By Romaine Delage. Massage Chair. Published at Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 - 13:08:52 PM.
Although Panasonic is based in Japan, it is very important to know that they manufacture some of their chairs in China to save on costs. However, Panasonic does assure consumers that they oversea their operations and their massage chairs are engineered and designed in Japan which means the quality stays first-rate.
You come home after a long day at work. You are tired, maybe a little stressed. Relaxing would be nice option or even better yet, how about a massage? Unfortunately, my house did not come with masseuse service. However, there is another option: A shiatsu massage chair. There is no appointment necessary, all you have to do is sit down, get comfortable, lean back, put the footrest up and push the start button. Ah, that feels great!
This offering from Human Touch is quite popular, on doubt because of its price point as a good, name-brand massage chair. It is the modern day equivalent of the HT-125, HT-135, and HT-136 models, which were quite popular up to 4-5 years ago. My very first massage chair was an HT-125 and I used it in my clinic everyday to assist in the treatment of patients. It was delightfully durable, but I would periodically get complaints about its intensity. The rollers seemed to be too intense for some, the airbags in the calves was too intense for others.
Massage chairs have many benefits over massage tables. They are far more portable than tables. Whether you are visiting a local fair or taking your business into corporate offices or malls, you can do this so much easier with a massage chair.
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