Let’s say you have found the perfect settings on your chair for a particular program, i.e. the depth of the rollers, the compression of the airbags, the chair positioning. And then the program ends. You come back to your chair later that day or the next day and can’t quite recall the perfect settings you found in the previous sessions.
Or, you have created your own custom program from the manual settings of your massage chair…and it is the perfect program for your body. You have the rollers placed exactly where you want them and doing what you want them to do, you have selected the airbags that make you feel the best, and you’ve got the chair body and ottoman in the perfect positions for your optimal comfort. You are so excited about creating the ultimate massage program for you…but when you come back to your chair to enjoy that those perfect settings, you can’t remember all the details of the program you created.
You wish that you could have saved those programs and settings. It can be frustrating. That is where the memory function comes into play. You may have seen that listed as a feature in some chairs and not really known what it means. Well, that feature takes care of the situations described above as it allows you to remember the programs and settings that you enjoyed in a particular program.
where the memory function comes into play. You may have seen that listed as a feature in some chairs and not really known what it means. Well, that feature takes care of the situations described above as it allows you to remember the programs and settings that you enjoyed in a particular program.
Unfortunately, not all chairs have that feature. As a matter of fact, of the 50+ chairs we have on our website, only 13 have the memory function. Here is a list of those models as of the time of this writing (5/19/20):
- Panasonic MAJ7
- Panasonic MA73
- Panasonic MA70
- Osaki JP Premium 4S
- Osaki 1st Class
- Ogawa Master Drive AI
- Ogawa Stretch 3D
- Ogawa Active L Plus
- JPMedics Kumo
- Luraco iRobotics 7 Plus
- Luraco Legend Plus
- Synca Kagra
- Synca JP1100
- Human Touch Super Novo
All of the above-mentioned chairs have buttons on the remote control to activate the memory function, except the Human Touch Super Novo. It uses the Alexa function to record your program in the cloud. The number of programs that a chair can memorize varies from chair to chair, starting with as few as 3.
Depending on the chair model, the memory function will remember a particular auto program, a custom program, and/or a manual program. It’s memory can include the roller position to the roller depth, to the airbags you’ve chosen to the intensity of the airbag compression, to the modes of the rollers (kneading, tapping, percussion, shiatsu, rolling, etc.) to the speed of the rollers, to the recline position of the chair back, to the height of the ottoman, to the length of time of the program, to any other features of the chair that you’ve selected. It really is a convenient feature and I’m surprised we don’t see more of it in other chair models.
Dr. Alan Weidner
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