One of our clients called me and was concerned that the black leather Inada Sogno massage chair he ordered was not really all leather, but that just a portion of the seat was leather. He said the rest of the black upholstery seemed to shiny and slick to be leather and he wanted to know if he paid extra for a chair that only had a leather seat and faux leather throughout the rest of the chair. Well, I had never been asked that before and didn’t believe that Inada would advertise black leather AND charge $1000 more for a chair that only had a small portion of the upholstery as leather.
So, I asked the client to call Inada himself to find out and then to get back to me so that I heard it from the customer’s mouth. I figured he’d want to hear it straight from Inada’s mouth rather than me, since he might think I am just making stuff up about something I wasn’t really sure about to begin with 😉
Well, he called me up shortly thereafter to confirm that the whole chair, in fact, was upholstered in black leather…not just any black leather, but fine, premium Italian leather! Apparently, the quality of the leather is so good that the chair actually looks artificial, if that makes any sense. My client was not only relieved about this news flash, but he was very excited about the quality of leather and workmanship that went into this Inada Sogno massage chair.
There you have it…the black leather Inada Sogno massage chair is actually upholstered in black leather…duh (I would never, in a million years, expect a top-notch company like Inada to misrepresent anything about their products…they are too good for that).
Dr. Alan Weidner
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