MaxKare Foot Spa Massager Review
Features and Functions
One thing that sets the MaxKare apart from the rest of its competitors is definitely its number of rollers - there's a whopping 16 rollers altogether, 8 on each side lining from the toe to heel.
Each roller is dotted with acu-nodes so by rolling your feet back and forth on them, you get a deep massage reflexology that stimulates the pressure points and dredges your meridians, both of which will improve your overall metabolism and sleeping quality.
You can adjust the speed and intensity by changing the way you roll your feet - should you not feel like it, these rollers are even removable for just a plain foot soak.
Enhancing the whole pampering experience is the presence of jacuzzi-like bubble massage. There are two bubbling outlet located right in between the rollers so you get jets of bubble shooting up the arches of your feet.
What this does is that when combined with rhythmic vibration, the bubbles stroke at the soles to further help loosen any stiffness at the foot, thereby effectively easing any form of tension and stress.
It wouldn't be so highly rated if it's not a heated foot massager.
The MaxKare has a heating element that heats and maintains water at selected temperature (95-118°F) so there is no need to keep refilling hot water or temperature dropping.
In fact, its heat element is one thing that is always highly commended by users - that it heats up very quickly, and truly maintains at the temperature you set without failing.
However, because the heating core is placed in the middle of the foot bath, it is recommended that you switch on the bubbling function as well when the water is heating up to accelerate water circulation.
And unlike some models where putting in spa aids like bath salt and essential oil will clog up or damage the unit, MaxKare has a medicine box for you to do so safely so that you can further de-stress with your preferred spa materials.
When it comes to design, this foot bath massager employs a stylish digital display that has indicator lights to help track your working settings conveniently and visibly.
There are 4 clearly marked buttons so you can control and adjust all the functions with just a simple touch of the finger.
Speaking of which, there are 3 modes available for you to choose from:
Mode 1: High-frequency Vibrating Massage
Mode 2: Heating Therapy + Aerobic Bubble Massage
Mode 3: Heating Therapy + Aerobic Bubble Massage + Vibrating Massage
You can still manually change the settings to your desire, and that is what we like about the MaxKare Foot Spa Massager.
Do note that you are not supposed to switch on the heat function without adding water into the foot bath. Doing so will easily burn out the motor and cause product malfunction. It may seem pretty common sense, but you'll be surprised at what some people may do so just keep that in mind.
Also, the basin is a little shallow so it barely reaches the ankle, even though you've filled it to the brim that's allowed. This is perhaps the only downside of this foot bath machine for us. If you're one that prefer water going over your ankle (even reaching the calf), then this other model from them may be a better choice for you.
22 x 11 x 17.7 inches
1 foot massager unit, power adapter, user manual
At a price as such and for what it offers, the MaxKare Foot Spa Massager is hands down the best buy foot massager - it is no wonder it continues to be a bestseller and highly raved by users worldwide.
It is cheap, has multiple functions, and does a good job for each function. It also comes in blue to those that fancy a different colour. If you're looking for a foot spa massager that does not cost you a lot yet gives you the indulgence you want, this is the best foot spa massager for you.