A Prime charge.
When you have muscle pain, the process of finding the right charger can be excruciating. To combat this nuisance, Theragun® developed their Prime Charging Stand.
To charge the battery of you Theragun® Prime, simply slide the massager into this convenient stand in one easy step. And because the Prime can remain in the stand even when fully charged, it allows you to transition from charging to using your device faster than ever.
For muscle pain, grab your Theragun® Prime. And to charge that Prime, use the Theragun® Prime Charging Stand.
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Mfg PartNum: PRIME-STND-PKG-US
Weight: 1.65 lbs (0.750kg)
Dimensions: 4.3 in x 8.0 in x 3.4 in (11.0 cm x 20.5 cm x 8.6 cm)
Charge Time: Full charge in 80 minutes
I have a Theragun prime, use most days and like it. The device charges through a 15v 1,5A brick with round laptop like connector to the device. I left the charger at our vacation house, and wanted one for home. As best I can tell, Theragun does not sell a spare charger, Information on the web was sparse. This stand includes a charging brick (not pictured, confusingly), which can plug into the stand or the device. The stand is cheap plastic, and you have to very carefully fit the device into the stand while inserting the tiny round charger end into a device port which you cannot see. Took me about 3 tries to break it. Took the device apart, and the screws that support the charger are so short, they barely reach the flimsy plastic support posts. These were broken, but a longer screw was able to reach a much stronger area, and so far, I have not broken it again.