Infinity Massage Chairs have really outdone themselves. Everyone has, at one point or another, sat in a massage chair. You get the little bumps rolling over your body, and maybe some vibrations. But nothing like this.
The new Infinity Riage, starting at a modest $7,000, is dubbed the “Rolls-Royce of massage chairs”, and for good reason.
Beginning up and working down, we have neck and shoulder airbags. The airbags below both shoulders offer powerfully refreshing, rolling and twisting motions while simultaneously delivering a deep tissue touch.
The arm and wrist airbags offer the most advanced airbag massage system available; independently operating six airbags per arm. The design messages, squeezes, stretches, and invigorates the entire forearm, wrist, and hands.
The lumbar and buttock airbag works in a twisting motion, providing an invigorating massage that rolls out tensions and revives the buttocks and thighs.
The leg airbag each has 14 individual bags that provide a gentle squeezing and kneading. The deep tissue massages increase blood circulation to the feet, leaving you feel revitalized.
And finally the sole and foot massage. In each foot unit there are 8 airbags and 3 rolling sole massagers, with each specifically designed to squeeze, knead, roll and swing the sole, arch, heel and ankle.
All up the chair is a heating feature, providing lumbar heat, gently warming up to gradually reduce pain and tightness, as well as restore healthy circulation.
After being on my feet all day, for multiple days straight, these massage chairs were a gift. I didn’t know how tight I was until I sat down in one, and was instantly whisked away into bliss. Actually, I think i’ll go try it again after i’m done working.
This article was syndicated from Business 2 Community: Next Gen Massage Chairs Are Here – Hands On At CES 2015
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