I sure as heck hope so.
Chrip’s been around the block
Over 100,000 people bought the original Plexus Wheel.
With 91% of users giving it a 4 or 5 star rating on Amazon.
The other 9%?
Well I guess their backs still hurt worse than a teenaged heartbreak.
There’s no doubt about it, this company’s legit.
But what makes the Plexus Wheel+ different than the original?
It’s true what they say, size matters
When it comes to fitness rollers, size matters.
Chirp’s 3-wheel pack features different sized rollers to meet different needs.
Say you’re a newbie just getting into this type of thing? Go with the 12-inch “Gentle roller.”
Already a back rollin’ pro? You’re gonna need the 6-inch “Deep tissue” version to really stimulate your spine.
And of course there’s a Goldilocks option, the 10-inch roller cleverly named, “Medium.”
Any of the three should help you limber up, and ideally reduce even chronic back pain.
Are these claims backed up by anybody?
I bought a vitamin last weekend that said, “Reduces hangovers in just 30 minutes.*”
Uh-oh, but what’s that asterisk for?
“These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.”
So I guess you can pretty much say whatever you want as long as it has an asterisk.
Which is why I’m dating a super model.*
BUT unlike my shady vitamin, there are some 3,000 medical professionals who, “use or recommend the original Plexus Wheel on a daily basis.”
Not too bad if you ask me.
How much is the Plexus Wheel+ on Kickstarter?
You can get the early bird 3-pack Plexus Wheel+ for $99.
That includes all three sizes.
Which, if you’re dealing with constant back pain, isn’t so bad.
Check out their video if you haven’t already.
You can tell they try to be funny with it.
And they knock it out of the park.
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