All in one foot spa bath massager w/ heat, HF vibration, O2 bubbles red light MS0810M
Kendal all in one foot spa bath massager SI-FB10 Review
Kendal Foot Spa
Top 5 Best Foot Spas
Amazon Price: $58.98 $58.98 (as of March 4, 2018 12:27 pm –
All-in-one: heating therapy, oxygen bubbles massage, high-frequency vibration massage. It effectively promotes blood circulation, improves metabolism, relieves fatigue, and smoothens the meridians (Qi system).
- Product Dimensions: 17 x 13 x 10 inches ; 5.3 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 7.9 pounds
- ASIN: B00EJXA3HO
- UPC: 804551145186
Great Foot Spa Bath
745 people found this helpful.
We’ve had this foot bath unit for a couple of months now and couldn’t be happier. It is easy to use, dependable, and well designed. I’ll address a couple of issues other reviews commented about that are simply not an issue:
Two Feet In Heaven!
238 people found this helpful.
Very nice unit! Works as advertised. Do not use any bubbling agents in water, will foam up the house! Bought this for a relative who has diabetes, they really love this machine! I would recommend this unit without hesitation!
Great foot bath for the price
8 people found this helpful.
This is a great foot spa for the price. It’s very simple to operate, and the features are not complicated, which is honestly why I purchased it. My husband and I have both used, and enjoyed it. He wears a size 11 shoe, and his feet fit really well. It does get warm, so if you’re more sensitive to heat, it does have a switch to turn off the heat, which it also explains in the instruction manual. I wish it was a little deeper, but that’s the only negative thing I have to say about it. I’ve used it with Epsom salts, and tea tree oil, just make sure you clean it out after use.
3 people found this helpful.
That was my first word when I plunged my feet into this foot bath. This works 10 times better than I expected. Ooooohhhh the warmth. Ahhhhhhh the bubbles and the entire experience is luxurious. I did not attach the extra foot roller into the bottom because I wanted my entire foot and ankle in water and after using I decided I don’t need the rollers, the little bumpy things on the bottom of the unit is plenty for me. It maintains the heat and it even got a little too warm so I just turned off the heat part and continued on. Some reviewers did not know what the red lights do. I had it on V&L which is vibrate and lights. They are infra-red lights and gives off deep penetrating heat. I definitely would start with cool water because they get quite warm. So warm I had to pull my feet out till the water cooled down and then it was back to happy feet!!!
I Love This Thing!
2 people found this helpful.
While it is a bit annoying that one can’t toggle individual features on or off individually, and ruddy pink isn’t my very favorite color, there’s so much to like about this device. As for feature control, it does have a bubble and heat setting (which are the two I use most), and all on setting, and a vibrate and red LED light setting. Side note: I have no idea what the LED lights are supposed to accomplish. The massage wheels are removable, and with these removed the depth of the trough is sufficient to submerge my feet to about my ankle. It seems to work just as well with bath salts and lavender oil added as it does without them. If you do like to amend the water with oils and salts, just be certain to rinse the trough out before storing the device. Temperature to which this device heats the water is not adjustable, but feels just right to me; others may be more sensitive and prefer it cooler. Like any other foot bath I’ve ever used that isn’t as tall as a 5 gallon bucket, this will splash a little bit of water here and there, so don’t imagine this will be usable in a carpeted room without the help of an accessory towel or two. A foot bath is truly a pleasant thing…
I think mine might have been used – but….
2 people found this helpful.
I have tried this a few times now. It had some white residue that I think was salt on the base of the little nubby projections on the bottom. I’m guessing someone used it and returned it. The unit works fine – but there was also no book so I don’t know if it had any special instructions for cleaning, warnings – or anything beyond the description on here and what was printed on the box. Still, I enjoyed it.
i love it!
228 people found this helpful.
I have purchased other foot bath massagers in the past that claim to heat the water and they did not, this one does heat the water. The person who gave a negative review about the heating ability should have waited longer than 5 minutes. I have to turn mine down because the water does heat up. I can see how the bottom might bother someone with nerve pain but I don’t have that problem and I really like it a lot!
The heat and bubbles are both excellent. I would give it 5 stars but the …
3 people found this helpful.
It works well. The heat and bubbles are both excellent. I would give it 5 stars but the rollers and nubs on the bottom are a little uncomfortable. I still use it every night though for my neuropathy and it really does the trick. It has excellent power for the price. It is also very easy to fill and empty. Even with the water in, it is not too heavy to empty.
But this is perfect for my feet
5 people found this helpful.
I use this every day and night. Ahhhhhhh I wanted a hot tub. But this is perfect for my feet! Other’s have written about it getting to hot. I’ve used it for months now and it has NEVER gotten uncomfortably hot. I think those are the same people that complain that their coffee is to hot.