I told you a number of weeks ago that we were in the process of getting the Inada massage chair line on our website. Well, today they are all up. Of course, we have had the now infamous Sogno massage chair up on the site, but now we also have the i2A, Robo Chair D-5, and Robostic D-6 massage chairs on our site. You can visit and check out each of them simply by clicking on the links above.
The D-6 is an interesting massage chair as it has a joystick with which you can make your massaging adjustments. Quite a novel idea, particularly for kids like mine who are very accustomed to playing video games!!
We received the i2A massage chair by Inada the same day we received the Sogno and I will say that although it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles that the Sogno or the Robo chairs have, it is a fantastic chair. It retails for $3299, which is a great price for a very well-built and reputable chair. One comment we received about it from a visitor to our showroom was that he felt like he was sitting in a race car, as opposed to sitting on a firm chair, which is how he felt some of the other models seemed to him. He felt like it hugged him nicely when he sat in it.
Their is no foot massager on it, but the calf massage is quite intense. There is also no massage intensity adjustment on this i2A model. The massage on this chair, however, is fairly light so that it should cater to most spines. And, of course, the best way to adjust the intensity of any massage chair that doesn’t have an intensity adjustment is to simply recline the chair back to varying levels so that gravity plays the role of intensity adjustor! Does that make sense? In other words, the further back you recline, the more intense the massage is because of the pull of gravity on your body INTO the massage rollers.
Check out the chairs and let us know if we can answer any questions about them.
Have a super day!
Dr. Alan Weidner