Taylorsville, UT (PRWEB) February 04, 2012
http://www.massage-chair-relief.com announced this month that the Inada massage chair company is set to increase its prices as of February 2012. The Inada range has been at the forefront of massage chair innovations for some time now and according to the Inada official website, builds “The World’s Best Massage Chair.”™
This price increase comes at a time of economic uncertainty and the entire massage chair industry is interested to see what economic effects this price increase will have on the established and successful Inada range, particularly the very popular selling Inada Sogno Dreamwave massage chair.
The Inada range has been successful for good reason. Inada was the first company to construct the automatic massage chair in 1962 and since that time 40 years ago, has had a long and remarkable history in the innovation, manufacture, and design of shiatsu massage chairs.
Today, Inada continues to surprise and innovate within the industry and surpasses all other manufacturers in terms of sales, distribution, and warranty. A visit to the Massage Chair Relief showroom in Taylorsville, Utah will introduce you intimately to the Inada range. This will include an introduction to the Inada YuMe, the first massage chair in the industry to actually rock you while you sit. The YuMe is also the first chair to offer an elliptical calf massage that both surprises and soothes.
Dr. Weidner announced on his website that the Inada Sogno DreamWave massage chair is set to increase to $7799, the YuMe will rise to $5999, and the i1 will jump to $4499. According to Inada, the justification for this price increase is the weakness of the US Dollar relative the strengthening Japanese Yen. Inada chairs have a near-zero failure rate and the finest, most comprehensive massage chair warranty available in the industry. Many retailers, including Dr. Alan Weidner of Massage Chair Relief, feel that the superb quality of the chairs, and the company behind the chairs, will still justify the new pricing structure.
To further discuss the Inada massage chair range and find a few extra ways to save money on the Inada line, visit http://www.massage-chair-relief.com/massage-chairs/inada/ or talk to Dr. Alan Weidner, founder and CEO of massage-chair-relief directly at 801-417-8240.