A massage attachment for a motor-driven foot care apparatus is disclosed. The massage attachment has a coupling piece attached torsion tight onto a driving shaft of the foot care apparatus. A central core bar is connected to the coupling piece and receives the rotational movement of the driving shaft directly. Spherical massage elements are rotatably mounted on plug-in axles extending in a direction from the central core bar that drives the axles. The massage attachment has filler elements between the massage elements filling a portion of the interspace between the massage elements. The massage elements define the maximum diameter of the massage attachment such that the massage elements extend beyond the outer top surface of the filler element in the direction of its axis of rotation. The massage elements allow a user to utilize the different rotation behavior of the massage elements during rotation of the massage attachment.

Title
Massage Attachment for Motor-Driven Foot Care Apparatus
Application Number
11/470086
Publication Number
20070225628
Application Date
September 5, 2006
Publication Date
September 27, 2007
Inventor
Klaus Hafemann
Agent
Patent Law Offices Of Rick Martin PC
CO, US
Agent
Rick Martin
CO, US
Assignee
Wik Far East
IPC
A61H 07/00
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