The main difference between the Pulse 2.0 and Pulse Pro 2.0 are the programming options. The Pulse Pro 2.0 Systems are fully customizable. With the touchscreen interface, you are able to focus specifically on any areas that need extra rehab care. This means that you would be able to target a specific area of the leg and adjust the amount of time and pressure devoted towards that specific area. With the Pulse Pro, there is also a Rehab Mode which has pre-programmed settings built into the device to target each area you need the most.
The Pulse 2.0 is recovery focused as it operates one program called Recovery Flush. Once you select a treatment time and an intensity level, the system will apply that same level of pressure through the Boot cycling bottom to top for the allotted time. While it lacks the customizable programming options, it still provides the same great recovery benefits in a more price friendly package.
Both Devices are the same size/weight and the Boots are identical between the two models. Both models also feature Bluetooth capability and an internal battery that works for 2.5+ hours of active pumping time.