The Hyperice Venom Go is a revolutionary heat and vibration wearable that is transforming the way people soothe sore muscles and reduce tension. This device offers unparalleled versatility and customization, making it a top choice for fitness enthusiasts, athletes, and anyone looking to improve their overall well-being.
Featuring nine combinations of heat and vibration, the Venom Go provides spot treatment to relax muscles, relieve stress, and reduce tension. It can be placed anywhere on the body and easily removed thanks to its reusable pads. The device brings the same innovation as the Venom line into a wearable form, making it highly customizable to individual needs.
Kane R. –
It is a great little device but the battery life is pretty terrible. It has to be charged for quite a while. The app also doesn’t tell you when you start if the batter is low so you could be a few minutes in and it just dies. If you keep it charged it’s great.
Stephanie Christensen –
We’ve only used this a few times and it does feel nice while it’s on a sore spot – but the battery life is ridiculously bad. We fully charged it (which took about 3 hours) and then myself and my husband each used it once for 15 min. After the 2nd use, the battery was dead and it was unusable. Have it charging up again now. If this is what it’s like brand new I wonder what it will be like after a while?Kind of regret spending the money on it but we’ll see – hoping it will help w/ our aches.
I bought this for my boyfriend as a gift and it’s a huge hit! He wears it while checking the surf to warm up his shoulder before paddling out. It’s so light and portable but still puts out an amazing amount of vibration and heat. Might have to get a second one for myself.
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M. Chen –
As someone who has sore shoulders/back due to a full day of working at a desk, I was excited to try the Hyperice Venom Go for some relief. While the heat and vibration provided some temporary comfort, the battery life of the device left me feeling drained.I felt like I was constantly having to charge the device, which was almost as frustrating as my back pain. It’s a shame because the heat and vibration combination did feel nice on my sore muscles, but I found myself having to cut my sessions short due to the battery dying every 30-40 minutes.The part that bothers me more is the sticky pad that you are supposed to reuse. After 3 uses, I see the borders of the pad already losing its adhesive. I don’t see it lasting the 20 times Hyperice suggests it could. And at $10/pad for replacements, I can see this getting pricey really quickly.All in all, this little gadget is a decent option for temporary relief, but don’t expect it to be a cure-all for your sore body. It’s a bit like that friend who’s always there for you, but only for a little while before they have to go charge their battery.
Charges like a phone. Get hot fast and has different kind of vibrations. Great for spot on work. Only got a 4 because battery doesn’t seem to last that long, Maybe 30 minutes a charge
Macy G. –
The directions are non existent so you have to kind of “figure it out” On your own. The pain relief seems good, but it does not last long before the battery dies. An ok product
Jeffrey Weiss –
Worked once and then never again
So easy to pop on. Hubby carrys to work in his bag! You’ll be glad you got it. We paid $150 and it’s lower now. But we don’t regret the money!!!
M. Chen –
The Hyperice customer service via chat was great. Was very knowledgeable as he had one Answered all of my questions, and even got a email copy of our conversation. So far the venom go has been great. I’ve used it about 15 times and it really helps relax the muscle. The battery lasts for a little less than an hour but you can make it last a little longer depending on the heat and vibration combination picked. It takes about 2.5 hours to recharge. It has 3 different vibration cycles and 3 heat levels. Heats up immediately and gets nice and warm. The entire 5”X3.5” pad heats up vibrates. The vibration is amazingly strong for its size. The replacement pads are a bit pricey at about $10 each bought in a pack of 3. Wish the venom go was less expensive as I would consider buying another one.
The good: the device is amazingly portable, easy to use and wonderfully wireless. It puts down the heat and them some.Needs improvement: I am one that favors deep tissue work and therefore wished this product was able to give a harder percussion. I know that’s a lot to ask from a small product like this, but then there is room for improvement with any product.The great: the portability of this product and the size. A lot of bang for the buck.Wish list: can’t wait for a portable muscle stem unit with heat like this. Or maybe Hyperice already makes it?
I own several Hyperice devices, including the Venom 2 Back. So at first was skeptical of how hot this could get since it’s super small — but was surprised it actually heats up fast and gets hot — almost too hot. I use it on the middle heat setting with the first vibration pattern for 10-15 minutes on the spot that needs relief.Speaking of spot relief, the sticky pad works well and stays on unless I’m sweaty or just took a shower. I’ve only used one pad so far and it still works very well. They say it can last up to 50 uses, though I’m not sure it can make it that far — maybe if I’m super careful not to get the pad dirty.The strength of this device though is that it can be placed in hard-to-reach areas and controlled from the app they provide. I can adjust everything from the heat level, vibration pattern, length of session, straight from my phone. Love that. Also that it can be worn discretely under most reasonably fitting clothing (not spandex pants, obv.). Looks like you can use multiple devices at once, too, although how many people will own more than one? Nice feature if you can make use of it, though.Overall, highly recommend for anyone who needs spot relief on specific areas of the body, back, legs, arms, chest, etc.
What a fantastic product. Super portable, and it’s great not having to be attached to the cord of a heating pad. It heats up very quickly (feels almost instant). It is perfect for post sport recovery where you might be on the go (I’m looking at you apres-ski), and is really no bigger than than an AirPod case. Nice work hyperice.