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Recoverfit Launches ‘Hypervolt Go’ in UK Market

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Fitness and recovery distributors Recoverfit have become amongst the first retailers in the UK to launch the ‘Hypervolt Go’. The new iteration of the Hypervolt is lightweight and 30% smaller than the original Hypervolts.

The Hypervolt Go offers quality at a more affordable price

The Hypervolt Go is marketed as a smaller and more accessible version of the Hypervolt, with a focus on the hobbyist market. The new massage gun is more affordable than other options but still comes with the trademarked ‘whisper-quiet’ technology which sets it apart from other high-end massage guns.

The new addition strengthens Recoverfit’s position as one of the premier recovery equipment suppliers in the UK and develops the product offering to the wider fitness market.

Some of the key features of the new Hypervolt Go include:

  • A Brushless high-torque 40 W motor
  • Patented QuietGlide™ technology
  • 3-speed settings
  • 2 interchangeable head attachments
  • 18 V rechargeable lithium-ion battery
  • Lightweight, easy to use (1.5 lbs)
  • TSA approval for carry-on luggage

The Hypervolt Go is available for preorder at Recoverfit and is available for 199. Some of the benefits of percussion therapy include; reduced recovery time, increased blood circulation and an increase in overall performance.

Reducing your recovery time and increasing its effectiveness directly impacts your performance, whether it be in the gym or other sporting pursuits. Massage guns are also a product where you tend to ‘get what you pay for’, with the Hypervolt Go offering quality at a more affordable price than its predecessors.

In addition to the Hypervolt Go Recoverfit also supplies a range of recovery products designed to help athletes increase their performance within their chosen discipline. Recoverfit is also the key technology supplier of premier league club Tottenham Hotspur.

The market for products like the Hypervolt Go has expanded in recent years with many looking at ways to increase their own physical fitness. With more casual fitness enthusiasts hitting the gym there is certainly demand for products that will help them speed up their recovery and increase their overall progress. People go to the gym for a variety of reasons, some are looking at cutting and bulking in different ways, whilst others are focusing more on feeling fitter and healthier, so they need that support.

The Hypervolt Go is set to launch in mid-January in the UK and will give both semi-pro athletes and those just looking to stay in shape another tool in their arsenal when it comes to creating a good recovery regime.

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