Before You Splurge on a Theragun, Here’s How to Save 60% on Flyby’s F1Pro

“This is hands down the best purchase I have made on Amazon”

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Flyby Massage Gun Deal

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We’ve tested dozens of massage guns in The Verywell Testing Lab, from Theraguns and Hyperice models to their lesser-known competitors. Although we haven’t tried Flyby’s F1Pro Deep Tissue Massage Gun for ourselves, it has plenty of features we look for in a high-quality massage gun, from a range of helpful attachments to a quiet motor. For the month of April, you can also save 60% on the F1Pro—making it the perfect addition to your workout routine (or Mother’s Day present, if you’re still stuck on what to get her). 

Flyby Deep Tissue Massage Gun


Flyby F1Pro Deep Tissue Massage Gun, $55 (was $140); or

Ideal for beginners and fitness professionals alike, the F1Pro features three speeds and six attachment heads to choose from, for customizable relief where you need it the most. The lowest speed is great for warming your muscles up, while the higher speeds are best for relaxing and recovering after tough workouts. 

We like that, similar to Theraguns, each of the F1Pro’s heads is shaped differently to target specific muscle groups:

  • Standard Ball: For general use all over the body
  • Large Ball: Provides relief for large muscle groups, including your quads and glutes
  • Hammer: Pinpoints flat muscle groups
  • Wedge: Best for scraping your shoulders or your IT band
  • Spinal: Shaped to relieve tension in your back without jostling your spine
  • Bullet: Zeroes in on small, deep muscles that need targeted relief

When it comes to the motor, the F1Pro doesn’t cheap out (despite its budget-friendly price). It’s quiet, with a rating of 40 decibels—lower than most household appliances. But it’s also powerful, with speeds up to 3200 RPM and up to 50 pounds of pressure to melt away knots and tension. 

The F1Pro weighs just 1.8 pounds, so it’s easy to move from room to room or toss in your gym bag while you’re on the go. We also appreciate the long battery life, which can last over four hours on a single charge. 

Flyby F1Pro Deep Tissue Massage Gun


Flyby F1Pro Deep Tissue Massage Gun, $55 (was $140); or

And with over 13,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, users clearly love it, too. “This is hands down the best purchase I have made on Amazon,” one fitness instructor said. “If you're hesitant about this kind of purchase, don't be. I regret not buying it sooner.” 

“You don’t need to spend hundreds on one of these things,” another shopper added. “This one has great battery life, attachments, and even looks sleek.”

“I’ve found I’m less sore the next day after using this,” someone else said. “After a long day of walking or being on your feet at work, the flat runs attachment feels great on the bottom of your feet!”

The discount only lasts until the end of the month, so grab your Flyby F1Pro before the end of April to get targeted muscle relief for 60% less.

Other Theragun Alternatives We Love:

Even if the F1Pro isn’t your style, there are plenty of other options on the market. When we tested massage guns, these Theragun alternatives came out on top:

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By Sarah Felbin
Sarah Felbin is the associate commerce editor at Verywell Fit. A writer and editor with over 20 years of dance experience, her work has also appeared in Popsugar and Women’s Health.