I have one from TimTam and it is fantastic. I recommend it if you like deep tissue massage. I find 5 minutes with it is more effective for the major muscle groups than 20 minutes of a roller (Grid, rad roller, etc.) or lacrosse balls.
It is definitely a luxury item but a worthy investment.
The only downside I find is that it is a bit noisy but I believe the newest TimTam model is quieter.
I have two Theraguns (G2 and G3) and a Hypervolt. My go-to at this point is the Theragun G3 Pro as it’s more powerful than the original Hypervolt. I’m a fan of both but would recommend getting the Hypervolt Pro if you go that route, as you’ll likely want the extra power.
I was once a licensed massage therapist and already owned quite a few massage guns. The bob and brad is pro the best (and a fraction of the cost). I've had the theragun, hypervolt, kraft, etc. I held off on buying these when they first became a thing because I didn't think it was that useful and boy was I wrong. The percussive therapy increases blood flow to the area, improves range of motion, gets rid of lactic acid build up in the site, and essentially aids in overriding pain signals to the brain.
My wife absolutely loves the Kraftgun products and bought two. She keeps one at her office. I am usually not impressed with massage products as nothing beats the hands of a pro, but I have to say that these are both very good. They are not cheap though, I think one was $450 and the other around $400.
I bought one from Urikar. Costs me $140. I like its rotatable handle, which helps me relieve pain in back. Till now I think it's great, although not perfect.
I like how Theragun looks, but maybe a little bit too expensive for me. Considering to buy one.
I have one that cost ~$100. It still works great! It’s much easier to get rid of any random knots. On Sundays I’ll even give myself a full-body massage with it and it acts almost as a reset from my last week of training to my the next one.