Introduction – Infinity Riage X3 Massage Chair (Video)

Infinity Riage X3

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Infinity Riage X3Alan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com‘ and today I’m going to introduce you to the Infinity Riage X3 massage chair.

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Alan: It’s an X3 massage chair because it has 3D rollers, which gives you the ability to adjust the depth of the rollers forward or back to increase or decrease the intensity of the massage, and this is also an L-track chair. You’ll notice on the roller track, you know, you can see through the linen the graphic-ness, or the graphic outline of the L-track. It goes down the back, follows the S-curve of the spine, and then it goes underneath the butt, and massages the glutes, and the piriformis, and the very top of the hamstrings. There’s no massage chair that actually goes down to the belly of the hamstring and digs in there, so if that’s what you’re looking for in an L-track, actually none of the chairs that we have actually do that, yet. I’m sure that there are engineers working on that in China, and Japan, and in America as we speak. This chair also has a wired remote control, very simple to use. There’ll be a separate video on the remote control for this, same remote control as the Infinity Altera, which is another great chair, but this one does have the 3D, so you can adjust the depth. You’ve got hip airbags; you’ve got arm airbags. The arm airbags have these little rubber knobules on the material, so it kind of traps your arm in there. Some chairs, when the airbags squeeze, it squeezes the arm out of the airbag, you know, compartment, and it kind of defeats the purpose of using the airbags. So, these little rubber knobules kind of grab your arms and holds them in place.

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Alan: It also has foot rollers. It has airbags in the calves and the feet, of course. It has shoulder airbags to pin your shoulders back, and the purpose of airbags in the hips and the shoulders are traditionally to traction your body in, so when the rollers come up and down your back, you know, the rollers have a tendency to push you out, away from the chair. The airbags will kind of pin you in so when the rollers come, you can feel a more intense massage, same with the hips, in the L-track chairs. When the rollers come down on to the butt, the airbags are holding the hips in place, so when the rollers come, they don’t always just lift you right out of the chair. It’ll traction you down so that you get a deeper massage on the buttock. OK, this also comes with Bluetooth technology and speakers, so you can pair your device with the chair, and then once it’s paired, and it’s very easy to pair through the Bluetooth, you know, section on your phone settings. You can play any, you know, any of your playlists, whether it’s music, or podcasts, or whatever over the speakers, and you can do that while you’re relaxing in the chair. It’s a very, most – well, not most – but a lot of the chairs nowadays come with the Bluetooth feature. It doesn’t make a whole heck of a difference for the overall massage therapy experience, but it is kind of cool to have it, and if you’ve got some really relaxing music to play, that can enhance the therapeutic benefit of the chair.

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Alan: OK, the remote control has a little pouch on the side. I want you to kind of come around and just take a look at it, it’s hard with the lighting in here, but this chair has the synthetic leather exterior down to here, and then it’s got a plastic exterior on the base, and underneath here. There are some chairs that are more like 100% plastic. If you’ll notice over here, we can show you the Ekon, which is an Osaki product, and it has pretty much all plastic, but a lot of chairs have portion of their chairs being plastic, like the Infinity Overture over here, the bottom half is also plastic on that. So, plastic, the blend of plastic and synthetic leather is pretty commonplace in the massage chair industry today. This chair comes with a five-year limited warranty, that’s one year parts and labor, three years parts, and five years structure. It comes in various, I think three colors, but a great chair, a good bang for the buck for a 3D L-track, very nice chair.

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Alan: They used to sell this chair, I believe, at I think it was Brookstone, or one of the, it was an exclusive for one of those now defunct chain stores. But we have it now available in our showroom, and it’s a good bang for the buck for a 3D L-track. Anyway, that is the Infinity Riage X3 massage chair.

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