Ucomfy Pro

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The Ucomfy Pro is a cordless massager that will massage various areas of your body while mimicking the feeling of human hands. You can use it to relieve both pain and stiffness in your arms, legs, neck, shoulders, and upper or lower back. When using it, you'll be able to choose between three different types of massage, six differently shaped attachments, and a variety of speeds. The device doesn't require electricity, as it comes with a lithium ion battery and its own charging station.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Ucomfy Pro is $59.85 and the shipping is FREE!

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How It Works

This device uses percussive therapy to deliver up to 3700 vibrations per minute to whatever body part you're using it on, regardless of which of the six attachments or three styles of massage you've chosen. By doing this, this massager will enhance your circulation, improving the delivery of oxygen-rich blood to the muscles and thereby reducing any pain and stiffness within them. The percussive therapy used delivers strong enough vibrations to help heal your aches and pains, but these vibrations are also gentle enough that they won't put you in more pain.


  • Long Handle

    Each Ucomfy Pro has a handle that's longer than that found on most massage tools, so even if you're not very flexible, you'll be able to extend the tool quite far. The long handle will come in especially handy if you want to reach over your shoulder or around your waist to massage your mid-back.

  • Comfort Grip

    This tool's handle will also offer you a comfortable grip, so if you decide to give yourself a massage for more than a few minutes at a time, the hand you're using won't get sore.

  • Six Attachments

    Each of these massagers comes with six interchangeable attachments that are ideal for different types of pain and / or stiffness within different body parts. Among these are the round attachment that's great for your neck and shoulders and the multi-node head that's ideal for a deep-tissue massage anywhere on the body.

  • Three Massage Styles

    Besides your six attachments, you'll be able to choose between three styles of massage when you use this device. The styles include Shiatsu ( mimics finger pressure ), kneading and pulsing, and you can use all three at various speeds.

  • Portable

    Since this tool is battery-operated and smaller than a baseball bat, you'll be able to take it with you almost anywhere without worrying about finding an electrical outlet. When you're not using the tool, you can simply leave it in the included charging station and let the battery recharge for its next use.

Positive Points

  • For Men and Women

    The Ucomfy Pro is suitable for both men and women to use, and the various shades of gray that make up its design are about as gender-neutral as you can get!

  • Can Use Alone (or Not)

    Traditionally, one would need help from someone else to massage most areas of their body, but almost anyone will be able to use this massage tool on their own. This makes it an ideal choice for seniors or stressed-out students who often live by themselves. Of course, if you want to use the tool on someone else or have them use it on you, this is fine, too.

  • Great for Athletes

    Since athletes are one group of individuals who will often deal with muscle pain and stiffness, this massaging tool is a great thing for any athlete to have on hand. There's no limit to how often you can safely use it, so if you're an athlete, you may find that using it every day or before all your weekly practices may help you out.


  • Solo Hand Massage

    People who don't have any massage tools around will often attempt to massage their own bodies with one or both hands, but this can be difficult for two main reasons. First of all, it may be difficult to reach the part of you that's sore or stiff, and secondly, you may not know exactly how much pressure to apply.

  • Plastic Massage Tool

    Individuals who attempt to use plastic massage tools to massage sore or stiff muscles will run into the same problems as those attempting to use their hands. Since these tools are often odd-shaped and need to be gripped, even though some don't have long handles, they can be even less effective than one's own hands.

  • Partner Massage

    If you have a significant other, friend or teammate who's willing to give you a massage that feels good on a daily basis, that's great, but for many people, that's not the case. Therefore, they must turn to a tool like the Ucomfy Pro to effectively massage stiff and / or sore body parts on a frequent basis.

  • Professional Massage

    Going to a professional to get a full-body massage or one that involves a single body part is also an option. If you're like most people, though, you probably don't have the time or financial resources to see a professional massage therapist every day or even a few times a week.


  • Not for Children

    This tool hasn't been designed with children in mind, and the vibrations may not be gentle enough on their smaller bodies, so it's best not to use it on them.

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Do not buy Ucomfy Pro online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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