Considering the range of features you receive in this chair, it's a little smaller than you'd expect. Offers zero gravity positioning. Can target multiple individual muscle groups, including arm, hand, calf, and foot. Remote control simplifies operation. Heating element makes the chair comfortable.
Brown, tan, and white color combination is a little odd looking.
Ships ready to use with no assembly needed. Available in multiple color options. Quite a bit smaller than other high-end massage chairs, making it easier to fit in your home. Includes a heating element on the upper legs, which is comfortable. Primarily focuses its massage elements on the lower body.
Doesn't have a feature set as extensive as other models.
Features the zero gravity positioning that some people love with massages. Heated area in the lower back for more comfortable massage options. Provides five preset massage programs to offer nice all-around performance. Foot rollers work very well for that area of the body.
More expensive than some other massage chair options.
Includes a computer body scan feature that helps you pick the right massage program for your needs. Heated areas work well to enhance the overall massage. Includes zero gravity positioning. Offers air massage, kneading, rolling, and other massage styles. Chair has a pleasing color and design.
Very expensive, even for a massage chair. Huge and heavy chair.
Newer massage chair model that includes 3D massage technology, as well as L-Track technology. Built nicely for people who are taller than average, but it will work for other heights too. Sharp-looking massage chair, but it does require a lot of room to function properly. Numerous massage options.
Very expensive. Very heavy and large compared to the others.
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