Arm Airbags – Osaki OS-4000T Massage Chair (Video)

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Transcript of Video Titled “Arm Airbags – Osaki OS-4000T Massage Chair”

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OS-4000TAlan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘‘ and today we’re going to demonstrate the arm airbags of the Osaki OS-4000T massage chair. Now, the arm airbags in this chair, and we can kind of zoom in right now and see how the arm airbags fit. My arm goes in here, and it massages primarily my wrist, my palm, my wrist, and the forearm, it does not do the fingers. Now, you can pull the arm back if you want to get the fingers done. It’s not terrifically comfortable, and when you recline, your hand gets pulled back a little bit, so you can’t get the hands done a little bit. But the thrust of the airbags is primarily the wrist, and palm, and the forearm, and there’s two air bladders in here, and I’m going to turn it on so you can see. You can see, watch my hand being raised, see how the one up here has been raised, and the one in the back raises as well?

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Alan: But they raise at different intervals, and the reason some chairs do that is because it wants to create this wave-like motion of the airbags to enhance the circulation of the extremities. But you can see that the hands go a little bit – there’s a little bit more of a squeeze, a little tighter squeeze because the hand is thinner, and back here, the forearm is larger, and so you’re going to – you’re not going to get as much of an inflation. So, it’s going on the other arm right now, but what we’ll do is we’ll just wait for a moment to come back to this arm, and you’ll be able to see the airbags inflate on the hands. There it goes now on the hands, and it’s also squeezing me – I don’t know if you can see it as well when my hand’s in there – but you will find that the airbags will squeeze with a good amount of pressure. You can adjust the pressure of the airbags. If it’s too much or not enough, you can adjust it up or down, but it’s squeezing the knuckles on my hand pretty good, and it’s giving a good squeeze to the forearm, not a whole lot in the wrist, a little bit in the wrist, but the two airbags are here, and back here. So, this little area just up above the wrist doesn’t really get hit much, but there’s not a lot of musculature there, it’s mostly in the palms, and in the forearms, and that’s how the airbags work for the arms in the Osaki OS-4000T.

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Alan: And I might also add that most chairs, as a safety mechanism, don’t have both arms inflated at the same time, because if something was to happen where you have to, in an instant, get out of the chair, and you’ve got both arms stuck, you’re going to have trouble, there may be a bit of a problem getting out in an instant. So, the airbags will typically inflate on one side, and then the other. When I was describing this earlier, I said ‘OK, it’s not inflating now because it’s inflating on the left arm,’ that’s pretty typical for most massage chairs, it is a safety feature. It’s not because, you know, it’s better to have one arm, you know, circulating – the blood supply and the lymph supply in one arm circulating versus the another, not at the same time, that’s not the way – that’s not what it’s about. It’s about a convenience factor and a safety factor for the user. OK, that’s the arm airbags for the Osaki OS-4000T. If you found the video helpful, please feel free to thumbs up ‘Like’ us on YouTube, share us on Twitter, Google Plus, Facebook, whatnot, any social media property to help us spread the word about massage chairs, and we do appreciate it when you do that for us. I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘,’ and I will see you again on the next video. Bye bye.

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