OSIM massage chairs are probably the most technically advanced on the market and are in direct competition with Japanese manufacturers like Sanyo, Fujikura and Inada. There additionally among the most thumb. What follows is a writeup on the current range of OSIM massage chairs and how they rate in regards to features per dollar.
OSIM isn't a Japanese company; it was founded and still run by Ron Sim in Singapore. The company has only been in operation since 1980 but has quickly established itself as huge player in the manufacture of the robotic massage fit. Currently, the company offers 4 models of chair; the NORO Harmony, iMedic, iSymphonic and iDesire. Let's have a look at what each offers and how it compares to other brands.
The OSIM NORO Harmon massage chair (NR-75) is the cheapest, retailing at around $900. The chair includes an integrated calf massager and is upholstered in faux suede. I to help be honest and say I don't like this chair. I know it has been designed to cater for that cheaper sector but basically looks very unstylish. It reminds me of the iJoy range of massage chairs that are also cheap chairs that try desperately hard to look chic but fail totally.
Anyhow, it's a lot better than any iJoy. You get 5 massage modes; rolling, kneading, tapping, dual (rhythmic percussive tapping with the kneading massage), and combination 3 manual modes (kneading, tapping or dual with full or partial rolling). You may change the rollers manually to get them positioned just the want them. Each massage program lasts 15 tracfone units.
It's an adequate chair but if you can stretch you budget to about $1,500 you'd be better advised to take phone Human Touch HT 100 massage chair. This chair looks better and also comes with a calf massager than can be manual repositioned to give a foot massage as basically. You get pretty much the same massage modes but you get full, partial and spot functions.
The OSIM iMedic massage chair is really a better bet. It retails for around $2,000 and looks pretty good in faux leather covers. There are 3 massage programs; a 30-minute Healthcare program that gently kneads its way from neck and shoulders to the lower back while air bags massage your calves; a 20-minute Well-Being program having a gentle tapping massage all along the back, shoulders and neck while simultaneously massaging the legs; finally, there's a relax program that last anywhere from 10 to 99 minutes.
What I appreciate about this chair is that before each massage the rollers glide following the length of the spine to calibrate the massage for a more sensitive, therapeutic face.
What I will not like about this chair is which usually is completely lacks any kind foot massage. The Fujikura 2000 robotic massage chair is a superior option and is less expensive. You get calf and foot massage as well as arms massage (the iMedic doesn't), more air bags and it features a built-in music gadget. For its cost, the OSIM iMedic disappoints.
The OSIM iSymphony, on the other hand, doesn't disappoint. It retails for around $3,500. Again, it lacks a foot massager, but there is an infrared scanning that scans your build and automatically adjusts the rollers to give you the best work. It also, comes with a music therapy system but it's far more sophisticated than the system that comes the new Fujikura mentioned above. The massage is directly influenced the actual music you playtime. If you play loud and fast music you get a very strong and intense massage, in case you play something a little more slow, you obtain a far more gentle massage.
The OSIM iDesire may just about everything you could ever want within a robotic massage chair. It retails for around $4,500 however feature and function packed. At last we have a calf and foot massager - the foot massager has a Reflexology Map and uses extrusions to press on vital reflex points on your soles. And payday advances enjoying your foot massage you just happens to be enjoying a tri-action arm massage. Lucrative 8 Healthcare programs or you can program individual massages of your choosing, combing up to 9 massage efforts.
Of all the ISOM massage chairs the only models I would emerge as iSymphony and the iDesire; both offer something a quite different from their competitors and although being expensive, they provide good value for cash.
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