Homedics BL-300 JetSpa Footbath
- Spinning pedicure center with 3 jumbo attachments; pumice stone, cleaning brush and massage roller
- 4 Powerful jets for deep soothing massage
- Easy tote handle no splash no mess carrying convenience
- Super quiet - enjoy the bubbles not the noise
- Soothing heat helps maintain warm water temperature
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Top Customer Reviews
Yes, this is a fairly quiet footspa, but it is not worth the time nor the money. Please let me tell you why:
The bubbles cause major heat loss and not much benefit as far as a massaging action for my poor feet. I put hot hot water in, and within 5 minutes that water is COLD. Almost colder than if I had it in a plain ol' PAIL of WATER.
I can't use soap or any other type of treatment or additive to the water because it might clog the bubble jets or bubble up to overflow the edge and make a mess. My pail of water doesn't mind any sort of additives.
The fancy shmancy spinning disc thingy only works when held down at just exactly halfway. Too high? Nope, no spinning. Pushed all the way down? Nope, no spinning. Only when my foot is held at juuust the right angle and juuuust the right pressure I get the wonderful benefit of the brush or the pumice or the littly spinny balls.
You know, I'm not sure what the brush is supposed to do for me. Clean my feet? My feet are pretty clean already, and anyway the brush is only able to clean the soles of my feet in any thorough way, just because of the angles involved. The foot tops and toenails get no love.
But it doesn't matter, because I burnt out the motor on the pedicure spinny thingy within 3 days. It doesn't turn anymore, no matter how hard or how lightly I press. So I'm back to just the bubbler and the tepid water.
The bubbler feels nice, but if I place my feet flat on the bottom of the footspa it seems to block or diminish the bubbles, causing me to want to raise up my legs and let the bubbles be free.Read more ›
The foot bath itself is no different then the basic homedics foot bath but this model cost my husband 3 times more.
I think the basic model is just fine and I think you get better results giving a manual pedicure then with this foot bath.
First, it says it's quiet. Ha! It's so loud I was actually a little embarassed to be sitting near by husband with the loud hum of this foot spa breaking the nice evening silence. Second, powerful jets? Um... not so much. Despite all the bubbling and noise the jets caused, your feet barely even feel anything.Finally, and the last thing that really made me dislike this product, was the heat loss. It says it has a heating feature to maintain the warm temperature. It actually got quite cold, and was uncomfortable.
The only way I'd enjoy this product is to put hot water in it and not even bother to plug it in. I just wish I'd known to save my money and buy a plastic tub instead...
This is a horrible product, especially for all it's claims. I'm thinking I might even call Homedics to let them know.
This thing is a horrid product. After only a week, I quit plugging it in because the bubbles/jets are pretty useless and the pedicure attachments are awkward to use and poorly designed.
On top of that, the "bumps" that are glued (or whatever) to the floor of the unit come off. One of mine did tonight, and I learned the hard way that it was glued over A HOLE in the unit's floor. It took me 1/2 hour to mop all the water up from my den floor. Why on EARTH they'd design it like that is beyond me, and my response will be to NEVER buy anything from HoMedics again. What a piece of junk. If you've bought one, you'd be well advised to make sure your "bumps" are secure every time you use it. I've never bought such a disappointing product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just received this footbath and it was in good shape although it was used. Ordered it for my husband's Christmas gift. Husband used it and had great results. Read morePublished on January 13, 2013 by Published Author
This was a gift & I hate to toss it but why keep an ice cold, loud, splash-all-over-everything tub of plastic? I'm always tempted to use it thinking "this time will be different". Read morePublished on December 15, 2012 by llapis
I received this product as a gift from my parents, but still feel bitter that they wasted their money on this junky piece of plastic. Read morePublished on July 8, 2012 by alvina
First of all, you can only put a little over an inch of water in this. My husband purchased it, and the first time he tried to use it had difficulty finding an outlet that worked,... Read morePublished on June 1, 2012 by Alex S
I purchased this in the store, wish I had read the Amazon reviews like I normally do. I put 2 towels under it since I was using it on carpet. Read morePublished on May 13, 2012 by K Hughes
This thing is terrible. The water is cold within 5 minutes, the bubbles are weak and the rotating discs stop spinning if you do anything other than barely touch your foot to them. Read morePublished on April 14, 2012 by Amy W.
I had been looking for a foot bath/spa for a while now. I did some looking here on amazon, and decided i would try to find something here in town, rather than order online. Read morePublished on April 9, 2012 by Demonico
Bought this for my husband thinking he'd need some relaxation after a job spent all day on his feet, unfortunately sopping up a gallon of lukewarm water from the living room carpet... Read morePublished on April 7, 2012 by KatMama