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Bob And Brad D6 Pro Review

Bob and Brad D6 Pro Review – More Than Just a Theragun Pro Knockoff?

Welcome to this in-depth Bob and Brad D6 Pro review.

This is another Bob and Brad massage gun we are reviewing this year. But this one may be the most interesting one of the Bob and Brad guns we have seen yet.

We’ll be looking at whether this thing is a worthy massage gun. Or is it the Theragun Pro knockoff that it uncannily resembles?

Bob And Brad D6 Pro Massage Gun


TIP: If you haven’t heard of Bob and Brad, they are perhaps the most famous physiotherapists online. Their YouTube channel has close to half a billion.

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Bob and Brad D6 Pro Review

Bob and Brad D6 Pro Specifications

Bob And Brad D6 Pro Massage Gun Specification Device Box Img
Our testing impressions:
  • Really powerful deep tissue massage gun
  • Top-notch design & quality
  • Excellent Value for Money

Our review score:

4.7

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FeatureBob and Brad D6 Pro Specs
Stall Force~60 lbs (advertised: 80 lbs)
Stroke Length16 mm
Speeds6
Percussion range1460 – 2460 RPM (advertised: 1500 – 2500 RPM)
Weight2.86 lbs (measured with a flat attachment)
Dimensions 10.5″ x 7.6″ x 3.1″
Attachments7 included
Noise (decibel)~67.1 dB (on top speed)
Battery2500 mAh
1.5 – 2 hours (advertised: 3 hours)
ProsVery powerful
True to specs
USB-C charging
Adjustability
Nice Attachments
Good Ergonomics
ConsHeavy
Non-removable battery
Too Theragun-ish? (lack of uniqueness)
Warranty1-year default
2-year for our readers
Base Price & Discount$249 before coupon
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Video Review

Check out our exclusive video below, where we unpack and scrutinize the Bob and Brad D6 Pro massage gun. Get the visual insight to match this review.

What Is Included?

We have to talk about the carrying case first, which is reminiscent of all other Bob and Brad massage gun cases. It’s a hard case, a single zippered bag.

It’s perhaps the first real difference from Theragun Pro Gen 5. The Pro’s case is softer and perhaps better (see it in our review here), but we also like this D6 Pro one. It looks sturdy and likely to last a while.

We also like how compact they kept it – just enough to fit the gun and whatever else needs to fit in there.

There is a smaller case that carries the attachments, which is awesomely convenient.

There is also the manual that includes the device’s specs. It has very well-written “how to use” information – probably the best we have seen in a while. It’s 86 pages with lots of info and pictures.

We also found a USB charger and two spare gaskets for the attachments.

Now, back to the device itself.


Design

If we didn’t know better, we’d say this design looks similar to Theragun Pro.

Maybe it’s not quite the triangle that is Theragun Pro, but there’s no mistaking that someone was referencing Theragun Pro as they designed this one.

Bob And Brad D6 Pro And Theragun Pro Side By Side
The D6 Pro looks and feels like Theragun Pro.

Either way, it’s not that bad. We’d say the quality is excellent and almost close to what Theragun Pro has.

It’s nicely built with decent-quality materials. The body is all plastic, but it’s good-quality plastic. We love the sleek finish with rounded edges—it looks very modern.

Another thing we noticed (put that in the differences bucket) is that there is no aluminum plating, as on Theragun Pro, which is the motor covering. That aside, there is no denying this device could be a copy of Theragun Pro (a classic case of “copy everything but don’t make it obvious”). What are we talking about?

The OLED display is located in more or less the same place as Theragun Pro. Even though the ergonomics have been slightly tweaked, the arm is painted glossy black, even as the rest is matte black. The same thing as Theragun Pro.

As you will see in other sections of this review, there are even more similarities.

Our Take

This is a highly impressive massage gun at first glance.

The build quality and everything else is on point (if you like). If you have seen the Theragun Pro (if not, here is our review), you might know what we’re on to. But is this a good thing?

Well, this is likely awesome for customers. But we’re not overly impressed by how uncannily similar it is to one of the most popular massage guns.

We know that Therabody has patented​1​ the overall design of their massage guns, including some features. We know that even the attachments design and features are patented. It helps to keep them unique, something we like to applaud whenever we mention Therabody. 

The D6 Pro looks like a copycat of the Theragun Pro. We’ll give them credit for not making everything similar. But we have mixed feelings about this.

Nevertheless, we are not expert designers and didn’t take part in making this massage gun. We can only give our honest assessment based on the experience we have gathered using massage guns.

No doubt, customers will want to buy this affordable Theragun Pro knockoff.


Size and Ergonomics

This large device measures 10.5 inches high, 7.6 inches wide (without the attachment), and 3.1 inches thick.

It weighs 2.86 pounds (or 1299 grams) with a flat head-mounted, about the same as Theragun Pro gen 5, which weighs 2.82 pounds with the ball head-mounted.

If we consider the massage gun weight standard, this is one of the heaviest devices on the market. This means your arm will be fatigued if you hold it for longer.

But Bob and Brad ensured you get an ergonomic device that sort of mitigates the extra weight problem. When discussing ergonomics, we must mention how similar it is to Theragun Pro, but the devil is in the details.

Bob and Brad avoided Theragun’s signature triangular shape and opted for a D-shape with two handling areas—should we call them handles? Even then, Theragun’s shape is better because you have three handles. Even the angling is better.

This D-shape adopted by Bob and Brad D6 Pro doesn’t offer plenty of angles to work with. In fact, the two handles feel pretty similar. However, we noticed that the distance between the handles makes one better for massaging the front muscles, while the other is better when you want to massage the back muscles.

The bottom and upper handles work the same way but are not as versatile as Theragun’s handles. These ergonomics are great for such a large and heavy device.

But why didn’t they go for Therabody’s patented triangular shape? Your guess is as good as ours. We’ll refer to what we alluded to earlier: a case of copying but not making it obvious. Even so, you can’t help but see the similarities.

That said, we know that Therabody furiously fought against imitators, including against guns that had the D-shape. Remember once-popular Kraftgun Force and Lifepro Pulse FX? Both devices no longer sell as a result of Theragun’s legal action. We’ll watch out for how long this one lasts. 

That aside, we like the material on the handles—slightly rubberized plastic. But we don’t like the shape of the handles. Instead of round, they opted for plain oval with edged sides. The edges feel slightly rounded, but not enough for our liking. You feel discomfort from those edges when you hold the device for a few minutes.

The adjustability of the arm is another key feature that we noticed here. The gun’s arm is adjustable, again, just like Theragun Pro.

But they made it slightly better. Instead of 4 lockable positions, they added one more. A push button allows you to adjust the arm from 0 to 90 degrees.

Bob And Brad D6 Pro Rotating Arm
Adjustable arm with 6 lockable positions.

Our Take

We like the ergonomics here, but we’d go for Theragun Pro—it holds better. The Bob and Brad D6 Pro massage gun is heavy and may be tough for small people to hold for long.

However, you can adjust the arm and hold it at multiple angles. Bob and Brad worked on improving the ergonomics.


Controls

They are different – perhaps the part where they didn’t want to make it so obvious?

There are two buttons here. The top button turns the device on or off—press and hold to switch it on or off. You can also use it to increase speeds by quick pressing.

If you quick-press the lower button, the speed decreases. Long-pressing it changes the massage mode – we will discuss the modes later in the article.

Bob And Brad D6 Pro Control Buttons Oled Screen

Attachments

There are 7 attachments included here, which is another similarity with Theragun. Even so, the set is of a good variety and is of superb quality. We felt the material used to make the attachments resonates with Theragun Pro. The attachments are soft.

Bob And Brad D6 Pro Massager 6 Head Attachments
The D6 gives you 7 heads (note: on the photo above, the bullet head is missing)

The set includes, per Bob and Brad’s naming:

  • Large ball head: It’s reasonably large and made of standard EVA foam. It feels hard with a little give. You can use it to massage large muscle groups. We are not huge fans of it, though.
  • Standard ball head: This looks and feels almost identical to Theragun’s dampener. 
  • Damping head: It looks like Therabody’s standard ball head. It feels exactly like the standard ball above. The difference is that this one has a smaller surface area than the standard ball. 
  • Air Cushion head: It’s the softest of the bunch. It’s air-filled and has a large contact area. It’s good for bony areas and when you need a delicate massage. 
  • Flat head: unlike most flat heads, this isn’t made of hard plastic. It has some give to it. Unfortunately, it’s also smaller than other normal flats out there. We would’ve loved a much larger contact area. If you need a more aggressive massage, this treats small and large muscle groups​2​
  • Bullet head: This one looks very similar to Theragun’s Cone attachment. It’s great for treating trigger points​3​ and targeted massage. It’s also good for treating feet and other smaller muscle groups. 
  • Spade head: This one is reminiscent of Theragun’s Wedge attachment, albeit slightly softer. Most wedge-type heads we have seen tend to be hard plastic. They are often good for muscle scraping (shoulder blades, IT bands, quads, and more). This one feels too soft for our liking and bends too much. 

Our Take

The value here is awesome – you get 7 amazing heads. The quality of the set isn’t bad either.

But they also look very Theragun-ish. We had some negative things to say about the Theragun set, remember? Some of the heads feel the same.

For instance, the damping and the standard ball. We would’ve also loved it if they included a fork attachment, which Theragun doesn’t have either. 

That said, we like this set anyway. We are only wondering why they made them very similar to Theragun attachments.

We obviously cannot know what was going through Bob and Brad’s designers’ minds when making this massage gun. However, this will be interesting going forward, given that Theragun has patented some of its attachments. We guess Therabody’s lawyers may be busy now trying to earn their pay—we’ll see how things unfold in days to come.


Performance

It would be a shame if a Theragun knockoff didn’t have stellar performance features. We checked the amplitude, stall force, and percussions per minute—collectively known as “power.”


Amplitude

Also known as stroke length, it’s the distance the head travels as the gun percusses.

The advertised amplitude here is 16mm. Surprise! Indeed, it’s 16mm. We confirmed it with our digital caliper.

Bob An Brad D6 Pro Measured Amplitude 16mm
16mm stroke length is confirmed!

This is only the third gun with a 16mm stroke length. The others are Achedaway Pro and Theraguns: the Pro, the Elite, and the Prime

TIP: This high amplitude can deliver heavy punches and deep muscle penetration. However, it may feel too aggressive for some people. In that case, you can take advantage of the air-filled attachment.

Bob and Brad have just released a mini massager called the Air 2 Mini. It features a 12mm amplitude, which is exactly the same as that of the Theragun Mini, its direct competitor. This situation mirrors that of the D6 Pro and the Theragun Pro. For those interested, we have more details here.

Related: Highest amplitude massage gun recommendations.


Stall Force

It’s the amount of pressure it takes to stop a gun’s motor.

We have seen most guns imitate Theragun in all other aspects but fail miserably regarding stall force.

We thought this Bob and Brad massage gun would be the same. Based on other Bob and Brad massagers, we had reason to be pessimistic about this one. We were wrong!

The D6 Pro is a real monster. Although the 80 lbs. max stall force is exaggerated, it is a very strong gun.

We pitted it against our Theragun Pro, and the stall force felt the same. Translating that into figures means you should expect a robust 60lbs. stall force for this gun.

Believe us, it feels almost impossible to stall. The gun doesn’t slow down when applying pressure, even at the first speed. Expect a powerful device!


Percussions, Speeds, and Modes

Given the high amplitude and powerful stall force, we wondered what the percussions would be. We like the percussion range allocated here. The advertised range is 1500-2500 RPM.

We used our laser tachometer to confirm thisWe measured 1460-2460 RPM, which is very close to what they say it is. Again, this is reminiscent of Theraguns.

There are 6 speed settings. For comparison, Theraguns have 5 speed settings.

The other thing they couldn’t include with this D6 is Bluetooth connectivity. Unlike Theragun Pro, this one doesn’t have an app with customized massage speed settings.

If we compare it to the other gun with a 16mm amplitude, Achedaway Pro, this one has about 300 RPM less at maximum speed. Even so, this doesn’t diminish what this gun can do. We believe it’s a real monster gun.


Dynamic Speeds

Even though you won’t have access to connectivity and app assistance, you still get 4 massage modes. You can select a massage mode by long-pressing the lower button indicated with an M. Then, you can choose the mode you want by pressing either the upper or lower button.

The modes are as follows:

  1. Mode M1: The regular mode where you can manually change speeds – speeds 1 through 6. 
  2. Mode M2: This is the incremental mode, in which the gun revs between 1500 RPM and 2500 RPM every 5 seconds and repeats. 
  3. Mode M3: The decreasing mode – as above, but goes from high to low.
  4. Mode M4: This is the triangle wave mode. The speed goes up every 2 seconds and then starts to go down before going up again. 

The M4 mode impressed us the most. It’s the best for an everyday mode. It’s great for warm-up sessions before a workout.

Bob And Brad D6 Pro Mode1 1500rpm
The D6 operates at mode 1 (M1) and speed level 1 (around 1500rpm).

Pressure Sensor

It has a pressure sensor, too.

Yes, like Theragun Elite and Pro, there is a built-in pressure sensor. The OLED display shows a bar scale with the corresponding pressure level when you exert pressure. You guessed it, just like Theragun! But…

They could’ve done with a much better execution here. Unlike Theragun, the sensor detects the first pressure level later than normal.

It records when more pressure is applied rather than sensing the slightest bit of initial pressure. The more you press, the more the device shakes, and the screen is unreadable. You must have a sharp eye focus to capture the accurate reading. In practice, it barely works.


Our Take on Performance

This is absolutely one of the most powerful guns out there. It matches Theragun Pro and is way more powerful than Theragun Elite, even though it costs much less.

If you need a super-aggressive massage, this is the gun for you. The percussions won’t slow down when you apply pressure.

The long stroke length hits deep but not as fast as guns with lower amplitude. Even so, 2500 RPM for a high-amplitude gun is decent. We like the dynamic modes, too.

They could’ve done better with the pressure sensor, but it doesn’t hurt everything else.

It’s superb!


Noise

Despite having the highest amplitude in the business, it’s a relatively quiet device.

We know Theragun struggled to keep their devices quiet. But their new Theragun Pro 5th gen is quieter than the D6 Pro. The D6 maxes at 67.7dB, compared to Theragun Pro’s 66 dB.

When we used it, it sounded okay. We noticed that the sound is similar to Theragun Pro Gen 5’s (at this point, the surprise muscle is exhausted!) We heard no rattling or creaking noises, even when pressure was applied.

We figure that all has to do with the good build quality. We left it running to see if it heated up or if the attachment popped out (it happened with our T2 model), but it worked okay.


Battery

It has a 2500mAh capacity battery, which is about the standard size for most massage guns today.

It’s a non-removable battery. Theragun Pro has a removable one. The same as Achedaway Pro.

It has a USB-C charging cable, just like Theragun Pro Gen 5, and it also comes with a charger. This is great because it can charge 5V to 12V.

Bob And Brad D6 Pro Usb C Charging Port

Can you expect 3 hours on the battery as they promise? We believe they were being too optimistic. You’d have to use the device on speed 1 and not apply any pressure to get 3 hours.

We believe that, realistically, it should take 1.5 to 2 hours on average, even when you use pressure and dynamic modes. This still means you need at least a week to charge it again. 

Talking of charging, it takes 210 minutes to charge the battery fully. The battery indicator is visible on the OLED screen. It has overheating protection. You will see an icon on the screen. You will then have to let your device rest for 30 minutes.

We are not sure how long the battery will last. We’ve had it for about 3 weeks now. We wait for time to judge it.


Warranty and Price

Given how it performs, we’ll say it’s wonderfully priced.

It currently retails for $249, but you can get it cheaper. First, tick the coupon box on Amazon. Then, apply our MGAD6PRO code at the checkout for a 10% discount. The price should be below $200—great value. Buy it on Amazon.

However, we are not sure about the device’s long-term reliability. There is only a 1-year warranty by default. We’d say Theragun Pro and Achedaway Pro feel safer – they both have a 2-year warranty, albeit more expensive.

WARRANTY EXTENSION

Bob and Brad contacted us recently and offered our readers an exclusive one-year warranty extension!

After you buy the D6 Pro or any Bob and Brad massage gun, contact [email protected], provide your order number, and include the phrase “Massage Gun Advice Warranty Extension” – your warranty period will be extended.


Bob and Brad D6 Pro vs. Theragun Pro – Summary

Bob And Brad D6 Pro Vs Theragun Pro

What Bob and Brad D6 Pro has that Theragun Pro doesn’t:

  • 1 more attachment
  • 1 more speed setting – 6 vs 5
  • 1 more arm lock position – 5 vs 4
  • 3 dynamic modes in addition to the manual mode
  • Hard case — more protective but perhaps less practical than Theragun’s new, excellent soft case.

Where Theragun Pro G5 beats Bob and Brad D6 Pro:

  • The triangular shape feels more practical than Bob and Brad’s D-shape
  • Quieter: 66dB vs. almost 68 dB at top speed
  • Better handle shape – more comfortable to hold
  • Removable battery
  • Higher capacity battery: 3200 vs. 2500 mAh (time on battery is similar, though)
  • Bluetooth connectivity + Therabody app
  • Visually guided routines (on-screen)
  • Custom speeds (via the app)
  • Bright color accents (e.g., the aluminum motor cover); D6 Pro is all-black
  • Lots of extra accessories available in store.

Similarities:

  • Look & feel almost the same
  • Overall quality
  • Size (Theragun’s tad smaller at 10” x 7.1” x 3”, versus 10.5” x 7.5” x 3.1”)
  • Weight (both 2.8 lbs)
  • Performance:
    • amplitude – 16mm
    • Stall force – 60 lbs (advertised 80 lbs — we’re unable to confirm precisely, but it feels the same)
    • percussion range (~1500 to ~2500 hits per min)
  • Same (or very similar) look and feel as some attachments
  • Pressure sensor (although Theragun’s is better executed)
  • Glossy arm (looks identical)
  • Adjustability
  • OLED screen
  • Makes a similar sound when revving
  • USB-C charging (only 5th generation Theragun Pro)
  • Both have an extra pouch for attachments
  • Same warranty (2-year, but you’ll have to contact Bob and Brad and mention the name of our website to get a 2-year one because the default warranty is one year).

Price

Our Two Cents

This new D6 Pro massage gun is so similar to Theragun Pro that we don’t know what to think of it.

That said, some customers who can’t afford Theragun Pro will be happy to get an affordable Theragun Pro-like gun.

But it could also be ethically wrong. If Theragun has spent so much energy and resources making a unique device, here you have a competitor who just clones the best features. And then sells it at half Theragun Pro’s price.

From what we have seen in the past, Theragun may not sit this one out. This D6 Pro may soon follow in the way of Kraftgun Force and other copycats. For now, however, all we can do is speculate. Maybe there’s a uniqueness to this D6 that is all Bob and Brad – even though most features look copied.

But one thing is for sure: the value of money on this thing is simply hard to beat. We don’t know about the long-term reliability of this device, but it will hold for now.


Best Alternative – Achedaway Pro

Bob And Brad D6 Pro Vs Achedaway Pro

In Achedaway, you have a proven brand with an equally powerful device.

Achedaway Pro is a powerful Theragun Pro option that is way cheaper than Theragun. It has the same powerful features as those on the D6 and Theragun Pro.

Achedaway Pro has a 16mm stroke length if you like a high-amplitude gun. It’s backed up by a powerful stall force of up to 60 lbs.

We don’t think the D6 has the 80 lbs. it’s touted to have, but it feels a tad stronger at lower gears than the Achedaway Pro.

The Achedaway Pro is also one of the few high-amplitude massage guns that revs fast. It can rev up to 2800 RPM—300 RPM more than the D6 Pro.

It comes with a non-adjustable arm but has a removable battery instead. The battery is juicier than the D6 Pro’s—3200mAh vs. 2500mAh. Even with the large battery, it’s lighter, weighing 2.7 pounds.

You won’t get multiple grips like the D6 Pro, but the angled handle works fine. You also get 4 “unique” attachments—two are aluminum coated.

It’s probably the quietest, high-amplitude massage gun out there. Expect no more than 66 dB at high speed. The sound is smoother, too.

It has a 2-year warranty, while the D6 Pro only has a 1-year warranty (unless you contact [email protected] with your order number and mention our website name—you will get a free one-year extension to match Achedaway’s two-year period).

Its price is similar. It sells at $239 with the MGA60 code.

READ MORE: In our hands-on Achedaway Pro Review.


Review Conclusion

At the end of this Bob and Brad D6 Pro review, we will say a few things.

This is an awesomely powerful device. It’s well-designed and of amazing quality. It’s one of the best guns for a penetrative deep tissue massage.

But the resemblance to Theragun is appalling. Its value for money is amazing, and it is one of the best at the moment, but we don’t know how it will hold in the long run (i.e., noise, battery, and motor performance).

One similarly priced alternative has the same features (the Achedaway Pro). It looks and feels different, but it is worth the money. Plus, it’s not such a knockoff!


Our Bob and Brad D6 Pro Rating

  • Quality
  • Effectiveness
  • Usability
  • Accessories
  • Price Value
4.7

Summary

An amazingly powerful, and well-equipped massage gun with an impressive performance specs. It’s one of the best guns for demanding users, and those who need a punchy, penetrative massage. However, the resemblance to the new Theragun Pro gen 5 is baffling.

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User Review
4.35 (17 votes)

References
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    www.therabody.com. Theragun Patents & Design Registrations. https://www.therabody.com/us/en-us/patents.html
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    Konrad A, Glashüttner C, Reiner M, Bernsteiner D, Tilp M. The Acute Effects of a Percussive Massage Treatment with a Hypervolt Device on Plantar Flexor Muscles’ Range of Motion and Performance. J Sports Sci Med. 2020;19(4):690-694. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/33239942
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    Lavelle ED, Lavelle W, Smith HS. Myofascial Trigger Points. Anesthesiology Clinics. Published online December 2007:841-851. doi:10.1016/j.anclin.2007.07.003

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Here's a quick rundown of all the tweaks and edits we've made to this article to keep it accurate and up-to-date!

Current version.

November 29, 2023 Small content corrections, updates to recent product prices, and enhancements in internal linking. (Author: Greg)

July 27, 2023 Added an information about a free one-year warranty extension available to our readers. (Author: Luke)

June 5, 2023 Added our video review to complement this written analysis. Now you can visually explore the unboxing, attachment overview, stall force tests, and charging instructions. (Author: Greg)

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Hi! I'm Luke, a Biomedical Engineer with a passion for sports. I'm a lead reviewer for massage guns and wellness tech products at Massage Gun Advice. Alongside a dedicated Experts Board, I ensures each review is the result of thorough testing, in-depth research, and rigorous fact-checking, providing our readers with reliable and comprehensive insights.

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2 Comments

  1. Hi!

    Im considering buying the OPOVE M3 Pro 2 for 110 € or the Bob and Brad D6 Pro for 250 €. I dont know if the Bob and brad one is worth 140€ more? I intend to use the device on my entire back and neck to massage muscles and reduce knots. Which one would you recommend?

    • Hi Gustav,

      For me personally, the Bob and Brad D6 Pro is definitely the better choice for three key reasons:
      1. Ergonomics – The shape of the D6 Pro is just better for everyday use, no question.
      2. Additional features – The rotating arm, different operating modes, and power meter are useful (though the last one is the least important).
      3. USB-C ends the debate. The utility of this charging form vs wall charger is simply undeniable.

      When you add the overall high quality of Bob’s products to these points, the choice becomes simple in my opinion and it’s worth the extra $100 (or Euro). However, the OPOVE M3 Pro is not a bad device at all. If budget is a constraint, then the M3 Pro will also be fine.

      TIP: Remember, you can also reduce the price of the D6 Pro by 10% using our code MGAD6PRO.

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