Synca Rei Ottoman Massager and Kitta Muscle Percussion Gun

Never has there been a time of more anxiety and daily stress than during lockdowns and a pandemic. It is a lot for someone to handle. However, perhaps we should take the time at home to work on ourselves and find some peace and relaxation? The folks at Synca Wellness want to help with two brand new products that deliver on the promise of blissful relaxation as they help to relieve muscle tension.

Bringing wellness through Japanese design and engineering, Synca has been making wellness products for over 20 years and has regularly been featured here at One Cut Reviews because of the quality of the products they offer. From the Quzy to the i-Puffy and even Product of the Month winner the CirC compact massage chair, we continue to be impressed and their latest offerings are a testament to what they set out to do.

The Rei foot-calf-lumbar ottoman is a brilliant, modular, and compact 2 in 1 device that promises to massage you from head to toe. This beautifully designed piece of furniture available in grey, red, or blue looks deceptively like an ottoman you can kick your feet up on to, however, lift the top off and it doubles as a versatile foot and calf massager while the top serves as a wireless heated lumbar massager.

Offering full sole reflexology and gentle calf compression, the base of the Rei uses Japanese Shiatsu + Gua Sha reflexology therapy paired with a triple barrel foot roller to deliver brilliant full foot coverage effectively targeting the Plantar Fascia muscle. These three massage types combine to effectively target muscle tension, provide some pain relief, and stimulate blood flow to problem areas. After using the Rei for some time, we have been pleasantly surprised with how well it helped us to relax after a long day and the combination of heat, vibration and the three proprietary massage styles offers deep relaxation that is so good you may never want to stand up again.

However, the Rei has one more trick up its sleeve that turns this into a game-changer, the Synca team has turned what would be a useless top cover into a revolutionary heated wireless lumbar massager that seeks to reduce muscle stiffness in the lower back, and it works incredibly well. When these two are paired together users are getting a full body massage that is next to none. At just $599, this is a much more affordable option compared to paying a massage therapist over $100 a session for an hour-long massage. This may do it better.

The Kitta is a different fish when it comes to what it offers to consumers. Targeted towards athletes or those suffering from muscle tightness and soreness, this effective muscle percussion gun will target specific muscle groups with precision massage and reduce swelling and pain by stimulating blood flow to problem areas. It can be used pre or post-workout to promote loosen muscle tightness and promote better post-recovery.

With an estimated 10-hour run time, super quiet high torque brushless motor, and 6 interchangeable heads, this light and compact massage gun akin to a small jackhammer will dial up the strength you need to deliver on an experience that promises to have you back and at it in days rather than weeks.

Synca has yet again managed to deliver on two products that take relaxation and recovery to whole other levels and continue to be our go-to recommendation when it comes to at-home devices that can better help you rest and recover.

Get yours at https://synca-wellness.com/product/index.html

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