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Spin Spa The Spinning Spa Brush

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  • As seen on TV
  • Battery powered - 3 AAA (not included)
  • Nothing to install
  • Use any soap or body wash
  • Comes with mesh bag to store attachments
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Product Description

Cleans, massages, exfoliates, and more! Includes 5 spa attachments: cleansing; gentle exfoliation; massage; micro-dermabrasion; pedicure. Battery powered. Nothing to install. Use any soap or body wash. Perfect for hard-to-reach areas! Require 3 AA batteries (not included). Water resistant. Includes mesh bag to store attachments. As seen on TV. Made in China.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 13 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FRQNXG
  • UPC: 754502020973
  • Item model number: SPNSPA
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,425 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

If you waste your money on this product, you will have no one to blame but yourself.
S. M. Geary
When you use it in the shower, you cannot apply pressure to the Spin Spa because it will stop spinning.
Eurythmisdom
The equipment belongs at best in a dollar store in a closeout bin for less than a dollar.
V. Taylor

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By SLP on November 19, 2006
I really thought this was a great brush. The balance is good, and the handle isn't slippery when wet at all. It has two speeds and did a great job. I didn't expect much for twelve bucks, so I was very pleasantly surprised at how well this thing worked -- that was for about five minutes. After that, gears inside its little head seemed to rattle and slip and eventually stopped rotating the brush entirely. Now, it just makes noise, leaving me with a twelve-buck back brush.

This really is a good idea for a product and would definitely be worth more if a reliable company made one. Maybe one does. I'll certainly look for one and buy it if I find one. This, however, is just a cheap junk item, something to throw money away on either to see if it really does work or to give as one of those obligatory gifts to folks not at the top of our gift lists.

Since none of my relatives read Amazon reviews, I might just buy a couple more of these.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Heather on August 1, 2006
I ordered this product through a mail order catalog and it looked great. I paid about $20 or so for it and I'd say it may be worth about $5 but no more than that. The pouf attachment works well and is pretty cool since it spins but you still have to put a lot of effort into moving it back & forth & up and down to create a lather (it does not do the work for you which kind of defeats the purpose having a spnning brush) also, the pouf will not last very long, I have been using it for about a month (a few times a week, not every day since it is more time consuming than just using a bar of soap) and the pouf is already starting to get old/used looking and I don't know where to get a replacement pouf.

As far as the other attachments, I will say this-the microdermabrasion STINKS, it does absolutely NOTHING, it has a little opening where you pour whatever cleanser you are using into it and then the cleanser is supposed to come through the microdermabrasion piece, well I poured a decent amount in it and no lather came out, I pured more, then more, then more, until I poured at least enough cleanser for 10-15 uses and STILL it would not come out so I had to pour the cleanser directly onto the microdermabrasion attachment (after wasting 1/2 bottle of cleanser by pouring it inside) and what a disappointment, this piece basically fell apart as soon as it touched my skin. Now, let's move on to some of the other pieces...
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By W. Porter on May 10, 2007
In college I studied planned obsolescence. It is the practice of marketers taking a product into the market place srictly to make a quick profit based on concept alone knowing full well that the product will not last any length of time and is poorly engineered. In short they knowingly make a cheap product for a quick buck. This product fits the bill to a tee. The profile and weight at the head make it an ahtletic challenge just to hold the brush in reverse to scrub your back. The unit is extremely under powered. Any friction at all needed for proper cleaning and exfoliation stops the rotation. The center lug on my brush broke the first day. I would pay a lot more for a brush that would truly do what this brush pretends to do. This product is a joke as a bath brush but it makes a real good home defense club.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. Harris on July 4, 2006
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I was really looking forward to getting this item. As I have difficulty with my joints, and movement in general I thought that this would be a valuable bath aid. It is not.

It is far too weak to be of any practical use. After using it once the "high" setting barely spins, and the "low" setting might just as well be called "off". Pressing it against your skin causes it to just stop spinning, there simply isn't enough power for the SpinSpa to actually work. Even fresh batteries don't help.

Although the pumice stone attachment is actually quite nice as well as two others, in the end they worked better when I REMOVED THEM from the SpinSpa and just used them by hand. Definitely not worth the price I paid to this company.

If you are someone who needs a serious bath aid, save your money and pass this item by. I'm going to look at the other bath aids on this site.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By V. Taylor on October 29, 2006
I made the mistake of ordering this JUNK while watching television late one night. I implore people, do NOT buy this! First off the company totally ripped me off on shipping (I'm actually trying to see if I can bring charges against them on the excessive shipping charge, it was over $25.00 and they didn't tell me that when I purchased it over the phone). The equipment belongs at best in a dollar store in a closeout bin for less than a dollar. Do not be fooled by the appearance of the luxuriating spa experience shown in the ads, nothing could be further from the truth. If you apply any pressure at all the thing actually stops, the one attachment that you put your body wash in does not dispense it, instead it drips it out of the sides of the head. I use pretty expensive body wash and I was really upset to realize that it was leaking out of the attachment and there was no way to get it back out and into the bottle. All in all this is the absolute worse product I have ever purchased and I do a fair amount of shopping over the internet and via infomercials. Based on this experience I will never ever buy another item from an infomercial and I'll be much more careful about internet purchases. The people that are selling this product should be absolutely ashamed of theirselves, they know this is a piece of junk and they're just ripping people off and hoping that no one realizes what crooks they are and what a rip off this piece of garbage is... don't buy it, you will be really disappointed and you'll be just throwing away your money!
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