Ucomfy Acupressure Foot Massager
- 24 Infrared Heating Points
- 3 Levels of Inflatable Pressure
- 192 Vibrating Accupuncture Points
- 4 Unique Airbags
- Massage to soothe tired, aching feet and relieve tightness
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What does this product do? You stick your feet in it and press the "Pressure" button. This will inflate the airbags from the top which will push your feet down onto the acupressure knobs. There are controls to adjust the amount of pressure. Then you choose the "Speed" in which those pressure points will be pushing up against your foot. You can adjust the positioning of your foot inside the unit to make sure it's hitting the right spots. There is also infrared heat that's supposed to help with pain relief.
Here are my issues with this product:
1. It is huge. You cannot put this under the bed. It's clunky to move around and it is hard to store. Unless if you have some serious issues where you need this dedicated hunk of a machine out all the time, I can't say it's worth it.
2. The power cord plugs into the front of the machine with the power switch. It falls out very easily. I'm not sure why they would put it in the front and not the back...and have it a bit more secure.
3. It's not "Acupuncture" - it's "Acupressure". There are no needles.
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For me, the heat didn't work very well. It got slightly warm, but I could barely tell. It's also a really large piece of equipment. I was not expecting something that large, so it's been hard finding somewhere to store it.
So, it may work for you, it just wasn't a good fit for me. I'd recommend trying it out before you buy it if possible.
The massager is big, heavy and makes a good impression right out of the box, but actual use is a let down.
First, the height of the unit is problematic. The base itself is both tall and it sits on feet, so from the bottom of the unit on the floor to the massage fingers is a distance of seven inches. I've tried using this while I sit in one of my kitchen chairs, dining chairs, desk chairs, easy chair, and couch - but none of the chairs I already own give me a comfortable experience with this. In order to put my feet inside the massage unit, it feels like my knees are up around my chin (only a slight exaggeration). In that position it's difficult to contort sufficiently to touch the control buttons on top of the unit. This is one product that could greatly benefit from a remote control.
Second, the HEAT setting doesn't produce any heat. It does trigger three sets of four LED lights for each foot, but even the lights themselves fail to produce any warmth. I might think this was a defect in my individual unit but the complaint appears to be widespread.
Third, the massage function is just painful at all combinations of the three pressure and three speed settings. I understand the principles of shiatsu massage, but I believe experience could have been improved by using rubber rather than hard plastic for the "fingers". Also, the Air Pressing / Pressure is also extremely uncomfortable.Read more ›
If you feel all these foot massagers are pricey (which they are) or even overpriced, think about going to a spa or massage envy that cost $70 or $80 an hour and you can get this massager for just about 3 hours of massage envy. I am a runner (10K, Marathon) so it is very nice and convenient to have a foot massager at home to use especially after a long run, instead of having to go out again to a massage place.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
U-hurt would be a more appropriate name for this contraption.
Many of the other reviews sum it up well. The machine is huge and heavy. Nowhere to store this thing. Read more
I LOVE this machine! I have to say tho, if you can't stand acupressure sandals it will hurt your feet! It has no vibration as it advertises. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was really excited about this when I ordered it. All the individual little massaging tips were exactly what I had dreamed of. Read morePublished on March 9, 2014 by Rob Love
Recently I've been on the lookout for a nice effective foot massager that would be a good value. Not a cheap, inexpensive one but a unit that does what it claims without being... Read morePublished on February 27, 2014 by Archie Mercer
It is pricy but really gives you the ultimate foot massage experience. The mix of heat with air and nodes soothes my weary feet.Published on February 27, 2014 by Ulalume Viva Jones