HoMedics® Hydro-Therapy Foot Massager with Jet Action and Heat
Homedics Hydro-Therapy Foot Massager with Jet Action and Heat features four hydro-therapy jets for a deep soothing massage. It massages the pressure points of heels, arches and toes, and the blue LED lighting provides a soothing experience and heat maintenance. Two-year warranty.
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Should Have Heeded Other Reviews I'm just 10 minutes into my first foot bath with this product and already know it will be going back. It claims it heats but it does not. I followed the directions of starting with warm/ hot water as it is very clear that it doesn't heat cold water. Ten minutes into it and the water is already cooling off. Also, even though it's filled to the maximum fill line, the water does not completely cover my feet. SO disappointed. April 20, 2013
Disappointing I was so excited to replace my old 90's style foot bath! Filled it with hot water that turned cold in 5 minutes :( The "jets" didn't provide any relaxation, they rather tickled the tops of my feet. Also, the "massage" feature was just loud buzzing. I turned it off, because it was driving everyone crazy!!! Gorgeous and luxurious looking, but it is going back! They had it right in the 90's! December 26, 2012
This was horrible My mother and I purchased this to try and replace an old Avon foot massager that no longer bubbles. Ironically, that's the only thing that works on this. It doesn't keep the water very warm (I used it for only 8 minutes or so and it already had started cooling), and there was less "massaging action" than my cats could have produced if they had just frolicked in a bath of water for a few minutes. Returning it today. November 9, 2012
Poor Choice My husband bought this for me based on the description on the box. We were VERY disappointed after the first use and wish we would have returned it. I do not believe it maintains the heat at all, other than whatever amount of heat energy is produced by the LED lights. So, although LED lights are extremely efficient and produce virtually no heat to maintain heat in that volume of water, technically it could claim it "maintains" heat. I don't believe the temperature is maintained any better than the bucket I used before. Also the jets are a trickle and the vibration is more annoying than massaging, but the lights sure are pretty!? November 8, 2012