Emassagechair.com Announces Some of the Top Selling Massage Chairs for 2013

The Massage Chair Experts at Emassagechair.com understand why certain chairs become so popular. They put together a list to help guide shoppers across different massage chairs, massage features, and massage chair prices.

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Top Selling Massage Chairs for 2013

The massage chair experts at Emassagechair have gathered a great list of the top selling massage chairs. Since the holidays are fast approaching they wanted to help shoppers understand why some chairs have become so popular.

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) November 20, 2013

The massage chair experts at Emassagechair have put together a list of the top selling massage chairs. They speak with shoppers from all over the country and have learned about what they look for in an in-home massage therapy experience. Since the holidays are fast approaching they wanted to help shoppers with their expert advice and help them understand why certain chairs in certain price ranges have become so popular. At first they took a look across all chairs and then split them up through the following criteria – Top Selling High-End Massage Chairs, Top Selling Newly released Massage Chairs, and Top Selling Chairs for Shoppers who don’t want to sacrifice features and are budget conscious.

The Top Selling high-end chairs are the Panasonic EP-MA70 and Fujiiryoki Cyber-Relax EC-3800. These chairs are known for high quality and offering a very thorough massage therapy experience. These chairs are both designed in Japan and the Cyber-Relax is still manufactured in Japan. This helps ensure the quality and usability of the chairs and they are both very easy to use. Both chairs have a smaller design and will fit snug for smaller users around 5 foot, to taller users around 6 foot 2 inches. Both the massage roller and the massage airbags are intelligently designed with multiple layers of compression airbags that make them smooth and rollers that can change in intensity and be completely controlled by the user. The Fujiiryoki chair is unique in being able to independently control all the massage airbags, and the roller intensity ranges from a scale of 1-12. The Panasonic EP-MA70 has a 3D roller that actually heats up, mimicking a hot stone massage. It’s also designed to be used as a lounger and has a reversible ottoman. These brands are both pioneers in massage chair technology and the Fujiiryoki Cyber-Relax EC-3800 retails for $10,499, and the EP-MA70 retails for $6999.95.

The Top Selling New Massage chairs are all models that have come out over the last year. Many brands are recognizing a need for higher end chairs that won’t break the bank but offer many of the newest massage chair technology. First up is the Osaki Os-3D Pro Dreamer. This chair is part of Osaki’s new line of chairs that are designed to be fully controllable. The Dreamer has advanced Body Scan technology, a 3D roller with multiple levels of adjustments, foot rollers, and plush upholstery. This chair is very easy to use and comes with some cool features like multiple Zero Gravity positions, and an MP3 player that connects through an audio cable. Next on the list is the New Infinity Iyashi massage chair. The Infinity Iyashi is very easy to use and offers a deep tissue massage experience. It has a 49-inch roller stroke and is currently the only chair that can massage from the neck to underneath the buttocks in one smooth motion. It also has a plush interior with a contemporary exterior, has foot rollers, and Bluetooth connectivity. This makes it easy to control the speakers and play music. Downloadable Android and iPhone apps will soon be available so users can control the chair through their tablet or smart phone. Another chair brand new to shoppers is the Made in USA Luraco iRobotics 6S massage chair. Based out of Texas, Luraco has designed a chair that has a 104 airbag system, deep tissue massage roller, and a very easy to use touch screen remote. It also has a 3D roller, Zero Gravity recline, and Bluetooth connectivity through an additional piece of hardware. The Luraco iRobotics 6s can also be upgraded as new programs and features are released. The Osaki Os-3D Pro Dreamer is $6295, The Infinity Iyashi is $5895, and the Luraco iRobotics 6S is $5990.

Now for the Top Selling Chairs for the budget conscious they recommend the Infinity It-8500 which has a deep tissue massage roller, zero gravity and inversion recline, foot rollers, with a price tag of $4295. This chair is very popular amongst people who want a comfortable relaxation experience but also a very deep tissue massage roller. Next is the Osaki Os-7075r which also offers a deep tissue massage roller, a variety of airbags including a head-airbag, and foot rollers. It has a more contemporary design and is available for $4295. For shoppers looking for a 3D roller experience in the same price range, they can look at the Superior SMC-6850. It is very easy to use, has multiple adjustments and is available for $3895. Now for a chair that has always been popular for people on a budget they recommend the Osaki Os-4000 massage chair. It offers a variety of relaxation reclines, intensity settings to the airbag and massage roller, comfortable upholstery and is available for $2895.

Of course shoppers will begin to wonder what they are sacrificing with chairs in different price ranges. In most cases it is the quality of the massage, like smoothness of the roller and airbags, as well as the variety of additional features like programs, mp3 players, easier more simplistic remotes, as well as other added benefits. In most cases the increase in price also speaks to the overall quality and craftsmanship of a chair but not always. Of course all shoppers will have different needs and the Massage Chair Experts at Emassagechair.com are always there to help. You can also learn by watching Massage Chair Videos on the Emassagechair.com Youtube channel.

If shoppers have questions they can contact Emassagechair at 888.360.9996, or email them at support(at)emassagechair(at)com.