Human Touch Zero-Gravity Massage Chair

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zero-gravity-massage-chair.jpgBilled as the “World’s first zero-gravity massage chair”, what else can I say but to let the specs do the talking? After all, forking out a whopping $3,995 for something like this, one would definitely expect some very real (and painful) returns.

  • Combines incredibly realistic and therapeutic Human Touch® massage with zero-gravity ergonomics.
  • As you rotate into the zero-gravity position, the pivoting “Z” shape cradles your spine in a stress-free position; elevates your legs above your heart for improved circulation; eases tense muscles; and increases oxygen intake by expanding lung capacity.
  • Human Touch® robotic massage mechanism that feels like real hands; it emulates the techniques used by physical therapists and chiropractic professionals — Rolling, Kneading, Percussion and therapeutic Compression.
  • Foot & Calf Massager in the footrest uses a patented technology that works your lower extremities an upward, wavelike fashion — therapeutically moving blood away from the feet and toward your body’s core.
  • Wired controller puts all therapies at your fingertips — including eight automatic programmed massage sessions.
  • Two lumbar heat modules warm the lower back muscles, gradually reducing tightness and preparing them for a more restorative message and faster healing.
  • Plugs into standard outlet.
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    3 reviews or comments

    Phrogg Says: January 24, 2008 at 1:15 am

    For that price, may as well get a membership to a day spa, and get real massages on a weekly basis for a whole year. Probably as long as that chair’s motors would last, anyway.

    Massage Lancaster PA Says: March 21, 2010 at 7:04 am

    I’m surprised that you can actually build a business selling chairs like this. There is no comparison to going and getting a real massage.

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