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BeatXP AirStream Leg Massager Review with Pros & Cons

The beatXP AirStream is a new product from the brand that offers quick massage at home alongside a lot of features for a price of Rs. 2,699. We got our chance to try it and here’s our full review of the beatXP AirStream leg and foot massager for you to decide if it’s worth buying.

BeatXP AirStream Leg and Foot Massager Review

The beatXP AirStream can be used to massage your arms, legs, or even your feet. The massager comes with a heating feature too which is an added advantage. You can buy it for a price tag of Rs. 2,699 from Amazon. With that being said, let’s dive into our review to see if it’s any good for everyday use.

beatXP AirStream
8.1 Reviewer
Pros
Portable | Easy to Use | Heating Function | Strong pumping
Cons
Can be confusing for some | Requires power connection
Summary
beatXP AirStream Leg and Foot Massager is a great choice for anyone who needs a leg, arms, or foot massage without getting someone's help. You can even gift this massager to your parents or grandparents so they can use it to massage their aching body parts easily.
Design and Build7
Features8
Mobile App10
Reliability7.5
Price8

Build and Design

The beatXP AirStream Leg and Foot Massager comes with good-quality massaging wraps. The material also is very soft and doesn’t feel uncomfortable after wearing it on the arms or legs.

The remote control is also made from good quality plastic material. It also includes the air compressor and all the controls in the same unit. You need to connect the tubes coming out of the pads to the main remote control unit.

There are a couple of buttons available on the remote; modes, pressure, heat, and power. The Mode button changes between three available massage types; Pressing, kneading, and Shiatsu.

You can change the intensity of the massages using the pressure button and the heat button switches on the heat. And there is a power button as well to turn on or off the device. The remote control also has a cylindrical port to connect the power adapter to it.

Features and Usability

The beatXP AirStream Leg and Foot Massager comes with three types of massages and you can massage your arms, feet, or legs. You just need to open the pads, put your leg on them, and shut them tight using the velcro.

Once all set up, just turn on the massager from the remote control and choose the type of massage you want. There are three types of massages; pressing, kneading, and Shiatsu.

These messages work as intended except for Shiatsu which I also heard for the first time. According to beatXP, this mode focuses on the area with tight muscle fibers that form in muscles after injury or overuse.

All the modes worked best and since you can change the intensity of the massages, you can get the best possible experience out of this massager. To make the experience even better, it got heat modes that let you warm up the pads to increase the effectiveness of the massage.

There are two modes for the heat feature; low and high, and both modes work fine. In my testing, the massages are very useful if you reached your home from all day work. If you have a job that includes heavy lifting or manual labor then this massager is a must-buy for you.

Overall the performance is perfect and I think the provided pressure levels will be enough to give you even a very intense massage.

Pros and Cons

What We Liked:

  • Portable design
  • Easy to use
  • Heating functionality
  • Powerful pump

What We Didn’t Like:

  • Can be confusing for the initial setup
  • Requires power connection via the provided adapter

beatXP AirStream Review: Final Verdict

beatXP AirStream Leg and Foot Massager is a great choice for anyone who needs a leg, arms, or foot massage without getting someone’s help. You can even gift this massager to your parents or grandparents so they can use it to massage their aching body parts easily. It comes with one year of warranty and you can buy it off the official beatXP online store on Amazon or Flipkart.

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Amit Rahi

He is a tech enthusiast with a keen interest in wearable technology and desktop computers which he expresses through his in-depth reviews and articles. He likes trying out new gadgets and keeps up with the latest news in tech, social media, and pop culture. In his free time, you will find him tinkering with his PC, playing games, or browsing Reddit. At WearablesToUse, he is responsible to test and review the latest wearable gadgets like smartwatches, fitness bands and headphones.