Infinity Iyashi – Sliding Base (video)

Transcript of Video Titled “Sliding Base – Infinity Iyashi Massage Chair”

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Iyashi - side view reclined
Iyashi – side view reclined

Alan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com’ and today we welcome you to this video where I’m going to explain to you this interesting feature of the Infinity Iyashi, the new chair from Infinite Therapeutics. It is a chair that has a feature called a ‘sliding base.’ What that means is that the chair itself will slide forward when you turn on a program, pulling the chair away from the wall, and allowing the chair to be far enough away from the wall, so that when it reclines in to a zero-gravity or a reclined position, it doesn’t hit the wall. This is one of the few chairs – or this is the only chair that I know of that you can bring this close to a wall – the ZeroG 4.0 is also very good with this, but I still think you have to have about five inches on that one. On this one, and if Carson you come in here, we’ll show this on the picture, you see there’s only about an inch and a half to two inches here between the wall and the chair.

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Alan: You can go as close as half an inch, but what that does is it creates an opportunity for you to save space in whatever room you want to use this chair. A lot of the massage chairs nowadays are getting bigger, and bigger, and bigger, and they come in more and more boxes for assembly, and they take up more space in a family room or a bedroom or a theater room. So, what this does is, this feature saves you about a foot and a half of space – because most chairs have to be about a foot and a half away from the wall, so that when the chair reclines, it doesn’t hit the wall and dig a hole in it – and we’ve got plenty of those in our showroom, I can tell you. So anyway, let’s turn it on and show you how it works. So, I’m going to have you kind of zero in – I’m going to turn the chair on, and I’m going to turn a program on – and I want you to watch. See how the base is sliding now, see how it’s sliding away from the back of the chair, and it’s going to move about 12 inches. It’ll move forward, and as you pan out from that, you’ll see that the whole chair doesn’t do anything until that base is slid forward.

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Alan: Now it’s slid, and now the chair reclines and when it reclines, it’s not going to hit the wall. That’s a magnificent feature, and it’s a very clever feature. The only drawback of it, if it is in fact, a drawback – is that it takes a little while for you, once you turn on your program, for the chair to actually begin massaging you – because it takes a few seconds for the chair to slide forward, and then to recline, and then the program begins. It’s a very space-efficient feature, we really like it, and it’s something we’ve never seen on a chair before. So, that is the sliding base, space-saving feature of the new Infinity Iyashi from Infinite Therapeutics. I hope you enjoyed this video. If you found it helpful or informative in any way, please feel free to ‘Like’ the video on YouTube, or ‘Like’ us on Facebook, or share us on Twitter and Facebook. Please spread the word about massage chairs, and in particular the Infinity Iyashi, which is a wonderful chair. I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com.’ Thanks so much for visiting today, and we’ll see you on the next video. Bye bye.

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