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Re: Massage Chairs

Post by rodneyani on Wed Sep 29, 2010 11:38 pm

Even I am planning to buy a massage chair. Any experience with osim's chair? I am searching for reviews but there are not too many. Please suggest.

Re: Massage Chairs

Post by DSmith22 on Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:30 pm

I have to agree with your posting the Human Touch zero gravity chair is one of the best out on the market there's no other chair that even comes close. If you have the money it's worth the investment.

Post by Ryan_W on Mon Apr 07, 2008 6:02 pm


We sell 2 main lines of massage chairs, both from Human Touch. The iJoy series has a more contemporary look to it for more modern living rooms. The HT series is a little more conservative and looks more like a traditional leather recliner and less like a massage chair.

Between each line, you have differences in furniture to match the decor of your room. For example: the Human Touch HT-125 and the HT-135 Massage chairs have the same programming and electronics, but the HT-135 has some wood accents to it.

Also pay attention to the programs and modes available. The Human Touch HT-2720 Robotic Massage Chair has 3 pre defined massage programs while the Human Touch HT-1650 Premium Leather Robotic Massage Chair has the Acupoint detection to find you pressure points and adds vibration massage to the calves and armrests.

I personally like the HT-7450 "Zero Gravity" massage chair. This chair has many massage programs, heat, a depp well calf massager, the Acupoint detection and the "Zero Gravity" design to really help your body relax as you lean back.

Massage Chairs

Post by Guest on Mon Apr 07, 2008 5:39 pm

I see there are many models to choose from on your website. What's the difference in them? Which model is the best?