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Rates 5 stars with me..,
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This review is from: Dr. Scholl's DR6622 Toe-Touch Foot Spa with Massage (Health and Beauty)
I'm not sure what people are expecting a foot bath to do..let alone one that cost only $26 and was delivered for free. Quite frankly, I'd like to see what a $100+ foot bath would do, but I certainly won't be paying that much to find out!
This does everything I would want it to do:
It's lightweight, yet sturdy; has a nice comfortable feel and fit to its design; is a name brand; has easy to operate touch toe controls (if desired); the bumpy bottom felt good as I rubbed my feet on them back and forth; and even the little roller attachment on top felt good and was fun to use. What's not to love?
I heated a pot of water on the stove to just the right temperature and carried it over to the foot bath. I had already put a chair and ottoman (with drinks and remotes!) in place and was ready to watch TV.
At first, I plugged it in to see what that would do and found that it was noisy and really didn't do anything in particular, so I turned it off and unplugged it and enjoyed it much better. I choose to regard that as just an 'option'.
Because I heated the water, it stayed PLENTY hot for the whole show, and as I put in Avon's Foot Works Conditioning Foot Soak in my water, it was lovely!
I don't know why one reviewer said it didn't hold enough water - as mine was more than enough.
And emptying was no issue either - carried it to the sink and dumped it. Set it in the dishdrainer and it dried out in no time.
I'm glad I bought it and think you'll enjoy it too. Hope so.