The cold weather doesn't help much either. I thought this device would be a good solution to some of my feet woes. The bubbles were, however, there was absolutely NO HEAT!!!! I thought maybe there was a button or something that would turn on the heat function and that I was overlooking it. I never could locate one. I just finally came to the conclusion that the foot bath with bubbles and heat was actually a foot bath with bubbles. Very disappointing to my achy, achy feet!!
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