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[Amazon.ca] Flyby F2Pro Massage Gun - $89.99 (47% off)

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[Amazon.ca] Flyby F2Pro Massage Gun - $89.99 (47% off)

Seems like a pretty decent deal, from the other threads I've read that 16mm amplitude is ideal and this has that for $89.99 most others are around the $150 range.

Might be better to hold off till black friday as the amazon prime day deals for massagers were around this price but those were only 10-12mm
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Nov 30, 2005
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You can get those kind of stuff for free easily, I have one of other brand and it's not good, it's so fast, it's hurt. Manual massage cannot be beat
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Dec 14, 2016
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Crack jokes all you want about these but they can be legitimately helpful. Only having the time to do a couple workouts per week my legs get very stiff the next day, but using this even for a few mins loosens them up the next day/post-workout. I have the Flyby 1, which is 3 intensity settings vs 5 in the Flyby 2.
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Mar 20, 2016
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mcbain wrote: You can get those kind of stuff for free easily, I have one of other brand and it's not good, it's so fast, it's hurt. Manual massage cannot be beat
How would you possibly get this for free, please enlighten us.
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I'm showing 99.99
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Spend money to save money...the theory is brilliant.
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Has anyone purchased one of these?

I picked up another brand advertising 16mm amplitude but when I got it it clearly wasn't. It was more of 12mm.

So just wondering if anyone has actually tried it out. Thx!
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Apr 3, 2012
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I see it closer to about 14mm of ampitude, not the reported 16mm but it has a very high stall force where I really need to push with all of my might to get it to stop. I've only had it for about a month 20 minutes of pounding my super tight quads and hamstrings and they're feeling great.
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ched24 wrote: Crack jokes all you want about these but they can be legitimately helpful. Only having the time to do a couple workouts per week my legs get very stiff the next day, but using this even for a few mins loosens them up the next day/post-workout. I have the Flyby 1, which is 3 intensity settings vs 5 in the Flyby 2.

I have a massager also, but I typically use a foam roller for that. Lot easier and gets in deeper.
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Sep 4, 2020
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Is this a decent brand? Most of the massage guns on Amazon have tons of reviews. Not easy to differentiate based on reviews.
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Now up to $99. Don't like the dynamic pricing practice...
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Mar 27, 2013
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I just received mine today and 100% it wasn't new. Are these refurbished or something?

I'm sending mine back.
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Nov 30, 2005
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i cannot really tell it here, im sure they will tell its illegal, but a lot of review you see on amazon about items like that are fake, this will give you an idea of why you can get it free...

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