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Best Foot Spas for Large feet Aug 2017

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    #1

    Heated Aqua-Jet Foot Spa

    • The heating function works well to heat the water up to 115 degree F and then maintaining the temperature.
    • It has two rotating hydro-jets with two adjustable speeds and two rolling nodes to massage your arches.
    • Comes with a removable pumice stone to exfoliate the rough skin on foot pads and heels.
    • Higher price model

    Brookstone describes its 72819 Heated Aqua-Jet Foot Spa as an oversized whirlpool foot spa with heating function and jet massagers. It might be a bit pricey for what you get, but the consumer ratings are consistently high.

     

  • #2

    Kendal FBD2535 Deep Foot and Leg Spa Bath Massager with Motorized Rolling Massage

    • Feature rich: digitally adjustable water heating, water, motorized massage rollers, hydro-jets for air bubble massage
    • Contains herbal diffuser, pumice stone, a waterfall function, drainage filter with tube to drain out the water, and rolling casters.
    • PTC semiconductors heat the water quickly while preserving a consistent temperature.
    • The tank is also deep enough to massage your calf muscles in addition to your feet
    • This is one of the largest and heaviest spas on the market.

    The Kendal FBD2535 is one of the most feature-rich foot spas out there. It does just about everything, plus  it is the only spa on the market that can accommodate feet larger than a men’s size 14.

  • #3

    All in one foot spa bath massager w/ motorized rolling massage, heat, wave, O2 bubbles, water fall,

    • Feature rich: digitally adjustable water heating, water, motorized massage rollers, hydro-jets for air bubble massage
    • Contains herbal diffuser, pumice stone, a waterfall function, drainage filter with tube to drain out the water, and rolling casters.
    • PTC semiconductors heat the water quickly while preserving a consistent temperature.
    • Doesn’t reach the calves

    The Kendal FDB1023 is one step down from the FDB2535 model. It has almost all the key features of the FDB2535 but the water only goes up to the ankles. Because of this, it is also lighter weighing in at 12 pounds as opposed to 22.

  • #4

    All in one foot spa bath massager with rolling massage, heat, HF vibration, O2 bubbles, digital time

    • Provides all basic features at a great price
    • Does not have advanced features provided by other models

    Kendal’s FBD720 is a basic all-in-one model that includes heated water with adjustable temperature controls, air bubble massage, manual foot rollers, and water wave. It is an excellent spa for the money if you are not looking for lots of extra bells and whistles.

If you have larger than average feet, chances are that you are having a hard time finding a home foot spa to accommodate them. In fact, the larger your feet are, the fewer options are available to you. But you must already know this because here you are. Well, we are here to help you, my friend.

Truth is, most foot spas are built for people with small- to medium-sized feet. Finding one that will comfortably accommodate feet larger than a men’s size 11 can be a real challenge. The good news: After a ton of research–and I do mean a TON–we were able to find a few home spas that can accommodate foot sizes up to a men’s 14 and one that accommodates a men’s size 16. The bad news:  If you have feet larger than size 16, you are out of luck.

That said, we were able to find some nice home spas for people with bigger than average feet. Our main criteria were the ability to accommodate a men’s size 14 and up, plus an above-average consumer rating (at least 3.5 out of 5) based on the most popular product websites. We found a total of four spas meeting those criteria:  one each from Brookstone and three from Kendal.

While we were able to find some good home foot spas for people with larger feet, there were not many and none were lower-end models. We also found that many product manufacturers do not publish maximum foot size or interior dimensions on their websites. When foot size is indicated, it often does not specify whether they are referring to women’s or men’s sizes. More often than not, if the distinction is not made, the description is referring to women’s sizes, so it is important to investigate further to ensure you are getting something that will work for you.