Aldi is selling back massagers from £30 - here's the full range

The budget supermarket is selling four variations of the massagers (Photo: Shutterstock)
The budget supermarket is selling four variations of the massagers (Photo: Shutterstock)

If you've been experiencing work from home-induced back pain, Aldi has the answer - remote-controlled full back massager.

Over the last few months, thousands have moved to remote working as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

While positive in many ways, a lack of office-standard equipment at home has caused aches and pains for many - particularly in the back and neck.

Luckily, Aldi has come to the rescue with a range of four massagers which go on sale from Sunday, 27 September.

The massagers cost between £29.99 for a handheld one and £99.99 for a remote control operated back massager for the full works.

What are the options?

At the cheapest end of the scale, the Salter Handheld Massager can be used wherever your muscles are feeling sore, with two nodes to dig into those painful knots. It has two adjustable speeds, a heat function, and costs £29.99.

The Salter Neck Massager is designed to give you a deep-kneading Shiatsu massage and comes with a comfort wrap, three adjustable speeds and heat functions. It costs £34.99.

For the same price, you can also purchase a Salter Massage Cushion, designed to help you drop off at night if you're having trouble sleeping. It offers a deep-kneading Shiatsu massage with a heat function to relax you just before bed.

If you'd like the full works, you can get the Salter Pro Back Massager for £99.99. This massager offers a 'high definition targeted massage' with total, upper or lower back zone options. It also has a separate neck massage option, heat function and a remote control.

When can I buy one?

The massagers form part of Aldi's cycling offering and can be pre-ordered before they go on sale Sunday 27 September.

Usually, Aldi's Special Buy products sell out quickly, so if you want to get hold of a massager you shouldn't hang around.

The items won't be in Aldi's middle aisle - to get your hands on one you can pre-order them here.