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September 16, 2022

Hyperice introduces heat therapy products Venom Go and Venom 2

Venom Go includes three levels each of vibration and heat therapy, providing instant treatment for sore and stiff muscles.

Hyperice has introduced two new products, Venom Go and Venom 2, in its heat therapy category.

Venom Go is a heat and vibration wearable that provides spot treatment for an increased number of body parts that include the upper and lower back, neck, calves, shoulders and forearms.

It comprises a control pod that magnetically connects to an adhesive pad and is applied directly to the skin.

Through an easy-to-use button control on the pod, users can access three levels of vibration and three of heat therapy.

Venom Go provides instant treatment for sore and stiff muscles by delivering heat of up to 113°F within 90 seconds of being applied to the skin. The standard recovery session runs for ten minutes.

It can be charged through a USB connection and controlled using a Bluetooth connection and the Hyperice App.

By syncing multiple pods, users can also receive customised spot treatments across different body areas at once.

Hyperice CEO Jim Huether said: “The new Venom Go is a revolutionary product for us, as it widens the application of our Venom technology and addresses the need for a powerful heat and vibration solution for spot treatment.”

Venom 2 is claimed to be the most advanced heat and massage wrap available in models specifically for the back, legs and left or right shoulders.

The overall heating surface has been expanded by 111%, more than doubling the original treatment surface.

The new Hyperice device features a three-hour battery life and heats to 131°F in one minute.

The device can be connected to the Hyperice App through Bluetooth connectivity, which unlocks more routines to increase and customise time, temperature and vibration.

Additionally, Hyperice has launched its new HyperHeat technology for more consistent, quick distribution of heat to a greater surface area.

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