Announces the Arrival of the New IT-8100 Massage Chair

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Massage Chair Relief has recently added the IT-8100 model to its product line-up. Infinite Therapeutics has created an offering with new innovative features, like mechanical foot roller massage, for a price affordable for anyone.

Infinite Therapeutics have gathered a reputation over the years for providing high quality massage chairs at some of the most competitive prices in the industry. Their latest chair, the IT-8100, continues to hold this reputation in good stead.

The IT-8100 massage chair is a fully loaded massage system with an impressive set of features, usually found only in the more expensive models available on the market. With the IT-8100, a consumer can experience the latest innovations and breakthroughs in the massage pain relief industry and pay a very reasonable sum of the experience. So what features can be found inside of the IT-8100?

Infinite Therapeutics have always understood what the consumer is looking for in a massage chair. They are looking for an easy to understand massage chair with the most desirable features that can be enjoyed straight out of the box. The IT-8100 comes with four expertly designed auto programs that aim to relieve any and all of the major pressure points associated with tension and discomfort and they can all be controlled by the intuitive main controller.

The main controller of the IT-8100 really comes into its own with the memory function area. A consumer will have the option to save up to four of their favorite massage techniques to be re-experienced at a touch of a button. With a wealth of options that will undoubtedly take some time to explore and fully appreciate, it is convenient to know that a personal favorite can easily be revisited and full customization is available at a touch of a button.

The six-roller mechanism of the IT-8100 can perform a variety of popular and proven massage techniques. These include five speeds of kneading relief, five speeds of tapping, five speeds of pummel, five speeds of wavelet (a combination of kneading and tapping), and shiatsu, the Japanese technique of rigorous massage that uses fingers to apply acupressure to the points along the body’s energy pathways.

One of the most popular features of the IT-8100 will undoubtedly be the mechanical foot rollers. Mechanical foot massage has become a very sought after feature in high-end massage chair manufacture and the IT-8100 is the only chair in this low price point that offers this feature.

Yet another desirable feature of the IT-8100 massage chair from Infinite Therapeutics is the lumbar heat function. This is great for those who suffer from back pain, muscle spasms in the lower back, or scar tissue. Anyone who has the misfortune of these ailments will testify to the pain relief benefits of administered heat. Now this heat is readily available at home with the accompaniment of a variety of massage styles.

Body scan technology is a pioneering breakthrough in massage chair technology and a feature commonly associated with the more expensive massage chairs. Once again, it seems as though Infinite Therapeutics have discovered a way to bring this high-end feature to the consumer at an affordable price without any compromise on quality or performance.

The combination of all of these impressive features together with Infinite Therapeutics’ outstanding customer support could well make the IT-8100 the best seller on the market in 2013.

It should be noted that are offering the IT-8100 for the considerably discounted figure of $2,495, notably less than buying directly from the manufacturer. When you combine this fact with free shipping, a 90-day money back guarantee, no sales tax (exc. UT) and a one-year parts/labor in-home warranty and a three year limited warranty, it is easy to see why is known as the smart place to make any massage chair purchase.

To find out more about the new IT-8100 massage chair from Infinite Therapeutics, Contact Dr. Alan Weidner, founder and CEO of personally, by calling 801-417-8240 or visiting

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