Beurer FB25 Footspa with Magnetic Field Therapy Review

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On September 4, 2015
Last modified:March 25, 2017

Summary:

If you're looking for a top of the range, well built, high quality foot spa then the Beurer FB25 is a good choice.

Beurer FB25 Footspa

Awesome top end footspa

Our feet bear the brunt of everything. When you are feeling satisfied and happy after a long day exploring and experiencing, your feet are not quite so joyous, having trampled over uneven pavements and held you up in the bustling crowds.

Your feet deserve to be pampered and given some tender loving care after all they do for you, especially if you have hard skin. Going to a  salon or paying for the services of a podiatrist can be expensive. This where foot spa’s come in to the equation. If you want to learn more about the best foot spas check out our previous article.

A foot spa can give your feet the relaxation that they desperately need, and can also give you an excuse to sit back and chill out for once. Along with a good electric hard skin remover a good quality foot spa is as close to salon footcare as you can get.

In this review we take a look at the Beurer FB25 Footspa with Magnetic Field Therapy, featuring a range of useful functions and attachments to make your feet look and feel gorgeous.

If you really not convinced yet on the benefits of foot spas take a look at our article first on the advantages.

Beurer FB25 Footspa Overview

Beurer was founded in 1919 in Germany and has solidified its presence in the health and well-being industry ever since. The first product the company produced were heating pads, but their empire has expanded dramatically over the years to provide an entire range of products to aid in rehabilitation and relaxation.

The Beurer FB25 Footspa is one of these products. Muscle tension can be eased and relaxed thanks to the Beurer FB25 Footspa. Not only can this product provide you with comfort and relaxation but it can also do wonders for your circulation.

The product heats up the water to input some warmth into tired and cold feet. The bubble feature is not only fun but it also helps to clean the feet and improve blood flow. The vibrations work to ease the tension in the muscles, tendons and ligaments.

The product also features water jets which provide a gentle massaging sensation. An interesting feature of this product is the magnetic field therapy technology which increased the supply of energy to the skin cells, although there is no scientific basis to this as a health benefit.

The power of the mind cannot be underestimated and any positive contribution to overall health is a positive thing. Including towards the feet.

Pros

  • There is no need to worry about the product sliding around the floor thanks to the rubber feet on the base of the unit.
  • The product also features removable splash protection to ensure that your floor will not be damaged by spillage.
  • The cord winder makes storage easy
  • The massage roller attachment is soothing to the feet and is also convenient as it can be removed and attached at will.
  • The product also features a dry foot massage setting.
  • The vibration and bubble massage features add a new level to relaxation.
  • It is possible to use the item with other relaxation products such as bath salts.
  • It is suitable for people with small feet or people with bigger feet.

Cons

  • The bobbly foot beds when combined with the vibration setting can be slightly too intense at times, and may be verging on painful for particularly sensitive feet.
  • The water can be too hot for some users, however the bubble setting can considerably cool the water down to a much more comfortable level.
  • The heating function will take a while to heat up cold water, although it will keep the water temperature stable.
  • No draining feature. The water needs to be tipped out of the foot spa which can be quite cumbersome and difficult.
  • Adding just a little too much bubbles will cause the product to overspill

Is The Beurer FB25 Footspa Right For You?

If you are looking for something to give you a sense of calm at the end of the day, then this just might be the product for you. This product is especially suited to people who feel a lot of tension in their feet or suffer from hard skin on the soles of their feet.

The base of the foot spa is not smooth, and is actually formed from small plastic spikes. The spikes themselves are developed to delve into the areas of the feet that are the most damaged and experience the most tension. When the vibration setting is turned on, these spikes will be at their most effective.

They provide a fabulous foot massage.

However, if you have particularly sensitive skin on the soles of your feet then you may find that the spikes themselves can be quite uncomfortable and even painful.

This product is not simply a footspa that acts like a bath for your feet. It is designed to mimic the work of professionals as much as possible. Therefore if you are looking for a salon level experience then this product would definitely be a great one for you.

Conclusion

Overall, this product has been created with over a hundred years of experience behind it. The techniques and technology used aims to provide an experience similar to that of getting a foot massage from a qualified therapist.

The product uses its internal heating element to raise the temperature of the water and provide a warmth and relaxation to the feet.

The vibration setting simulates a real life massage and the bubbles can also add an extra layer of comfort. However, this product has not be built without considering practicality.

The base of the unit comes with rubber feet that are anti-slip which will prevent the unit sliding around the floor when in use.

The unit also comes with an anti-spillage system to prevent the floor being damaged. This is highly important as it is really easy to slightly overfill the unit, or add too many bubbles and risk it overflowing. One of the really great things about this product is that it can be used in combination with other relaxation products such as bath salts.

The core downside to this product is that the actual base where the feet are rested can be slightly too intense for some people. As well as, the lack of any kind of draining system is a huge oversight by the manufacturers and may even put off people from using the product due to the effort needed to empty and clean it.

The unit does not allow the heating setting to be changed, it is either on or off and this can result in the water become far too hot. However, overall this product does provide a great home alternative to a professional foot treatment.

If used regularly, this footspa is certainly going to pay for itself.

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