The Rehab Roller comes at standard price of $69.97. Is it worth it? No, it’s more than worth it. It’s a bargain. It’s a good deal, its affordable, and it’s reasonable. This product contains 5 products in one, making it affordable to have all of the fitness and rehab tools you need to take care of your body. This is one of the reasons I made it. I want patients to have a tool they can use for any exercise their therapist prescribes. Let me give you a story about a patient of mine. I was working with a patient and over the course of one year, on and off for different conditions, I realized that year she had every fitness product in our clinic, as well as a few others. So I looked in the physiotherapy magazines and brochures I got from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association to see how much money she had dished out for fitness products. She had purchased a calf stretcher, a peanut roller/acu ball back roller, and foam roller. The plastic slant board that she purchased was $80.99 (these typically will range anywhere from $60-$120 retail) The EVA foam roller she purchased was $59.99 (there is a lot of variety when it comes to foam rollers, but these also range from $19-$190) The Peanut roller, she purchased from our clinic for $19.99 (These range from $15-$59) Now, I’m no math major, I’m just a physiotherapist, but when you add that all up, she paid around $160.97 before tax and shipping, for 3 products. They were good, useful products, but they are all included in our foam roller. Our Rehab Roller actually has 5 products in one. All of these products are incorporated in it, as well as a wrist/finger/hand stretcher (which doesn’t even exist on the market, to my knowledge, but lets say another $20-$30 value at least) and an edge that can be used as a acupressure ball, or active releaser that will mimic your therapists hand (~$20 value). The Rehab Roller includes at least approximately $160.97 of value, all for $49.97. So, in conclusion; I think it’s a good deal, I think it’s affordable, and reasonable. Additionally, when you get one you become part of the Rehab Roller team on a quest to have a better functioning pain free and more functional, comfortable body. You get the added value of having videos, Instagram stories/posts/ info pages, reminders and instructions of how to use the roller, and more. So Instead of buying a single set of various fitness products that you’ll probably never use, or lose in the corners of your dwelling for $160, buy three Rehab Rollers and give them as gifts to your friends and family, they’ll thank you, and you’ll have spent the same amount of money. Slightly less, actually.