Rave chair set to entertain
With the advent of new technology, it is no wonder that we are starting to see more and more stuff around us getting even more sophisticated. Take the humble living room chair for example – in the days of our forefathers, these lounging chairs were great for snoozing during the afternoon, all one needed was some breeze during the summer to stay cool, or placing it beside a warm fire during the colder months with a mug of steaming hot chocolate. These days, things have certainly gotten very much different. You can now recline in style with the “Rave” massage chair from Tranquil Ease that combines up to a quartet of massaging styles that can be synchronized with music in order to deliver an optimal relaxation level.
The sleek looking Rave massage and music chair also integrates the latest stress management technology, helping you unwind with soothing tunes (or other music of your choice from an iPod) thanks to an integrated storage system that handles your iPod or MP3 player. Each Rave massage and music chair also comes with a couple of dynamic, full-range speakers that are mounted in the back and a music jack located in the arm storage compartment, giving you instant plug and play access via the chair. Some of the pre-programmed settings include Shiatsu and Swedish massage that are accessible via fingertip control. Should you fall asleep during the soothing massage, it will automatically run for a quarter of an hour before shutting off. Chair settings are fully adjustable, give some much needed relief to your needs and sore spots via deep kneading, tapping, rolling, spot and partial massages.
The Rave will retail for $899 and comes in black, brown, grey, green, and red colors that will most probably find a place in any living room. It measures 39″ tall, 29″ wide, and has a seat depth of 20″. If you plan on winding down after a long day at the office, this Rave massage and music chair looks set to be dad’s favorite companion. I think Homer would warm up to this rather quickly – what about you?