UComfy is a portable massage device for your feet. The device uses a combination of heat, air pressure and nodes to massage the entire foot - top and bottom.
UComfy has nodes that provide a shiatsu style massage for the bottom of the feet, while air pressure provides a reflexology style massage for the top of the feet.
There are five intensity levels, allowing the user to customize how hard or soft the massage is. An LCD timer makes the intensity levels easy to read and also allows the user to set the length of the massage.
There is a removable cloth where the foot sits, which is machine washable, allowing the product to be clean and sanitary at all times.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Ucomfy is $149.75 and the shipping is FREE!
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- Different Intensity Levels
The intensity of the massage can be easily adjusted by the user. With five different intensity levels, users are able to customize how hard or soft their massage will be.
UComfy is very portable and light enough to move and use around the house, or even outdoors.
- Massages Top of Feet
Unlike similar products, UComfy provides a massage for the top of the feet in addition to the soles of the feet. The top of the foot is massaged through air compression, which many users finds helps decrease overall foot pain.
Should a user want a more relaxing massage, the user can turn on the optional heat setting. The heat will help not only the feet but also help to relax the ankles.
Many users of the product comment on the fact that the massager is very quiet when in use.
The area where the foot sits is covered with a removable cloth. This cloth is machine washable, which ensures the device can be kept clean and sanitary even when used without socks.
Does It Really Work?
UComfy really works. Online reviews of the product are overwhelmingly positive, and seem to be from an equal mix of male and female reviewers.
- Too Hard
The main complaints among users is that the shiatsu massagers for the bottom of the feet are too hard, resulting in a massage that can be too intense.
- Might Not Work for All Sizes
It is not clear what size foot will fit into the device, and the reviews provide mixed information. Some reviewers claim that they are able to comfortably fit their size 14 men's feet into the device, while others say their size 12 women's feet do not fit.
How it's Different from Competitors
Unlike many portable foot massage devices, UComfy provides five different intensity levels - ranging from soft to hard. According to customer reviews, the hardest setting can be very intense, which varies from the main competitors where the complaints tend towards the devices being too soft.
UComfy is also different in that it massages the top of the feet and provides heat. Most foot massage devices only massage the soles of the feet, which doesn't always provide the relief needed.
Users of UComfy suggest starting out on the lowest setting the first time using the device, and to only use it for a few minutes. This is because the massage can be hard for people with very sensitive feet or muscle / joint problems. After seeing how you feel after the first massage, it is suggested going up a setting or two and letting it work for a few more minutes.
UComfy can save a person money. The cost of one UComfy can equal two traditional foot massages, and is a fraction of the cost of quality shoe inserts. Regular use may also improve the users quality of life and help them to work longer and with less pain.
- Decreased Pain
Users of UComfy report a reduction in foot and ankle pain.
- Reduced Swelling
It may be possible to experience a reduction in foot and ankle swelling with the use of the product.