Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 21, 2013
BestMassage has recently come out with two new tools that help customers compare massage tables’ features and specifications with each other and ultimately choose the best massage table for their needs. These two new charts, the PowerLift Electric Massage Table Comparison Chart and BodyChoice Stationary Massage Table Comparison Chart, are modeled after BestMassage’s BodyChoice Portable Massage Table Comparison Chart which came out last year.
According to Wang, the BodyChoice Portable Massage Table Comparison chart has been very effective for customers so far which prompted him and the BestMassage marketing team to create charts for BestMassage’s stationary and electric massage tables. Wang believes the two new comparison charts will be just as successful as their predecessor.
“The customer feedback on our existing portable massage table chart has been fantastic. Our customers have told us that they were able to choose a portable massage table with more confidence once they were able to compare it with all the other available portable massage tables,” said Wang.
Wang believes that the two new comparison charts will help customers make a well-informed choice when purchasing an electric or stationary massage table.
“The new comparison charts are very easy to use. The layout is simple and all the information about the massage table is right there. There is no need to toggle between the descriptions of the massage tables trying to compare them with each other. This tool brings all that detail onto one page,” said Wang.
The Electric Massage Table Comparison Chart lists BestMassage’s eight available electric massage tables in rows below twenty-one massage table features and specifications that appear above in columns. The chart indicates what type of feature a particular massage table has or, in some cases, whether or not a massage table has a particular feature. For example, the word “Ergo” appears under the “Headrest” column of the Classic PowerLift massage table indicating that the massage table has an ergonomic headrest. And there is no check mark under the heading “Adjustable Back”, letting the customer know that the massage table’s back does not lift up. The comparison chart also lists numerical values under certain column headings, like width or net weight. The Classic PowerLift massage table, for example, shows 30" under the width column and 115 under Net Weight (lb).
The Stationary Massage Table Comparison Chart lists the same twenty-one features and specifications that the Electric Massage Table Comparison Chart does, but the Stationary chart features the three stationary massage tables BestMassage offers.
The PowerLift Massage Table Comparison Chart and the BodyChoice Massage Table Comparison Chart are available to use through a link that appears on the top of the Electric Massage Tables and Stationary Massage Tables pages.
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