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Costway Foldable Foot Spa Bath Motorized Massager w/ Bubble Red Light Timer Heat Gray

Item# SPM15739202124 | Model# EP24782US-GR | Added on November 26, 2020 |
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Costway Foldable Foot Spa Bath Motorized Massager w/ Bubble Red Light Timer Heat Gray
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Do you often feel foot pain after a day of work? Have you felt fatigued after being under heavy work pressure for a long time? Our foot bath massager can help you to relieve pain and fatigue. It can effectively promote blood circulation, improve metabolism through electric roller massage, bubble massage and red light. The smart remote control allows you to easily adjust settings. Through the timing function and temperature display, the user can adjust the water temperature to the most suitable one. Before you know it, your fatigue and stress will be relieved and you will be refreshed.

Adjustable heating temperature ranges from 96? to 118?
Free control time, freely set within the range of 10-60 minutes
Bubble massage stimulates the acupuncture points of the feet for gentle massage
Infrared light eliminates harmful substances and keeps feet clean and hygienic
Electric massage rollers promote blood circulation and improve your sleep
Fast heating function gives users a comfortable using experience
Wires can be wrapped around the bottom to save space and avoid clutter
Gravity drainage design quickly drains the water in the foot bath
Medicine box for placing herbs or sea salt
Remote control help you to operate it easily
Foldable and light-weight design for easy carrying and storage
Ergonomic handle helps you lift or move easily
It has ETL certification and is safer to use
4 non-slip pads help the foot massage tub not easy to shake or slide
Dust cover prevents water ... read more
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