Why Aldi's $89 massage gun is 'selling so fast': 'Hurry up'

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Aldi's $89.99 massage gun is back to soothe sore muscles as part of the German retailer's fitness and home organisation Special Buys.

On sale on Saturday, the gadget of the moment boasts an extensive 30 speed levels (ranging from 900-3000U/min) and eight interchangeable massage heads.

Aldi Fitness Massage Gun. Photo: Aldi.
Aldi's $89.99 fitness massage gun is back. Photo: Aldi.

With a three-hour operating time, you can get to all those tense knots from head to toe after a tough workout or a long day on the go.

It also comes with a carry bag making it easy to bring the gun and all the attachments along to the gym or while travelling.

Over on Facebook, Aldi shoppers and fitness fans alike are raving about the popular product, with one person declaring the range of attachments 'better' than previous models.

"I got mine last year and it’s so amazing. This one looks great with a better range of heads. I don’t know if I can get away with buying another one," they wrote.


Aldi Fitness Massage Gun eight attachments. Photo: Aldi.
The massage gun comes with an impressive eight attachments. Photo: Aldi.

Another urged shoppers to get in quick. "Hurry up and run cuz that’s selling soooo fast. I got one and is amazing," they wrote.

"Best thing ever! Use mine almost daily," added a third.

Other health and home workout gear on sale as part of Saturday's Special Buys include yoga mats or a block with strap for $4.99 each.

There's also a doorway pull-up bar or a six-piece weight set — which includes 2 x 1kg dumbbells, 2 x 0.5kg ankle weights and 2 x 0.5kg wrist weights — for $19.99 each.

And you can track your fitness wins — including weight, bone mass, BMR (basal metabolic rate), BIA (bioelectrical impedance analysis) and more — with Aldi's $29.99 Body Analysis Smart Scale.

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