New Chi Ionic Ion Detox Foot Bath Aqua Spa Cleanse Machine Review

Overall Rating44444

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What We DID NOT LIKE About the New Chi Ionic Ion Detox Foot Bath Aqua Spa Cleanse Machine:


Two words: manual and warranty. First, the product has no warranty. Who in this day and age does not give out a warranty? Not even a one-year warranty? No? Not even one month?

Oh, well. At this ionic foot bath’s price of just $150, maybe we could get ourselves a new one every year.

Of course, to be perfectly honest, we can’t really be absolutely, definitely, categorically sure that the product has no warranty. That is just a presumption we made from not finding any warranty information in the product literature—the one that we could hardly decipher.

Which brings us to our second issue with this product: the manual.

Dear product manufacturers, in case nobody has ever told you before, the user manual is meant to enlighten the user on how to operate the unit. It is not supposed to leave him more baffled than before he read it.

We think at this point, it is pretty safe to say this ionic foot bath was not made in the United States. Because if this product manual had been written by our own dear countrymen, then our educational system must be in a far worse state than we ever suspected.

Fortunately—and perhaps, thanks to our educational system—the manual can, in fact, be deciphered after about three readings. And, let’s be honest, a lot of us never really bother to read the manual anyway. We have this gift for knowing exactly where to plug things and how to play them. Hurrah for our educational system!

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Cons of the New Chi Ionic Ion Detox Foot Bath Aqua Spa Cleanse Machine:

  • No warranty. (At its price, you could buy this unit brand new every year for six years.)
  • The wrist band could get itchy. (Just move it around when it does. Or transfer to the other wrist.)
  • You have to be very careful and slow in adding the salt to be able to put in the precise amount necessary. (Putting it in by half pinches does the trick.)
  • Does not come with its own foot tub. (So you are free to choose your favorite color when you get your own tub at the local supermarket!)
  • The user manual—is that English?! (Based on the other reviews, though, everybody’s been able to figure it out eventually.)

Pros of the New Chi Ionic Ion Detox Foot Bath Aqua Spa Cleanse Machine:

  • Once you figure out the manual, it works perfectly. (If you figure out the manual, you can be sure, for one, that your brain is still working perfectly.)
  • Comes with 2 arrays. (A spare—kinda makes up for the lack of warranty, we think.)
  • Comes with a sturdy, easy-to-carry metal case. (Carry it to your in-laws and give them another reason to love you.)
  • Did we mention that it only costs $150?

Recommendation and Results

If this is your first time to buy an ionic foot bath, we at Ionic Foot Bath Reviews highly recommend that you start with this one. Why? First, because it is so cheap. While other models can easily cost up to $900, this one can be had for $150. If you find that it does nothing for you, why, then you can chuck it out much more painlessly at $150 than if you had paid $900 for it.

But we are confident you won’t be chucking it out. A lot of its users, in fact raved about it. One gentleman says he lost his foot pain, liver spots, and, to top it all off, his feet are pink and healthy-looking! See his story here.

Another man felt so good after using the New Chi Ionic Ion Detox Foot Bath Aqua Spa Cleanse Machine that he decided to use it three days in a row instead of the recommended twice a week. Of course, he soon found out that too much of a good thing can be bad—but still, a good thing is a good thing. He eventually decided to follow the manual—we guess it wasn’t so bad after all—and stick to using the device just twice a week. See his story here.

And this person even claims he lost weight using the New Chi Ionic Ion Detox Foot Bath Aqua Spa Cleanse Machine. He even has a scientific theory on why and how that happened. Read his theory here.

Really, the biggest issue everyone has about this product is its less than satisfactory manual. And yet, once they figure out how to use the device, they are happy with it. See their stories here, here, and here.

So for $150, and considering that a similar spa treatment costs about $30 to $60, we at Ionic Foot Bath Reviews think this is a much better product than its price would lead you to suspect. Definitely highly recommended.

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One Customer Review of “New Chi Ionic Ion Detox Foot Bath Aqua Spa Cleanse Machine Review”

Review by admin, March 15, 2011

Overall Rating 44444
Price 44444
Effectiveness 44444
Performance 44444

We DO recommend this ionic foot bath.

–The Ionic Foot Bath Review Team

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