Wahl 4-Attachment Long Handled Massager

Last updated: November 11, 2021

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Product Details

In our analysis of 87 expert reviews, the Wahl 4-Attachment Long Handled Massager placed 15th when we looked at the top 16 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The Deep-Tissue Percussion Therapeutic Massager relieves pain and fatigue. The variable speed feature allows you to adjust the massage intensity from light to intense. The massager comes with four unique attachments to customize your massage. The unit is corded to provide maximum power. Includes: Massager Head Count (4 Interchangeable Attachments); Massager Type: Percussion; Power Source: Corded & Massager Interchangeable Heads (Deep Muscle Attachment, Four-Finger Flex Attachment, Accupoint Attachment, Raised Bump Attachment)

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Comes with 4 easy to change attachments for a variety of massage needs. User-friendly settings offer multiple levels of intensity. Versatile design can be used on a wide range of problem areas. Generous 8 foot power cord. Very appealing price.
Its four-finger flex massager head will softly massage your neck with finger-like nodes that will replicate the feeling of a massage from an actual human.
The long handle is ergonomically designed so that you can hit hard-to-reach spots.
The Wahl Deep Tissue Massager has a 9-foot long power cable so if your plugs far from the couch, you’re in luck.
It has a variable speed function allowing it to deliver up to 3350 pulses per minute, letting you choose anything from a gentle relaxing massage to a powerful, deep-penetrating one.
But that also means it’s strong enough to get out some gnarly knots.
This massager with five nozzles on a long handle is a quick helper against stress or pain: its huge flat disk kneads large muscles while four finger-like nodes nozzle mimics manual massage.
The Wahl is 15-inches long and isn’t too heavy.
The unique attachment heads have been perfectly designed to perfectly address the targeted pain relief.

What reviewers didn't like

Heavy and bulky. Some find it difficult to use on hard to reach areas.
The one drawback to the Wahl massager is that it has a cord -- I know, blasphemy -- but the versatility and effectiveness truly outweigh that bit of outdatedness.
Two of the attachments have hard pointed ends, and we found these to be too uncomfortable, even on muscle areas.
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