About Ped Egg Spa
Ped Egg Spa is a sonic callous remover that vibrates at 5,000 RPM to gently exfoliate your feet, remove dead skin cells and rough patches, and leave them soft and smooth. With Ped Egg Spa’s hands-free sonic technology, you’ll be able to accomplish all of this without bending, stretching, or reaching.
Simply attach Ped Egg Spa to your tub or shower using its built-in suction cups and easily start it with a tap of your foot; it’s fully waterproof design means you can use it wet or dry, without effort!
Even if you don’t have limited flexibility, you’ve got to admit that Ped Egg Spa seems to make exfoliating your feet super easy. Can it, though? Even if it does perform exactly as advertised, is it worth the money? Join us as we hunt for some answers, all aimed at helping you shop smarter.
Is Ped Egg Spa One In a Million?
You’ve undoubtedly heard of Ped Egg before, a small handheld device that’s been on the market since 2009, and was at one time the biggest hit ever for ASOTV company Telebrands (more about them in a moment). In fact, it was such a big hit that it’s spawned dozens of spinoffs within the line, including Ped Egg Power, Platinum, Professional, and more.
Compared to these options though, Ped Egg Spa seems to take a slightly different approach to de-callusing your feet. Instead of using spinning action and a sandpaper-like surface, Ped Egg Spa seems to simply vibrate, or use what they call “sonic technology.” However, based on the word’s definition, we don’t think Ped Egg Spa’s plate is actually vibrating faster than the speed of sound—it’s basically marketing jargon.
On top of the main vibrating plate, you can attach one of two surfaces:
- A silicone massaging plate to help reinvigorate your feet.
- A synthetic exfoliating pumice surface used to get rid of calluses and smooth your feet.
With such a big changeup in their design, has the new Ped Egg Spa been well received by customers?
Online Customer Feedback For Ped Egg Spa
Here at HighYa, we try to review new products as quickly as possible, so there often hasn’t been enough time for them to garner online reviews, and it’s no different with Ped Egg Spa. However, we can take a cue from what customers are saying about other Ped Egg products.
On Amazon, the original Ped Egg had an average rating of 3.5 stars, based on nearly 1,000 individual reviews. Common compliments were that it worked great and easily provided smoother feet, while others didn’t like the quality or the fact that it didn’t work as advertised.
Pro tip: Keep in mind that these complaints are identical for just about any ASOTV product you come across, so it’s not unique to Ped Egg.
It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about the original Ped Egg or any other version, or if you’re reading reviews on Amazon or elsewhere online, these complaints are found pretty much wherever you look.
What about Ped Egg Spa’s manufacturer? Ped Egg Spa is made by Telebrands, the largest ASOTV company in existence. In addition to the Ped Egg line, they also make popular options like TouCan Can Opener, Lazer Bond, Pocket Hose Ultra, and more. They had a C- BBB rating based on 1,050 closed complaints at the time of our research, based on many of the same complaints we’ve discussed.
How about Ped Egg Spa’s price though? Will you be satisfied with that?
How Much Does Ped Egg Spa Cost?
One Ped Egg Spa will cost you $19.99 plus $7.99 S&H, although you’ll be able to purchase second device at checkout for an additional $7.99 S&H.
Each Ped Egg Spa you order will include two changeable attachments: a silicone massaging plate and synthetic exfoliating pumice plate.
All Ped Egg Spas come with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges. Think about it this way: If you purchase the BOGO offer and have to ship them back, you could lose and much in S&H as you’ll get back as a refund!
Still want to return your Ped Egg Spa? You’ll need to call Telebrands customer service at 844-814-9724.
Is Ped Egg Spa the “Ultimate At-Home Pedicure Experience”?
Do you enjoy being pampered at your local salon while getting a pedicure? Who doesn’t! Well, although it’ll probably cost you less, don’t think you’ll get anything similar with Ped Egg Spa.
Sure, it’s reasonable to believe that its vibrating pumice plate can exfoliate feet and remove calluses (at least to some extent), and that its massaging plate probably feels good, but you might be dreaming if you think it’ll give you a spa-like experience. Also, remember that ASOTV products generally don’t have reputations for lasting long, so you might not end up getting much use out of your Ped Egg Spa before it stops working.
On top of this, although Ped Egg Spa features a fairly unique design, there are dozens of ways to exfoliate and get rid of calluses, and hundreds of manufacturers that make products that could work just as well for you. Many of these options can even be found locally saving you a lot in non-refundable S&H charges.
Our opinion? If you’ve been unable to properly exfoliate your feet due to injury or other flexibility issues, and you don’t want to spend money visiting the salon, then Ped Egg Spa might be right up your alley. On the other hand, if you’re just looking for something new, we might recommend searching at nearby stores.