I've been a fan of Clarisonic for many years. I use my Clarisonic Mia daily and can't imagine life without it. If you're familiar with other Clarisonic devices, then you will feel comfortable using the Pedi, because it's the same idea; waterproof, pulsating device with attachments. The Clarisonic Pedi comes with two attachments (Pedi Smoothing Disc and Pedi Wet/Dry Buffing Brush), a charger, Pedi-Buff, Pedi-Boost Peel and Pedi-balm.
Not needed, but I soaked my feet in warm water and oils for about 20 minutes before using my Pedi. I wanted my feet extra soft to help get the dry winter skin off easier. Starting with the dry smoothing disc, I buffed the roughest parts of my feet, including calluses. After that, I used the buff cream and brush attachment (wet) to clean away more rough skin and grime. I then, dried my feet, applied the foot peel, let it sit for a few minutes and then applied the balm. I then cover my feet with extra soft aloe infused socks.
The Verdict? Three stars out of five. The Clarisonic isn't a miracle worker, but after a few weeks of using it my feet are softer. The pedi has a strong pulse. I would guess 5x times stronger than my Mia. I believe the luxury products that come with it are working harder than the actual device. In my rating I also considered the fact that it takes 24 hours to get the Pedi to a full charge and that's only for about 20 minutes of use before it's dead again. The price is also a bit steep, but when you look at how much time and money (average cost of a pedicure in Manhattan at a salon is $30) you will save then $200 seems like a drop in the bucket. If you aren't willing to cough of the dough for the entire kit, then I suggest just using the buff, balm and boost treatments, which can be purchased separately and work very well.