Ped Egg Power is a battery-powered dead skin/callus remover that claims to come from the creators of the original Ped Egg. They tout Ped Egg Power is easier to use than the original, as the spinning pad does the buffing for you at 2500 RPM.
Ped Egg Power (and Ped Egg original) are both sold by Telebrands, who boasts to have sold over 40 million Ped Eggs. Let’s take a look at the difference between the two products and the crucial thing they leave out. But first…
The Ped Egg Power Pitch
Ped Egg Power is marketed towards women who like to show off their feet or are plagued by dry, cracked skin. They are pitching Ped Egg Power as even easier to use than the original and will leave your feet feeling sexy and ready to show off.
Ped Egg Power Vs. Ped Egg
Both Ped Egg Power and Ped Egg have one function: to gently remove dead skin cells from your feet. Although they are sold under the Ped Egg name, they are essentially two completely different products:
- Ped Egg Power looks like an electric razor; Ped Egg original looks like an egg and fits in the palm of your hand.
- Ped Egg Power has a buffer of an unnamed mineral of an unknown coarseness on a roller, powered by a battery; Ped Egg original has over 135 “micro files” on its face.
- Ped Egg Power’s roller moves at 2500 spins per minute; Ped Egg is moved manually across your feet
- Ped Egg Power can be moved over your feet in all directions; Ped Egg must be moved back-and-forth in order to work.
- Ped Egg Power lets the dead skill cells fall away; Ped Egg has a hollow container inside that promises to collect them as you groom.
- Ped Egg Power contains no battery information as to whether it can be replaced or recharged; Ped Egg needs no battery.
Ped Egg Power Costs:
$25.99 ($19.99 plus $6.99 S&H.) You can add some Heel Tastic cream for after you’ve Ped-Egg-Powered your feet for another $6.99 in S&H. Note, you have 30 days to try Ped Egg Power and if you don’t find it easier to use than the original (or whatever reason) return it for the initial payment. BUT you must make sure to include a written, “detailed” explanation as to why you are returning it or Telebrands could refuse your request.
Bottom Line: Is Ped Egg Power a Scam?
The original Ped Egg seems to be beloved by millions of people, at least according to Telebrands’ sales numbers as well as the many positive reviews the product receives from consumers that have purchased it.
Depending on how you feel, Ped Egg Power may have some advantages to the Ped Egg, but the main concern we have here is with the battery. What kind does it use? Is it replaceable or rechargeable? Without that information accessible, we suggest you might want to stick to the original or search for a battery-powered callus remover that discloses this important info.