Announces the arrival of the New Osaki OS-3D Pro Dreamer Massage Chair

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Osaki has introduced the new OS-3D Pro Dreamer massage chair to the US market, touting 3D roller massage and mechanical foot rollers. is proud to carry this chair in its showroom., the leading retailer of the latest massage chair innovations, announced this week that they have now added the OS-3D Pro Dreamer massage chair to their already extensive fleet. now carries ten massage chairs designed and manufactured by Osaki and their latest design, the OS-3D Pro Dreamer, stands out from the crowd.

The notable difference of the OS-3D Pro Dreamer when compared to the rest of the Osaki fleet is the welcome addition of roller intensity adjustment. The ability to adjust the roller intensity is achieved via 3D massage technology. The new enhanced rollers give a much wider and deeper massage than the conventional rollers associated with standard massage chairs and can extend out or protrude up to 8mm. There are five different levels of 3D intensity, ranging from normal to very strong.

This increase in intensity coupled together with acupoint technology, enables the chair to provide a variety of massage techniques. There are approximately 350 acupoints on the human body, and nearly 100 of these are located in just the neck and back. With the addition of 3D intensity, the OS-3D Pro Dreamer uses Swedish, deep tissue, and shiatsu styles of massage to focus on these acupoints with incredible accuracy.

Mechanical foot rollers is another recent innovation in the massage chair industry that Osaki has employed in the new OS-3D Pro Dreamer. Foot rollers, combined with foot and calf airbags, create a phenomenal lower extremity massage experience.

The OS-3D Pro Dreamer is a zero gravity chair. Zero gravity is a feature developed by NASA over two decades ago and is now commonplace in all of the high-end models of massage chairs. The OS-3D Pro Dreamer now offers two zero gravity positions, giving the user a choice to find the position that is best suited to their preference. Placing a massage chair in the zero gravity position tilts the seat up, reclines the chair back, and lifts the legs above the heart, moving the body to a stress-free position, minimizing pressure in the back and spine. This release of pressure equates to an absence of resistance and enables the massage rollers to penetrate deeper into the muscles.

The OS-3D Pro Dreamer is a full-body scan chair. Using a 3D point navigation system, the chair will draw a virtual map of a user’s back increasing the accuracy and efficiency of the massage techniques the chair offers. The 3D rollers will glide over the back knowing where to massage and what areas to avoid. The scan occurs every time a user sits in the chair, catering for all body types.

Although the chair offers ten auto-programs for multiple massage options at a touch of a button; it is also possible to use the chair manually. The manual massage feature can help localize and target the massage to focus on a particular area of the body that warrants relief and attention. Both the manual massage, the ten auto-programs, and a host of other features and functions are all accessible via the large LCD display on the pedestal remote control.

The OS-3D Pro Dreamer has a wide variety of other features that include foot and calf airbag massage, arm and hand massage, lower back and lumbar heating, a music system that can sync the vibration of the chair to the rhythm of the music, and many more that warrant an in-store demonstration before purchase.

But it is the 3D technology that really makes the OS-3D pro dreamer one of the best chairs currently available on the market. 3D technology is the latest innovation in the massage chair industry, and the release of the OS-3D pro dreamer puts Osaki firmly at the forefront of this new technology.

To find out more about the OS-3D Pro Dreamer massage chair or to try it out yourself, contact Dr. Alan Weidner, founder and CEO of Call 888-259-5380 or visit

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