Hello, I am trying to find a top end massage chair that will do a great job on a full body massage. I really want to have one that does a great job on the hands/forearms and the legs/feet. I had a chance to try the Sogno chair and like it a lot. But I was a little disappointed with the intensity of the massage and I was hoping the foot massage would be more mechanical than just air bags. So with all of that said, I was hoping you could give me more information in comparing the Sogno vs the Omega Montage Pro. Can you tell me more about the Omega’s intensity of massage and if the foot and forearm massage is better than the Sogno? Any other info. you have would be helpful. Thank you! – Kevin
Massage Chair Answer:
Thanks so much for your inquiry. I apologize for taking so long to get back to you. I have not sat on the Omega Pro yet so I put in a call to Omega to learn more about it before I answered you. Here are the main features of the two chairs that differentiate them from each other:
1. Foot Rollers
The foot and calf massage of the Inada Sogno dreamwave massage chair is more typical with airbags in the feet that compress the top of the feet down onto a nodular plate at the bottom which simulates a shiatsu type massage effect to the soles of the feet. The Omega Pro actually has rollers at the bottom of the feet. This is a rare feature by the way. The only other chair that I am aware of at this point that had rollers is the King Kong chair. But, King Kong went out of business a year or two ago.
The Omega Montage Pro massage chair has heat in the foot rest, seat, and chair back. The Inada Sogno massage chair has heat at the back of the seat which is very subtle but therapeutically effective. The heat of the Montage Pro massage chair is far more obvious and is in far more places that contact the body.
3. Shoulder airbags
The airbags in the Inada Sogno inflate on the inside and outside of the upper arm, while the Pro has airbags that push on the outside of the shoulder, in the deltoid muscle region, similar to the Osaki 4000 and 6000 massage chairs.
4. Dreamwave Technology
Inada Sogno has the most sophisticated seat massage system that I have ever seen. The seat moves up and down and in a figure 8 motion from side to side which is spot on therapy for acute low back pain sufferers. It is also very relaxing for anyone, regardless of pain. The Omega Pro has airbags that inflate but are non-undulating like the Sogno. The Omega Pro also has vibration and more pronounced heat in the seat.
5. Zero Gravity
Zero gravity is a very popular feature right now in the massage chair industry. The Pro has it in the form of two zero gravity positions. The Sogno does not have a true zero gravity feature although the seat does tilt up somewhat.
6. Remote Control
The Omega Pro has fingertip controls built into arm wells where fingers are – this is a convenience feature that allows the user to adjust the chair features without having to get up and access the main remote control, which is on a pedestal. The Sogno does not have a pedestal remote so it is easy to just lay the remote on your lap and use it when needed.