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Exogun DreamPro Percussive Therapy Gun Massager Review


A powerful massage gun at a budget-friendly price

The ExoGun DreamPro Percussive Massager is a quality alternative to some of the more common name brands on the market.

For tension, post-workout lactic acid buildup, chronic spasms, or other muscle tension-related ailments, the ExoGun DreamPro performs comparatively to well-known tools like the Hypervolt Ice and Theragun.


  • Above-average battery life
  • Impressive RPM range of 1,200 to 3,200 strokes per minute
  • 4 useful, diverse attachments
  • Frequent sale offers


  • No dedicated power switch
  • Less than normal documentation included
  • Pistol-grip design is a little less ergonomic than the Theragun

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The ExoGun DreamPro is less known on the percussion massage market than Theragun, but it is built to compete with the best. To know if you could make use of an ExoGun, we need to quickly go over what “percussion massage” means.

Percussion Massage: A Quick Overview

Percussion massage provides the motions of a real physical therapist in a device that can be used at home. It is different than vibration therapy, which simply shakes repeatedly to loosen muscles. Percussion therapy’s signature up and down motion on the motorized head improves muscle function in a whole new way.

For athletes, percussion massage can greatly reduce workout recovery time by breaking up troublesome fascia and getting the blood flowing to your tired muscles. A buildup of lactic acid can make your muscles feel sore the next day. But a percussion massager can cut those feelings down by getting the blood flowing to the tired areas.

This also works for people suffering from chronic muscle conditions related to tension, strains, and spasms, or even more acute injuries. The tense tissues can be relieved with a powerful percussion massage treatment. Regular uses of a machine like the ExoGun can give you back your range of motion and take away your pain by melting tense muscle knots, improving circulation, and loosening up troublesome fascia.

The Speed/Power of the ExoGun DreamPro

The ExoGun is competitive in its market, with a motor that puts out 1,200 to 3,200 percusses per minute. This is higher than the maximum speeds on all three of Theragun’s models. You can change this with six adjustable speed settings.

For even more intensity, you can apply pressure to the gun manually against your muscles. However, to prevent the machine from hurting your tissues, it automatically turns off at 60 pounds per square inch of pressure.

While some athletes have an impressive pain threshold, 60 pounds is plenty to get your muscles the post-workout pounding they need (chronic pain sufferers won’t go nearly that high). The machine also has a stroke length of 16mm, which is competitive on the percussion massager market.

This simply indicates the distance the attachment travels between the machine and your body and it impacts how much force it can dole out.


Like many percussion massagers on the market, the ExoGun DreamPro comes with attachments to target specific muscle groups at different intensities. This particular massager comes with four.

Ball Head

The Ball head is the “main” attachment and appears on most of the gun’s promotional materials. Its popularity stems from the fact that it is designed to target large muscle groups, which is ideal for athletes post-workout.

Bullet Head

On the other side of the spectrum, the Bullet head is the most intense attachment, delivering focused percussion force to a specific tight muscle knot or small area.

Flat Head

The Flat head is a multi-function attachment that is much less intense. It’s useful for large muscles as well and due to its non-aggressive shape, it won’t hurt if it bumps a bone or joint. For less experienced users intimidated by the ExoGun’s power capabilities, the Flat head attachment is a good starting point, particularly for large muscles like the glutes.

Fork Head

The Fork head attachment is split into two points specifically for use on the muscles that connect to the spine. It can percuss these delicate muscles without bumping against the spine and risking injury. Its shape can also be used for a broader approach to massaging sore calf muscles.

Angle of Unit/Handle

The ExoGun DreamPro is designed to be held like a pistol, with the weight of the machine focused on the top above your hand. In more awkward positions, this can be a little more ungainly than the Theragun’s more ergonomic design, but for most uses, the ExoGun’s design offers the same range of motion and the same stability.

The ExoGun can be used one-handed for almost all muscle groups, including behind the head and along the spine. Especially for use on the pecs, shoulders, arms, and legs, the DreamPro is simple to operate by yourself. The pistol grip design is ideal for stability in solo massage.


The ExoGun DreamPro lasts four hours on a full charge, but this can change depending on the speed setting you use. At the most intense power output and even with more manual pressure applied, that number could be less.

To get a full charge, it should be connected to the power supply for about two hours.


In addition to the attachments and the 110 to 240V charging cable, the ExoGun DreamPro also comes with a carrying case. It’s suitably lightweight for workout equipment but not as protective for your expensive machine as a hard-plastic case. This case is also not always free, so check ExoGun’s promotions to find out if you qualify for one.

ExoGun also offers a 1-year limited warranty on the DreamPro, the same as on the company’s entire lineup.


Of course, the price is going to be a sticking point for people shopping for an ExoGun, particularly since the lesser-known brand should come with a price reduction, in theory. The good news is that while the ExoGun is competitively priced at $599 compared to Theragun’s models, the manufacturer also has frequent sales on this model that go as low as $159, which is extremely enticing.

The carrying case is also often offered for free during the device’s frequent sales.

Hands-on Review

I got a chance to test out the Exogun Dream Pro for a few weeks. It shipped in a fairly small package. Everything fit nicely in the bonus carrying case. The case itself is pretty small and had room inside for the Exogun, the 4 attachments, and the charger.

The manual recommended charging the gun fully before first use. It took a few hours to charge, then was ready to go.

What I liked

Using and swapping out the attachments was easy. There is a small rubber ring on each attachment that holds it in place in the Exogun. Installing is just a matter of pushing in the attachment with a bit of effort. Removing was just pulling it out with the same amount of force.

The Exogun feels hefty when you hold it. Not heavy, but solid like a quality item. The angled handle makes it easy to reach most spots on your own.

Turning it on for the first time took some practice. There is a single button to turn the Exogun on and off, and to control the speed. The manual said to hold it for 5 seconds to turn on. We tried that – seemed like we held it much longer than 5 seconds before it came on.

Once going, pressing the button again changes speeds. The 6 speed levels cycle through, then repeat going from slowest to fastest.

We found we could jack it up pretty high to a 5 or 6 and get a nice massage from it on sore muscles. I tried it on a spot on my back and the Exogun hit it really well. It was so powerful my teeth chattered a little while I used it.

I’ve mainly been using the ball attachment. This feels best to me. I’m a bit of a wimp and can’t take the intense feeling from the other attachments. If you are less sensitive than me – or you just love digging in to those nagging muscles – you’ll probably prefer the other attachments.

The battery has lasted for quite a while without recharging. When you turn the device on, it provides the battery charge percent remaining.

What I didn’t like

For the most part, this is a great massage gun. I found the single button a little annoying to operate. It seemed to require just the right touch to turn on/off and to switch speeds. After some practice, it worked better, but wasn’t as intuitive as I would have liked.

The display – at least on my unit – is missing a few bars on the display making it hard to read. Could just be that I received a bad model. And it didn’t impact performance. But still…

There’s also not a ton of information included in the manual. I wasn’t quite sure the purpose of the attachments when I first received the massage gun. Only after some googling did I figure out their purpose.

But otherwise, it’s a great massage gun and it’s reasonably priced.

Final Takeaway

The ExoGun DreamPro is a competitive alternative to more recognizable name brands like Theragun. Its power exceeds its competition and its four attachments give both athletes and chronic pain sufferers a variety of ways to work their muscles on a daily basis.

Despite its industry-standard price, the DreamPro goes through frequent sales periods where it drops to almost a quarter of its normal asking price, which is a huge draw to those that want to reap the benefits of a quality percussion massage without breaking the bank.

For improvements in blood flow post-workout and a professional-grade tool to relieve your chronic pain issues, the Exogun DreamPro Percussive Therapy Gun Massager is a competitive (and infrequently budget-priced) choice in percussive massagers.

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Ben Drew

Ben Drew

Ben is an avid road and trail runner, and has completed multiple marathons and ultras. A former running store owner, he now shares his knowledge and experience writing these articles.

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