Price: Buy 1 Get 1 Free for $10. S&H for each: ($6.99 x2 = $13.98). Online price special is not available in stores (at the time of this writing). Offer also comes with a free bottle of Miracle Foot Repair Lotion .
Price: 1 for $19.95 + $9.95 S&H. Second one for $9.95 + $9.95 S&H.
It's harder to think of a more successful product in recent years than TELEBrand's Ped Egg. A product so popular that at one time they released a special edition Pink Ped Egg for a Susan G. Koman for the cure event. Portable, convenient, effective, the Ped Egg continues to be a staple of the industry.
And has its share of "admirers." Like PediBrush
PediBrush, like Ped Egg, is a convenient foot care product. Imagine taking a Ped Egg, flipping it upside-down, stapling a brush on the bottom and taping it to the end of a junior league hockey stick. Now, you have a PediBrush.
Ped Egg is designed for function and convenience. It's travel ready and can catch the flakes it creates. PediBrush is geared more towards those who can't bend over to reach their feet. Great for the shower, great for convenience, the PediBrush is designed to let your foot do most of the work instead of having to feel like you're taking a cheese grater to your feet.
In fact, once upon a time TELEBrands had a PediBrush type product: Pedi Pistol. It looked like something that could slap shot a hockey puck. I haven't seen one of those in awhile. I hope they come back.
Ped Egg has been around and has sold incredible volumes. The complaints are typical. Great measuring stick: Consumer Reports gave the Ped Egg a thumbs up.
PediBrush hasn't had the same level of commercial push that we've seen, yet. So, accordingly, we don't find as much. In fact, if you start a search for PediBrush with enough keywords, Google will start to wonder whether or not you misspelled the product and were trying to look for "roto brush" instead.
There was some concern we saw regarding the shipping and handling price. We have 2 guesses:
So, which would you use? The known quantity in Ped Egg or PediBrush, the one that could give you foot massages during a bubble bath?
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