Dry Water Jet Massager
There is nothing quite like washing yourself down after a long, hard day at work. Of course, if you happen to be one of the top earners in your industry, hosing down in a normal shower just won’t do. Enter the Dry Water Jet Massager.
Used at five-star resort spas, this device provides a full-body water jet massage without getting you wet, and uses aromatherapy, relaxing audio, and video to soothe your tactile, olfactory, auditory, and optical senses. While your head rests comfortably on a headrest outside of the unit, 28 nozzles inside the canopy deliver precise, invigorating streams of water that replicate the principles of shiatsu, or “finger pressure” massage, as they strike the pliable polymer sheet that provides a waterproof barrier between you and the nozzles (allowing use while completely clothed). Controlled by 28 microprocessors, the pulsating water jets relieve sore muscles and joints from your shoulders to your ankles, faithfully recreating the deep-penetrati ng percussion techniques favored by professional massage therapists. You can adjust the water pressure, temperature (75° to 105° F), and pulse intervals (2 to 10 cycles per second), and program the device to concentrate on specific muscle groups with a touch of the LCD control panel. The sloping headrest has a massage-table style face opening that allows you to lie prone and watch the integrated 7″ LCD screen with DVD player in comfort. You can connect an iPod or CD player and listen to your music of choice via the included headphones from Bose. Incorporating the 6,000 year old practice of aromatherapy, the unit has an integrated aroma diffuser that releases subtle scents from essential oils that can enhance your mood and promote relaxation.
When I mentioned “top earner” earlier in the post, I really mean so. After all, how many of us are able to install a $29,500 at home without having to go through the missus’ approval?