Hypersphere Mini review: big massage in a mini ball

The Hypersphere Mini is a vibrating massage ball designed help you dig bit deep into your muscles to help release tension and improve mobility in your shoulders, lats, neck, hips, and more.

For the past 12 or so years, I’ll often grab my handy but non-vibrating lacrosse ball to do the trick. So I was understandably a bit skeptical when first looking into the Hypersphere.

And I went with the Mini version of the Hypersphere, because I feel like the smaller size would be a lot more useful to be able to get deeper into the smaller muscles, as those tend to get the tightest for me.

The Hypersphere Mini comes with the Vibrating Massage Ball, a stand, and a USB charger that gives it around two hours of use before a new charge is needed.

To turn it on, you hold the power button for three seconds and then you can choose from three intensity settings. Personally I found the highest setting to be really crazy high (watch the video to see it take off by itself on this setting ), and so I only used that highest setting on really large muscle groups like my hips.

Overall, I have to say I am actually a bit shocked at how much I ended up enjoying the Hypersphere, and I honestly think I get more daily use out of this than even the more widely popular and beloved Hypervolt

The vibration on this thing just takes the whole massage ball experience to another level. It’s not just the fact that it feels great to use, but also really helps with the Myofascial release that I’m looking for when using a ball like this.

Hypersphere Mini compared to lacrosse ball

In terms of size, the mini is slightly larger than a lacrosse ball which I think is a great size for most people. The normal-sized Hypersphere seems a bit too big for me (a 200-lb guy) to get a lot of use from so I think most people would be better off ordering the mini.

The only small complaint I have is that the charger can be a bit hard to plug in, but since you probably won’t have to charge it more than once every 1-2 weeks, I haven’t found that to be a significant issue.  

If you want to check out the Hypersphere Mini, you can order it for $99 on Prime here.

FTC: Connect The Watts is reader supported, we may earn income on affiliate links

Subscribe on YouTube for more Connected Fitness Tech News, Updates, Tips and Guides:

Load more...
Show More Comments