Hyperice, the maker of a vibrating roller used by professional athletes, announced a new massaging device for muscle release that’s targeted for the general population.
Two-and-a-half years after launching the original Vyper roller for elite athletes on Kickstarter and eight months after unveiling the Vyper 2.0, Hyperice released a new product Monday called Hypervolt that looks like a power drill.
The hand-held device weighs 2.5 pounds and features a powerful high-torque motor that’s powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which Hyperice says makes it the first-ever high intensity muscle vibrator that’s accessible to all consumers.
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