The Kofuko is a low-cost massage chair featuring features like zero gravity, reflexology, and full back scanning technology that you could find on a more costly massage chair. This model has strategically placed airbags for an incomparable compression massage in the shoulders, arms, palms, calves, and feet, in addition to an L-track design with rollers that move from the neck down to the buttocks.
With the Kofuko, you can completely customize your massage to your liking. Choose from nine distinct auto programs and massage methods including kneading, tapping, kneading with tapping, shiatsu, and knocking.
Sharper Image is recognized for its high-tech products, and the Revival massage chair is the company’s return to the market. Low, medium, and high massage roller intensity levels are available on the Revival, which may be set using user-friendly controls. Choreographed massage programs are also available, and the Revival’s intelligent body scanning technology can be used to customize them. Kneading, tapping, kneading with tapping, shiatsu, and banging are some of the massage techniques available.
3. Daiwa Cocoon
This Daiwa model seems more like an accent chair than a massage chair, and it goes with almost any decor. Despite the fact that it looks to be smaller than the ordinary massage chair, the Cocoon is packed with enough technological functions to create an impression. Heat therapy, deep tissue neck and shoulder massage, and a waist and hip massage are all included in the full back capability.
4. 4. Infinity Prelude
The Prelude massage chair from Infinity may appear simple, yet it provides a high-quality massage experience. The roller intensity can be adjusted from low to high for a personalized massage. This model fits people with heights ranging from 4’11” to 6’6″, and the sleek, modern style will look great in any home or business.
Good things come in little packages, and this model is no exception, functioning as both a pleasant massage chair and a versatile recliner suitable for any setting. The Infinity Riage CS is a small shiatsu massage chair with a low-intensity massage roller. Choose from four different auto programs or create your own unique massage.
The MC-1500 is a full-body massage chair with an L-track design that covers the neck to the glutes. Choose from seven different auto programs, or customize your own massage with five different modes: shiatsu, kneading, knocking, tapping, and simultaneous kneading and tapping. For muscle and joint pain alleviation, this model has airbag compression in the seat, backrest, and footrest.
The Osaki OS-4000T uses body scanning technology to give you a customised massage every time. You can choose from rolling, kneading, clapping, shiatsu, Swedish, or combined massage treatments with this model’s five auto programs.
The ergonomic S-track design follows the natural curvature of the spine and provides extra neck and back support. This model has also been modified to contain 38 airbags for an incomparable compression massage in the arms, calves, feet, hands, head, hips, thighs, upper arms, and shoulders, according to Osaki.