Brookstone’s Aqua-Jet Foot Spa and Foot Bath is mainly designed to help enhance blood circulation by relieving tight muscles and tired feet. It features two powerful water jets that go around the feet to create a personalized massage. It can heat water up to 115 degrees Fahrenheit and maintain that same amount of temperature throughout the session. Aqua-Jet Foot Spa and Foot Bath is also perfect for those who have big feet as it can comfortably accommodate feet that are up to 14 inches in length. Moreover, it features a removable pumice stone that can help cleanse unwanted skin on foot pads.

Key Features

  • Has two rotating jets, with speeds that can be easily adjusted for a more personalized massaging experience
  • Does not require hot water to be added from time to time as it maintains water temperature of up to 115 degrees Fahrenheit
  • A removable pumice stone is purposely added to help exfoliate dry skin on foot pads and heels
  • Can accommodate up to 14 inches foot length

Detailed Review of the Aqua-Jet Foot Spa and Foot Bath

Foot Baths - heated foot bathDesign and Durability (3.00/5.00)

Brookstone did a great job of creating a roomy foot spa, as most of the foot massagers available in the market often come short in foot space. The Aqua-Jet Foot Spa and Foot Bath is good for anybody, who has  a foot length of up to 14 inches, as they can just comfortably slip both their tired feet on this spa and freely move them throughout the session. I find it a bit heavy though at 13.2 pounds most especially that you’d still need to add liters of water on it. It’s recommended that you choose a permanent spot on where you’d want to use it most often. The removable pumice stone is quite a good addition for this foot spa as it can do the finishing touches on your feet. A big downside though is the fact that no add-in products like salt or soaks can be added to water. If you do, the jets may clog and a replacement may be imminent for that matter. The build seems durable, despite its not so attractive design.

Ease of Use (4.5/5.0)

The foot spa is easy to use, with just two adjustable speeds to control the rotating jets. You also need not to spend a lot of time adjusting the heat, because it can easily maintain the desired heat temperature. For some reasons though, it takes several minutes (almost half an hour) to heat up water. Other than the weight that you have to deal with, overall, it’s just very easy to operate and clean.

Efficiency (5.0/5.0)

The two rolling nodes of the foot spa work well in terms of rubbing the muscles of your entire feet. It’s also able to live up to its promise of maintaining the water temperature to your desired heat level.  The water jets are quite strong which should really feel good on your tired feet. In just about 15-20 minutes of using it, you’ll observe that you’re feet are much more relaxed. Just don’t overdo it or spend more than 30 minutes, else you’ll soon observe it’s already quite irritating on the feet.

Price (4.0/5.0)

For me, the Aqua-Jet Foot Spa and Foot Bath is slightly expensive at $99.99. Although I find this one much more efficient in relaxing your tired feet, the foot spa experience would have been better with salt or soaks added on it. Still, its soothing results are well worth your money.


  • Easy to use and operate
  • Effectively soothes your tired and aching feet
  • Maintains heat temperature at your desired level
  • Spacious, can accommodate foot length of up to 14 inches


  • Quite heavy to carry most especially if you already have water on it
  • A bit pricy
  • Can’t add salt, scrubs, or oils on it, else it gets damaged


The Aqua-Jet Foot Spa and Foot Bath is a good buy for those who often spend money just to get a foot spa. It’s easy to operate and is effective in terms of relaxing your tired feet. Although it’s a bit pricy compared to other foot spas, this one should save you a considerable amount of money in the long run.