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Finding the best Cyber Monday massage gun deals can feel like a minefield, right? 

The nifty at-home massage machines promise to ease DOMs and rid of the pesky desk-induced back pain, but there are literally thousands of brands on the market all promising to do the right thing. 

That's where, as a Health Editor, I come in. Lucky for you, I test products for a living and know which tools are worth investing in (and which aren't). 

We're all about sensible spending here at MC UK - that is, investing in brands you've wanted for a while and will use for years to come. Enter stage right, our edit of the best Cyber Monday massage gun deals from genuinely reputable brands. You're welcome. 

Keep reading for the best Cyber Monday bargains (aka, the muscle guns currently on offer that are genuinely worth your £££). Don't miss our edit of the best lululemon Cyber Monday deals and weighted blanket Cyber Monday deals, while you're here. 

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Cyber Monday massage gun deals: A Health Editor's pick

Theragun mini - was £155, now £135

Theragun mini - was £155, now £135

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Like the sound of ultra-portable, on-the-go treatment? I met Theragun founder Doctor Jason Wersland earlier this year and tested this product. I was seriously impressed not only by how quiet it was but powerful, too, despite being small enough to pack in your hand luggage. 

Theragun Prime - was £275, now £179

Theragun Prime - was £275, now £179

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Save nearly £100 with this Black Friday massage gun deal from industry leader Theragun. As above, I'm a fan of their newly improved designs, and while the Prime is one of their more basic designs, it has everything you need. Another perk? You can connect to their app via Bluetooth to run personalised wellness routines. Neat.

Hydragun - was £269, now £244

Hydragun - was £269, now £244

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Team Hydragun isn't known for its huge Black Friday discounts, however, they are known for being one of the
best massage guns you can buy. Why? Well, they have long-lasting battery life and a so-quiet-you-can-barely-hear-it-run sound. It's used by Olympians and recovery professionals, too.

Simply use the code CYBERMONDAY at checkout for £25 off.

 

Hydragun Atom - was £179, now £164

Hydragun Atom - was £179, now £164

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Mini massage guns can be just as effective - plus, thanks to their size, are easier to transport on holiday. 

Nab a bargain and get yourself £15 off now using the code CYBERMONDAY. 

Theragun Pro - was £469, now £369

Theragun Pro - was £469, now £369

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55% quieter than any other Theragun models, the Pro is their most advanced muscle gun and reaches 60% deeper into muscle than average massagers, thanks to a unique 16 mm amplitude. It's a high price point, but a great investment in your health. 

Theragun Elite - was £375, now £275

Theragun Elite - was £375, now £275

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This is the Theragun that users say is best value for money. As with the other models, it's super quiet and easy to use. It's USP? It has an OLED screen with force meter, so you can easily see what speed and intensity level you've set it on. 

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Can't stretch to the above? The following have high reviews on Amazon and sit at a lower price point.

RENPHO Massage Gun - was £109.99, now £79.98

RENPHO Massage Gun - was £109.99, now £79.98

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Amazon's number one best-selling massage gun, this RENPHO device works all over - think your feet, back, arms, legs, etc - and promises to ease muscle stiffness and pain.

Pulseroll Massage Gun Palm-Sized Percussion Muscle Massager - was £149.99, now £115.88

Pulseroll Massage Gun Palm-Sized Percussion Muscle Massager - was £149.99, now £115.88

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It's pocket-sized and promises to pack a punch when it comes to targeting trigger points or small muscle groups. Do note this is much smaller than your regular massage gun, but reviews maintain that it's powerful and effective.

HoMedics Massage Gun for Deep Tissue Muscle Physio Therapy - was £129.99, now £78.69

HoMedics Massage Gun for Deep Tissue Muscle Physio Therapy - was £129.99, now £78.69

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Fun fact: HoMedics - the company that designs these massage guns -was originally founded in 1987 and has been designing innovative massage therapy machines ever since. Release muscle stiffness, aching, and soreness and speed up recovery from the comfort of your sofa.

iMedic Premium Muscle Massage Gun D- was £48.99, now £31.99

iMedic Premium Muscle Massage Gun D- was £48.99, now £31.99

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With 30 speed options, this professional-grade gun promises to provide deep tissue massage and help both muscle fatigue and DOMs. 

Nanssigy Massage Gun - was £69.99, now £48.57

Nanssigy Massage Gun - was £69.99, now £48.57

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This Nanssigy device - which currently has a whopping 52% off - has a cordless design, an ergonomically shaped handle, and 30 different speed levels. Not bad. 

Other Hydragun deals

Hydragun HeatPulse - was £139, now £124

Hydragun HeatPulse - was £139, now £124

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Get £15 off Hydragun's HeatPulse knee massager, which promises to offer long-lasting comfort via both heat and vibration therapy. 

It's essentially a knee massager that, if you suffer from knee pain, soothes any aches or ailments with both heat and a soft pulse. 

Just use the code CYBERMONDAY to get your discount. 

Are massage guns worth the investment?

If you run, weight train or workout regularly, yes, a massage gun is a great investment and an easy way to level up your home recovery. Not sure whether to go for a Hydragun or a Theragun? I have a Hydragun and here's why I think you should buy it. It's super quiet - you barely notice it's on. It's got a much longer-lasting battery life - for context, I use mine weekly and have charged it twice in the year I've had it - plus comes with a handful of different heads to target your different body parts. Plus, it's seriously effective at easing aching, stiff muscle pain.

While it may be called a massage gun, it's not quite the same as a massage - instead, it's a hand-held device that pounds, wiggles, and jiggles you with a round, hard ball. In professional terms, it's called percussive therapy and works by whacking your muscles at a fast tempo to increase blood flow, reduce inflammation and decrease soreness. Nice.

While regular massages may not be affordable for most at £60 a go, investing the same amount in a massage gun seems like a sure deal.

These tools are used by pro athletes and are a much more cost-effective way of targeting problem areas without having to routinely see a masseuse. And unlike other massaging tools like foam rollers, massage guns can precisely target specific problem areas, which makes the benefits of these tech tools very much worth it.

Ally Head
Health, Sustainability and Relationships Editor

Ally Head is Marie Claire UK's Health, Sustainability, and Relationships Editor, eight-time marathoner, and Boston Qualifying runner. Day-to-day, she works across site strategy, features, and e-commerce, reporting on the latest health updates, writing the must-read health and wellness content, and rounding up the genuinely sustainable and squat-proof gym leggings worth *adding to basket*. She regularly hosts panels and presents for things like the MC Sustainability Awards, has an Optimum Nutrition qualification, and saw nine million total impressions on the January 2023 Wellness Issue she oversaw, with health page views up 98% year on year, too. Follow Ally on Instagram for more or get in touch.