Medical king Foot Spa with Heat and Massage and Jets Includes A Remote Control A Pumice Stone Collapsible Massager with Bubbles and Vibration

14 customer reviews


Use for Feet
Power Source plug in wier
Material Plastic
Item Weight 1.95 Kilograms
Brand Medical king

  • Relax Feet Muscle pain with 2 powerful Bubble Je
  • heated foot spa 5 in 1 includes adjustable heating with Temperature control- oxygen bubbles to promote blood circulation and metabolism, – Vibration to make you the massage enjoyable , – pedicure Stone – help removing calluses, corns and dead skin, Mini Massage Points – all the options can word individually
  • foot bath spa 14 massage rollers removable for your comfort – being shaped in a foot shape to make it most cmfortable for the feet and give the maximum massage to all angels
  • portable foot spa at home or at office or you take it along anywhere you going
  • foot spas temperature range of 3 levels
Additional information
Weight 4.3 kg
Dimensions 13 × 7 cm
Product Dimensions ‏

‎ 16 x 13 x 7 inches; 4.3 Pounds

Item model number ‏

‎ MK7041

Date First Available ‏

‎ March 31, 2022



Manufacturer ‏

‎ Medical king

Reviews (14)

14 reviews for Medical king Foot Spa with Heat and Massage and Jets Includes A Remote Control A Pumice Stone Collapsible Massager with Bubbles and Vibration

  1. Bryan

    I like the product but I can’t give it a full score because it resembles me too much.The reason being is because, for some reason, I can’t ever seem to get the remote to work when I want it to, which resembles me at my own job. It would go to sleep on its own and requires a few taps and seconds before it finally “wakes up” to do its job, also just like me. Thankfully, there’s another button on the main body itself to get it to change temperatures and/or stop.Speaking of temperature control, this thing gets really really hot, even on the lowest setting. Me, my wife, and my kid all share the same sentiment that even on the lowest temperature, the thing becomes a bit too hot, just like me. Thankfully, you can just turn it off and let the warm water soak your foot otherwise.Wonky remote aside, it’s pretty easy to use.

  2. EKS

    I debated buying one of these cuz we’ve all either seen or dropped off similar ones at the thrift store. However, with recent foot pain after long days at work I decided to give the old foot spa another go. I had considered just buying a cheap tub and adding hot water to it cuz all I really want is the hot soak anyway but I decided to go with this.I like my water hot. Like as hot as my bathtub goes. This spa is too hot on the hot setting! (There are 3 temp settings or you can turn the heat off all together). Like, it can burn you. So just be careful of that. But it is nice to have a tub that keeps your water hot. The bubbles and control are a nice touch but don’t really do anything in my opinion. It can be a little loud. I like the rollers but again, is it really doing or offering much? Not really. More just something to play with while soaking my feet with Epsom salt or a foot bath bomb. If you are looking for foot pain relief I’d recommend an electronic foot massager. However, if you are looking for a nice hot soak, I’d recommend this product. I use both and they pair up nicely for a little self care.

  3. MAUI

    I really just wanted a tub to soak my feet, but the more I looked, the more I thought these bubblers would be nice, I finally narrowed it down to this one based on features as well as reviews, once it arrived I set it up easily, just extend it, fill it with enough water, and in my case, I added some soothing epsom salts, I used the remote to power it on, set the temp and turned on the bubbles, the buttons on the remote are straight forward, but theres also a button on the unit which will get you let you access the functions with a series of corresponding “presses” , there is an indicator light in the tub so you know what heat setting its on, it vibrates and it has rollers on the bottom to massage my feet, there is also a pumice stone in the tub, which for me is in an awkward spot, its right in the middle behind the bubbler, so I cant really rub my entire foot on it, so far, over all, I like the unit, you can hear it, but its not loud, I like the functions, the remote is super handy, and its roomy, the average person shouldn’t have any issues, minus one star for position of the pumice stone

  4. Ninemikemike

    Before purchasing this I was reading the reviews saying that the high heat was too hot, I was like,”yeah ok whatever”, but let me tell you, high heat gets freaking hot, and I mean hot. I’m the guy that takes scalding hot showers. It’s doable but still a lil too hot for my comfort. I’m happy with it so far, the foot massagers and pumice stone are pretty much just for looks in my opinion, unless you have tiny feet. But other than that I’d say buy it, I just hope it lasts

  5. Tyler Pritchard

    I like the temperature and the bubbles. I like that it’s collapsible. The remote is a little wonky, but functional. I wear size 12 men’s shoe in the U.S., and I can’t make use of the pumice stone for anything but my heals, and since my feet can’t move around much, the “massage” rollers are just kind of uncomfortable. If I were going to improve this product I would make it bigger, remove the rollers, and add some kind of foam lip to the rim so outside of my lower legs aren’t up against hard plastic.

  6. Christopher

    I like that it can easily fold away. I feel the feet space would be nicer if it was a little bit longer but it fits my 11 1/2 feet fine.The heat feature on this thing is no joke it gets hot fast! It has a wireless remote that must be pointed at the top to engage any of its feature but it snaps into place when not in useThe only negative thing I’d say is… It makes bubbles but doesn’t actually vibrate to give that massage feelingThe above reason is the only reason I’m not giving it a 5 star

  7. Adele

    After reading many reviews, I was looking forward to getting this foot bath.Pros:• Love the fact that it heats the water. That feature works amazingly!• The ability to collapse the tub is convenient for storage.• The remote.Cons:• The bubbles are disappointing. One little hole on each side is just not enough. I wanted more.• The rollers on the bottom of the tub… they just seem pointless. I get the intention, but it’s just a let down.All in all, I’m returning and on the hunt for something that more closely meets my expectations.

  8. T J

    I love the product!! It kept the water warm the entire time. Only dislike I had was the remote control didn’t work. I changed the batteries and it still didn’t work. Outside of that, the foot bath was GREAT!!

  9. Craig

    Overall nice foot soaking. I’m happy with it. It took a long time to get hot, but it did

  10. Michael

    Love this thing so far. It gets hot and stays hot.

  11. Glen Foster

    I got this to deal with a few problems with on of my feet, a fungus-infected big toe, and some slight neuropathy. After just two half-hour soaks my feet feel and look much better. I stubbed the fungy toe and almost separated the nail, and the foot bath even made that feel better, still going to lose the nail, but I am sure that I’ll grow another with the help of this product. I use it with the Himalayan bath salts that are listed as an “also buy” on the product page, these are nice too.Downsides: the remote is useless, the directions are nonsensical, inaccurate, and incomplete, the manufacturing is typical “just good enough” Chinese quality.

  12. giezi

    Love the the comfort and easy storage. Water gets hot very fast. Love it. Better than the spa.

  13. dave

    Wish you could use the bubbles without having the heat on.

  14. Tyler

    Would highly recommend. Looks great and the break down/ compress feature for storage is perfect. Bought for my wife and she loves it. Gets hot but not too hot. Rollers are good for massaging and bubbles are great to keep that water moving. It’s even pretty quiet! Super easy to use with remote.

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