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HoMedics Foot Salon Pro Footbath with Heat Boost Power, Convenient toe-touch controls, 4 Pressure-Node Rollers, Built-in storage, FB-600
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- Massaging vibration and effervescent bubbles soothe tight muscles and relax overworked feet
- Pedicure center includes four attachments that soften and pamper like a salon pedicure
- Heat boost power heats cold water to 98 Degree F in minutes and maintains temperature throughout use
- Four pressure-node rollers provide kneading massage to relax and rejuvenate tired soles and arches
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HoMedics is committed to helping you create a healthy home environment to relax your body, de-stress your mind, and simplify your life. Founded in 1987, we are a trusted leader in health and wellness. Our brand is widely recognized for home massage products, and continues to be the leading innovator in massage technology. Additionally, we carry a full line of in-home wellness products, including air filters, humidifiers, white noise machines, fitness monitors, aroma diffusers, and more.
The HoMedics Foot Salon Pro Footbath with Heat Boost Power delivers effervescent bubbles to soothe tight muscles and overworked feet with a relaxing vibration massage. The four pressure node rollers provide a kneading massage to relax and revitalize your feet. The Foot Salon Pro includes a pedicure center with four attachments to soften and pamper your feet in the comfort of your own home.
- Heat Boost Power heats cold water to 98 degrees in minutes.
- Gentle vibration and massaging bubbles to relax overworked feet.
- Pedicure center with 4 attachments and built-in storage.
- 4 pressure-node rollers provide kneading massage.
- Integrated splash guard helps prevent splashing and spills.
Heat Boost Power
Heat Boost Power heats cold water to 98 degrees Fahrenheit in minutes, then maintains temperature throughout use.
Vibration massage provides a relaxing experience for tired, overworked feet.
Includes four attachments and built-in storage. Rough pumice stone, smooth pumice stone, cleansing brush, and massage roller.
Four pressure-node rollers provide kneading massage to soothe tired arches and soles.
Integrated splash guard helps to prevent splashing and spills, especially while you move the footbath.
The footbath creates relaxing bubbles that provide a gentle, effervescent massage.
The HoMedics Foot Salon Pro with Heat Boost Power delivers effervescent bubbles to soothe tight muscles and overworked feet with a relaxing vibration massage. The four pressure node rollers provide a kneading massage to relax and revitalize your feet. The Foot Salon Pro includes a pedicure center with four attachments to soften and pamper your feet in the comfort of your own home.
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I got this to save money on those pricey salon visits to get my nails done. I've only used it for pedicures as it was designed for, but honestly I think it's versatile enough to be used for your manicures, too. Beats buying a second gadget for the same purpose if your goal is similar to what mine is - to save yourself $30-40 every 1-4 weeks to get someone else to care for your hands and feet. It makes for a very relaxing evening or weekend afternoon in my recliner with my favorite tv show and a glass of wine. Even though I'm the one doing all the work.
For the other features, now that I've attested to the effectiveness of the one everyone wants to know about - THE HEATING - here's how I think they rate.
Bubbling - 3/5
Moderate noise that is muffled once your feet are in the tub. Be careful with any lathering products you might be tempted to put in the tub for your soak because this setting will make MAJOR bubbles like the kind on a cartoon when someone tips over a whole box of bubble bath. Only put in one or two drops at the most.
Vibrating - 2/5
Very noisy to the point that if you're using this while watching tv or talking to someone on the phone you will have to adjust volume to do both. I think this is supposed to give a massaging effect, but honestly I didn't feel anything when I used the vibration function except annoyed. Does not cause as much lather as the bubble setting does.
Heating - 4/5
Like I already mentioned, this feature is VERY GOOD for this price. It heats the water to a nice temp and keep it that way for as long as it's plugged in so you can have a 15 minute soak or take an hour to do a full pedicure and be slow about it. Two minor adjustments that would make this PERFECT that are probably available on higher end units for a lot more $$$. 1) A thermostat to actually set the temperature you want your water/ It just happens to get it right for me, but everyone may not be as pleased as I am with the auto setting. 2) It does not allow you to use ONLY heat, so in order to have heat you must turn on either bubbles or vibration as well. This is a minor inconvenience to me as I'm finishing a pedicure and really don't need the bubbles anymore but would like to still have the tub warm for the foot I'm not working on. Minor, but still an inconvenience, no less.
Attachments - 3/5
These are moderately useful, especially if you don't keep your own pedicure tools around or are just starting out. There are two pumice stones with different grits, a brush, and a roller for massage. They are all mounted to the machine and can be detached for use (yes, even the one in the middle). It's a nice little bonus. Personally, I like the little storage hatch up at the top of the machine with the three attachments not currently in use (whichever is not in the middle) and think this is a great place for me to store my other tools - cuticle nippers & scissors, nail clippers, files, cuticle oil, etc.
Bubbles stop after a few uses due to a poor design. The tiny air pump has no ability to overcome any obstruction in the air lines (which are far to large in diameter) There are no check valves or mechanisms to keep water from migrating into the air lines, which is the cause of the bubble failure.
Removing the lower cover (9 screws on bottom) reveals the air pump. A quick blast of air (blow hard with your mouth) into the intake of the running pump will open the airway and return the unit to bubbling. For longer term use you could remove the bottom vent shutters so you can gain access to the pump without removing the bottom part of the unit each time this happens. Additionally, storing the unit upside down and/or with the front of the unit pointing down may help keep water from draining into the air lines in the future. See photos for a better understanding of what's going on here.