After a hard day of work, you want to have something that will help you ease the pain from your feet. After hours of standing behind a cash register or running errands, you need to take care of your feet and the Beurer FB25 Foot Spa with Magnetic Field Therapy’ does just that. This product has a range of features. These include:
- A calming removable massage roller attachment.
- A magnetic field therapy that comes with 16 integrated magnets.
- It is a bubble and vibration massager.
- There is also a splash protection to prevent any spillage, including a non-slip rubber feet stand.
- A dry foot massage is available too.
As you can see, this product has exactly what you need no matter how you’re feeling. However, just like every product it is going to have its pros and its cons. Below is a list of pros and cons I found in relation to using this foot spa. This is my own personal opinion from my own experience so please keep in mind your experience or someone else’s may be different.
- No matter how sore my feet are, this foot spa can really help ease the pain.
- It is a great relaxation product after a long day.
- The heat of the water will continue to stay warm for as long as you need it to.
- It is very quiet when I do use it.
In relation to cons, there was only one fault I could find however it would not change my overall opinion of how great this foot spa is.
The spikes that are included in the foot spa are a bit hard to get used to; however after a few times of use they are fine.
- SOOTHING MASSAGE: Bubble and vibration massage functions with noduled footbed to help stimulate circulation
- DEEP RELAXATION: Magnetic field therapy and optional infrared light function help promote relaxation for tired feet
- RELAX FOR LONGER: Enjoy the luxury of consistently warm water with the in-built 5-level water heater that will warm up to 48 degree
Overall, I found the Beurer FB25 Footspa with Magnetic Field Therapy’ to work wonderfully. I had absolutely no problems with this product. It does exactly what it says, whether I’m working 4 hours or 8 hours this foot spa will always have my feet feeling brand new every time.
You feel so relaxed and stress free while you’re using it. I’ve used this product for up to thirty minutes at one stage and the water temperature did it change in the slightest.
My feet stayed nice and warm and cosy the whole time, I have not one complaint about this product. Therefore, for anyone looking to find a product that will ease foot pain or even something that can help you relax, I would highly recommend this product.
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Nice post . I loved the specifics . Does anyone know where my business could get ahold of a blank DS-5507 form to complete ?
I don’t own one myself but my cousin does and as a special treat she invited me over one weekend to catch up. We had a nice session catching up while my feet were getting nicely massaged by this gorgeous product. I felt like I was at some exotic spa getting the spa treatment of my life! I have to say that it indeed is worth every penny!
I’ve been thinking about getting a product like this. It’s been months since I’ve first noticed my heels growing sturdy and calloused, along with the occasional blister from new shoes. It can get pretty bad at times,especially when you love your steel-toe Dr. Martens boots. I’ll have to look into a few more options, but seems like I’ll definitely be keeping this product in mind.
This foot spa sounds the business! My current model is around 10 years old and although I have no complaints , it is very basic. I love the idea of magnetic therapy as I’m a shop worker and am on my feet all day. I am impressed that the water temperature remains constant too. Definitely worth looking into.
I have a very old one, about 10 years old and I’m thinking of treating myself to a new one as Christmas gift to myself. I’m sure it would be nice to come home to after walking around al day shopping. My feet are very sensitive and the details on this particular one looks like quality.
I’m on my feet for up to 8 hours a day, and this looks like it might be a perfect solution to my “sore feet” issue. I’ve tried a bunch of different things and nothing really ever works. I’ve never invested in a foot spa, but lately I’ve been looking into them more. I think it might take me awhile to get used to the spikes, but if the foot spa helps my feet I can deal with it. I might have to look into this for my mother as well. She is diabetic and could use something like this for her feet. Thanks for the information. I’ll put your research to good use.
I would love to get one of these based on this review alone. i work standing on my feet for eight to twelve hours a day and when I get home there are many nights I soak my feet. Having this would be wonderful for my poor aching soles. I would imagine it would be a great product for diabetics also and help keep their circulation issues down. My mother suffers from it and has so many issues with her feet and circulation. Perhaps this will be her gift this Christmas.
I personally love this product. It works great just as described. My friend talked me into purchasing this and I am glad that she did. When I get home from work my feet are hurting and when I use this I feel instant relief.
This product is intriguing. It might be a good gift for my mother-in-law who spoils everyone else but doesn’t treat herself! I like the splash protection, as most of her home is carpeted. I would need to look into magnet therapy more, I haven’t heard much about it. I like that it says the water stays warm, I tried a similar product a long time ago and the water cooled almost instantly! It wasn’t very relaxing to say the least.
I’ve always preferred to do my own spa treatments at home and save myself some money. This product would be perfect for a day of mani pedi pampering. One of the features mentioned that I really appreciate is the splash protection. I have used other similar products and spillage has always been an issue. I would also like to try the magnetic therapy. The more pampering we can give our feet, the better.
I found this to be a very nice gift from my husband when I was pregnant. It helped after long days in the clinic and I was able to let my hair down. Good for a gift.
I would love to come home after a long days work to put my feet in one of these! A good thing is that it is quiet and it offers loads of massage types of my feet. Seems like a great product for that price!
Vibration and bubble massage is pretty common that i have heard of and used before, but i am yet to try magnetic therapy. I have heard great things about this product and with the features that this offers it really is an all in one foot spa.
I work as a nurse and I could really use one of those to help me with my tired feet syndrome!
I’d also really like to give that magnetic therapy a try as I’ve only seen it online and never experienced it first hand myself.
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