Dr. Scholl's DRFB7006B1 Sole Solutions Foot Spa
- Soothing massage
- Smart heat to keep water warm
- Multiple setting for heat and massage
- Textured basin and splash guard
- Waterproof toe-touch control
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As the ad states: It does not heat the water, but it's a dual layer of plastic that keeps the water pretty warm for a good amount of time. I dumped the bath after 30 min and the water was still warm.
I recommend this product to anyone who loves a good relaxing experience; stands long hours; or like myself - has podiatry issues and is able to use a foot spa.
Yes it's a little noisy but it doesn't drive me completely insane or anything + the bubbles and vibrations feel nice & the additional massagers/pumice stone is a plus as well.
I'm really surprised to say that my dancer feet weren't really sore the next day!!
The reason I took off a star was because the Smart Heat Activator (the thing that keeps your water warm) only works when you turn it on with the bubbles and all. But you can only use this in 15 minute intervals to prevent the motor from burning(doesn't say on the pamphlet but I called the company just in case) which means that during those 15 minutes, the water gets slightly cold. Once you turn it back on it's still nice but definitely not as good as the first time you run it.
But overall this foot bath is a really nice product for $35 & definitely very useful/helpful.
(Btw, this product is the newer version of the older Dr. Scholls foot bath. I personally think this one is much better in terms of relieving sore feet).
*Put some baking soda or a bag of green tea to help relieve feet more. It works!
1. The bottom of the footspa has curves which hug the sole of the foot, which feels very nice.
2. The bubble feature is also relaxing.
3. it is very lightweight, which allows for easy carrying.
1. The tiny plastic nodules on the floor of the footbath are supposed to be relaxing, but they hurt after a while, and become not so soothing.
2. Not deep enough. Because of the ergonomic curve on the floor (which I like), the heel raises about 30 degrees higher than the toes, and leaves me wishing that my entire foot was more submerged.
3. The vibration is so-so...it provides a slightly shaking feeling, which tickles the foot a little.
4. The attachments are not very useful. They just sit there on top of the machine and do not provide any enjoyment for me.
I had a version of the Homedics BL-200 foot spa for a few years before it broke. I loved that footspa, and actually like it more than this Dr. Scholls. If I could go back in time, I would order the Homedics BL-200 again.
All in all, not a bad footspa, but within the same price range, the homedics is better.
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I am very upset . I will attach a video to let judge .
Recently purchased Dr. Scholl's DRFB7006B1 Sole Solutions Foot Spa at Amazon.com.
Unfortunately, expectations exceeded reality...
Probably, it was my own fault. When buying an electrical product from the US, one always has to remember that the voltage there is 110V. Now I need to use AC to AC converter.
Besides, bubbles at left side are not working.
And, man, it is noisy - the level of noise can be compared to the mid-size vacuum cleaner.
When I try to use it, I question myself - do I really enjoy soaking my feet in half-working, very loud device attached to another electrical device by metres of wires? Probably, not that much, at least to the extent that I expected.
But, again, before buying online, I should have done more research. Impulsive buying does not work out the best...
Hope it helps.
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