Unveils the Inada i.1 – A Breakthrough In Infrared Massage Technology

Share Article announced this week that Inada has discontinued the i2A chair and replaced it with the new i.1. But does the new chair match the enthusiastic reception that the industry awarded to the i2A?

The Inada i.1 massage chair has some groundbreaking features that address many of the issues facing those who work and live in the modern age. The first is the Morning Program. The purpose of this feature is to rejuvenate and revive the body rather than just relax it. A lack of deep sleep is an increasingly common problem and Inada has addressed this issue to provide a practical solution for those who are unable to stimulate the body with physical activity. The program stimulates the individual parts of the body and the result is an overall feeling of energy.

The second feature focuses on many of the problems facing those who have to endure long hours of desk and computer work. This concern appears to be a major focus of the Inada i.1 and this is apparent when looking at the design. The massage chair strongly resembles an office chair and for the executive, the Inada i.1 could be a wise investment. When you consider that Inada offers a very competitive 3-year comprehensive, on-site warranty this chair should be the executive choice.

The chair features five healthcare programs and three well-being programs. The healthcare programs focus on full body relief, lower back tension, leg and hip fatigue and most notably, an acupressure feature that works on targeted, fatigued muscles using proven Shiatsu massage techniques. The well-being features include the aforementioned morning program, a nighttime program to combat insomnia, and a seat program that combines air massage and vibration to specifically stimulate the muscles of the seat area.

The manual selection mode, accessed via the remote's internal panel, allows the user to choose the desired massage type. This is where the Inada i.1 really starts to shine. Massage types include kneading, human hands double-kneading, kneading and tapping, rhythmic acupressure, tapping and rolling, lower body massage, and any customized combination of these massage types. This allows the user to really personalize the chair and create a catered massage experience.

It seems as though attention to the lower body was a major design consideration with the Inada i.1. The massage chair has a full cover design that is molded to the legs to apply and release pressure in three directions working from the ankles to the upper thigh to relieve tension and improve circulation in the lower leg. If circulation in the leg is a concern, this feature makes the Inada i.1 a serious contender.

For a full comparison of the Inada i.1 to the i.2a contact Dr. Alan Weidner, founder and CEO of on 801-417-8240 or visit

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