The Osaki OS-Pro First Class massage chair combines both S and L-Track technology for an exceptional massage experience. The S-Track rollers will contour the natural curvature of your spine for consistent massage pressure. The L-Track extends from your neck, all the way down past your lower back, and finally wrapping underneath the back of your thighs. The L-Track offers about 50% more massage area than your average S-Track only massage chairs.
The intelligent 3D massage head of the Osaki OS-Pro First Class massage chair is designed for outstanding range and flexibility. The massage head can move up and down, side to side, and in and out. You can control the depth of the massage with 5 levels of intensity settings allowing you to truly fine-tune the massage.
Body Scan Technology
The OS-Pro First Class massage chair will perform a body scan to map the key areas of the neck, back, and shoulders to ensure consistent pressure during the massage. The body scan also maps the key acupressure points for the best therapeutic massage.
2 Stage Zero Gravity Recline
Inspired by NASA, the Zero Gravity position is the perfect position for the ultimate massage experience. When placed in a Zero Gravity position, the weight of your back will be supported by the backrest. In this position, when the knees are brought above the chest will optimize your blood flow, to relax the body more. This will in turn help to maximize the intensity of the massage and reduces the compression along your spine.
Reflexology Foot Massage
Located on the bottom of the feet are three spinning Reflexology massage rollers that provide a soothing and kneading style massage. As the rollers spin, they will stimulate the acupuncture points. The airbags will inflate to push your feet downward causing a much deeper massage along the bottom of your feet.
Negative Ionization Therapy
The Osaki OS-Pro First Class massage chair is equipped with negative air ionization therapy technology. Air ionizers are used as an experimental and non-pharmaceutical treatment for the seasonal affected disorder and mild depression.
Full Body Air Compression Massage
There are 24 airbags located at the arms, upper arms and shoulders, waist, calves, and feet for a full-body compression massage experience. The compression massage of the Osaki OS-Pro First Class increases blood circulation throughout the body to relieve pain and tension. You can choose from 3 levels of intensity.
Space Saving Technology
The Osaki OS-Pro First Class only needs 1.5″ from the backrest to the wall, which reduces the amount of space the chair takes up. As you recline the massage chair will slide forward allowing you to maximize your living space.
Touch Screen Tablet Remote
The Osaki OS-Pro First-Class touch screen tablet has an easy view screen displaying the current function the massage chair has. On the tablet, you can select the massage type, intensity, speed, and location.
The OS-Pro First Class has 23 different automatic massage programs that are divided into 4 different categories: VIP, Healthcare, Special, and Relaxation.
VIP: Stress Relieving, Energy, Good Night Sleep, Joint Care, Frozen Shoulder, and Spine Massage
HEALTHCARE: Office Regimen, Sport Recovery, Brain Refresh, Spine Care, Waist Care, and Legs Care
SPECIAL: Health Recharge, Meridian Treatment, Keep Fit, Bottom Toning, Restoration Massage, and Tiredness Relief
RELAXATION: Full Body Stretch, Thai Massage, Chinese Massage, Total Relax, and Airbag
The Osaki OS-Pro First Class massage chair comes with manual mode so you can pinpoint a desired massage for a specific area of your body. The massage chair can perform Kneading, Flapping, Swedish, Grasping, and Shiatsu. You can either pinpoint a specific spot on your back for the massage or massage by sections of the body.
With Osaki OS-Pro First Class, you can customize three different massage programs and save them for future use.
Manual Massage Settings
Customize your massage with the Osaki OS-Pro First Class with Manual Control Function for Mode, Massage Position, Width of Roller, Speed, and 3D. Each category has many options to such as control of the Upper Air, Foot Roller, Lower Air, Calf Knead, Foot Roller.
Calf Kneading Massage
Behind the calves are reflexology rollers which help bring relief. You can control the calf kneading massage through 3 levels of intensity in manual mode.
Extendable Footrest and Adjustable Calf position
The Osaki OS-Pro First-Class massage chair has an extendable footrest that can extend up to 5.5 inches. The calf area can also move separately for the perfect placement.
The OS-Pro First Class massage chair has 2 carbon fiber infrared heating pads located on the back area, which enhances the effect of the massage and increased blood circulation.
The Osaki OS-Pro First-Class is equipped with Bluetooth technology that allows you to listen to your favorite music or even take phone calls on high-quality speakers in the headrest.
No need to move out of your seat when your battery is running low on your smart device. Just charge it with the built-in USB connector at the armrest of the massage chair.
A side controller gives you convenient access. You can control the power, negative ionization therapy, recline of the massage chair, different automatic programs, leg extension, and foot extension.
More information and full review of the Osaki Pro First-Class massage chair can be found here.
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