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tech4CNY Giveaway: Hydragun Percussive Therapy Massage Gun

Thursday, February 4th, 2021

Stand a chance to win a Hydragun percussive therapy massage gun that alleviates muscle aches and aids in injury recovery. Read on to find out how.

Win a Hydragun massage gun worth S$399.

Win a Hydragun massage gun worth S$399.

It’s the Lunar New Year season and a time for spring cleaning.

What better gift for new year than something to ease the aches and sores from all those exertions – on top of their regular gym workouts?

I have been using the Hydragun for a few months now and it really helps – and still works as new!

I’ll be choosing one participant to walk away with a set of Hydragun massage gun (worth S$399).

In the box is the vibrating therapy massager with six changeable heads – 4 regular, 2 stainless steel.

The winner will be announced on 11 February – I will DM you directly if you are the lucky winner.

Review: Hydragun Percussive Therapy Massage Gun

Sunday, October 4th, 2020

The Hydragun is a percussive massage therapy device designed for sports recovery – to provide speedy and effective muscle pain relief for high-performance athletes and people working from home.


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The Hydragun comes in a case for carrying it around to the gym or office.

Massage guns have become very popular lately with athletes engaging in sports and fitness activities; as well as people working from home, using home furniture not suited for extended hours of work – resulting in poor postures, back & shoulder aches and carpal tunnel syndrome in the hands.

So a good massage gun has become a must-have for working adults.

The Hydragun is a Singapore-designed, China-manufactured massage gun targeting sports enthusiasts from all walks of life.

Starting from the packaging and the design and build, you can tell the company is serious about making a tool that provides effective healing and recovery for sports injuries or work sores and aches – unlike many no-brand OEM products on the bandwagon that was hastily thrown into a box with minimal documentation and sold for a song.


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The S$399 Hydragun alongside a S$50 OEM massage gun from a friend who bought it online. The latter was heavy and unbalanced, had no return policy or warranty and stopped working after two months even though it was hardly used. The Hydragun comes with a 30-day “No Questions Asked” Return Policy and an 18 month-warranty.

In the box, the Hydragun comprises the main vibrating therapy massager (the big gun), six head attachments (four regular, two with stainless steel heads), one charger, one manual, and a robust zippered case to easily carry it all to the gym.