Introduction – Ogawa Active Massage Chair (Video)

Ogawa Active


Transcript of Video Titled “Introduction – Ogawa Active Massage Chair”

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Ogawa ActiveAlan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com‘ and today I’m going to introduce you to the Ogawa Active. Now, Ogawa is a new line. It comes from the same manufacturing plant and the same company as Cozzia, and they’re manufactured in China. The Ogawa Active is their upper-echelon chair, the next level down is the Ogawa Refresh, and we’ll talk about that on another video. But the Ogawa Active, it’s a unique chair, this is the ‘Cherry’ red color, it’s a very nice color. We don’t have a lot of red in our showroom, so it’s kind of a nice change from the black and brown. But this chair has what they call SuperTrac, and it has – I believe it’s a 43-inch extended roller track – and I’ll just lift this up and out of the way so I can put my hands down here, but you can see here there’s an area for the neck to be massaged, if you want to lift off the neck pad, the headpiece.

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Alan: You can come down here with your hands, and you can feel that the roller comes underneath the seat about – it comes down about 43 inches – it’s not as long as some of the other L-track chairs, but the thing about SuperTrac that makes it unique is that you have an extended roller track, but the chair can flatten out. L-track chairs, you cannot flatten them out, that L-track is fixed, and so when the chair reclines or comes upright, it’s in a fixed position. This one, you can bring it up, but then you can flatten it out, so you can get a horizontal lay for the customer, for the user. So, that’s the SuperTrac of this chair, nice feature. Now, this chair has got, it has a couple of zero-gravity positions, it’s got the electronic leg extender of the ottoman. You can see how that works when we show you the first-time use of this chair, or when we show you the video that talks about the ottoman. You have arm airbags, you’ve got hip airbags, you’ve got shoulder airbags. The shoulder airbags are the kind that pin from the outside, to hold your upper body in place while the rollers come up and down your back.

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Alan: The chair has a remote-control pouch, on the side here, and the remote control is a very simple remote. There’s nothing fancy about it, or anything to be intimidated about. You have the viewing screen there, you’ve got a simple on-and-off power switch, and then you’ve got the manual settings underneath the remote flap. And then when you turn the chair off, it comes right back up to a neutral position. But and also this chair has foot rollers, it has calf-and-foot airbags, it has some seat airbags, it’s a very nice chair, and it is kind of the flagship chair for the new Ogawa line. I hope you found this video helpful. I’m trying to think of if I’ve forgotten anything, I think we’ve pretty much covered everything. I believe there’s waist airbags as well, which I didn’t mention, and there’s no music function, or anything in this one, and no chromotherapy, or any of those other things. But the chair, bang for the buck, it’s a decent chair. It’s under the $5000 price range, under $5000, and a very nice chair. I hope you found this video helpful. If you did, please feel free to thumbs up ‘Like’ us on our YouTube channel, and of course, share this video, or any other video that we’ve produced, to help us spread the word about massage chairs through your Facebook, your Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn, whatnot. We just appreciate you helping us spread the word about massage chairs. I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com,’ this is an introduction to the Ogawa Active massage chair, and I will see you on the next video. Bye bye.

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