Panasonic MA70 Massage Chair Review!
I’ve been getting a lot of calls lately about the new Panasonic MA70 massage chair. I have done a couple of literature reviews of it in the
past (http://www.massage-chair-relief.com/blog/tag/panasonic-ma70/) but you never really know how a chair feels until you sit in one or, at the very least, read about another person’s experience with the chair.
Well, I finally got some feedback from a recent customer who purchased the MA70. We delivered the chair to him last Saturday and he was kind enough to give me a preliminary review of his experience with it. Below is that review (unedited, in his own words)…
Install went fine. Chair is really cool and spent some time yesterday working it.
Keep u posted on my findings, I think I made the right choice. Already registered the product and extended my warranty by 2 yrs.
It’s a “mans mans” chair. Looks like a recliner which is also awesome (unlike some of the others that are not aesthetic)
Aside from looks, its super strong in the delivery of the massage, which to me is very important and the rollers are “3d” so they move around well to find that right spot on your neck or traps/shoulder area in manual mode to hit just the spot you may need work done on. The rollers may not feel “exactly” like a hand but its pretty darn close to “grasping” the shoulders if you ask me especially for a machine obviously and it definitely loosened me up.
There are basic stretch feature modes as well that it seems the instructions don’t describe well that seem to be auto modes unto themselves that are relaxing and nice.
Ill tell you more later but the biggest differences I can find between this and the inada involve looks, remote, and the rollers hit you like bricks (in a good way). Inada is more soothing and you can fall asleep in it (just like the ads say)
You wont fall asleep in this puppy.
The heating is nice too…it does not get “too” hot so no worries.
Great feedback and information for all of you checking out the new Panasonic MA70 massage chair. It sounds like it is a very vigorous massage which, to many, is ideal. I suppose that if you are looking for a gently pampering this may not be the massage chair for you.
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Just thought you’d want to know 🙂
Dr. Alan Weidner
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