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Theragun Pro Plus Cold Attachment

Original price $89.00 - Original price $89.00
Original price
$89.00 - $89.00
Current price $89.00

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Theragun Pro Plus Cold Attachment

Theragun PRO Plus cold therapy attachment – to reduce inflammation, pain and swelling. The cold attachment syncs with your device to provide three temperature levels: 5, 10, 15 Celsius / 41, 50, 59 Fahrenheit.

Take your recovery to the next level with the Cold Attachment, exclusively designed for the Theragun PRO Plus device (not included). Effectively reduce pain, inflammation and swelling with three scientifically-calibrated temperature levels of cold therapy, allowing you to customize your treatment based on your specific needs.


  • Relieve pain
  • Reduce swelling
  • Reduce inflammation

Icy cold. Instant relief. Reduce pain, swelling and inflammation with Theragun PRO Plus’s add-on cold therapy attachment. Apply it post-workout or to treat minor bumps and injuries.

What is cold therapy? Cold therapy delivers localized, consistent cold temperatures to the body to reduce pain, swelling and inflammation, aiding in injury treatment.

Compatible with Theragun PRO Plus.

Theragun Pro Plus Cold Attachment


  • What's Included: Cold attachment with 3 temperature settings: 5°C/41°F, 10°C/50°F, 15°C/59°F
  • Dimensions: 76mmx68mmx68mm
  • Weight: 130g
  • Material: Aluminium and PC+ABS
  • Warranty: 90-day warranty

How-To Guide

To add Cold Therapy to your routine, connect the Cold Therapy attachment to your Theragun PRO Plus. Firmly press the center button on the device to turn it on. The device’s TFT LCD screen will light up when the device is on. Short press the right button to toggle to the cold indicator. Short press the up button to make the temperature colder and vice versa.

There are three cold temperature settings:

Low: Use the low temperature setting on sensitive areas and if you are new to cold therapy.
Medium: Use the medium temperature setting for full-body recovery and general discomfort.
High: Use the high temperature setting for targeted pain relief.