By Pasclina Comte. Massage Chair. Published at Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 - 13:07:53 PM.
Intensity adjustment of the calf airbags. This is an important one. Many, many patients could not handle the default airbag intensity in the old ottoman. Now, a calf width adjustment is available wherein the amount of air pumped into the calf airbags can be regulated to allow for more or less inflation and, thus, intensity. The ottoman can still be rotated under so that the calf massage wells are not visible at all. If you can't stand your calves massaged, no matter the intensity, you can always rotate the ottoman under and use it as a normal leg rest.
Inada recently came out with a new model, the Inada Yume, which adds an interesting twist to the whole ottoman massage field. They have added what they call Thera-Elliptical-Kneading, wherein the sides of the calf massage wells actually move up and down in an elliptical motion to actually massage the calf muscles along with the airbag compression massage. It is very interesting and feels phenomenal.
Some massage chairs, particularly portable ones, do not hold up well under the repeated strain that comes from multiple clients. Keep in mind that you may have some clients that are overweight, and your massage apparatus needs to be able to withstand this weight. Massage tables, particularly permanent ones, tend to be sturdier and can handle the stress of repeated usages much better than chairs.
Human Touch massage chairs are well known for their intense rollers. I would have to say that the rollers in the Human Touch chairs are among the most vigorous in the industry. If you are looking for a gentle massage that barely does anything to your muscles, you might want to try out something like the Panasonic 1285, but if you are looking for a good, vigorous massage any Human Touch chair will provide that for you, including the HT-7120.
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