Mechanical Foot Rollers Video of the Osaki OS-7075R


Transcript of Video Titled “Foot Rollers / Airbags – Osaki 7075R Massage Chair”

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Alan: Hi, I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com‘ and today we’re going to talk about the Osaki 7075R foot roller function. Now, the old Osaki 7000 – and when I say old, it was just a year ago – but the 7000 is the exact same chair as the OS-7075. We have a whole series of videos on the OS-7000. All of the features are exactly the same, the chair looks the same, the color options are the same, the functions are all exactly the same. The only thing that the 7075R has over the 7000 is the foot rollers, and the foot rollers are quite an interesting feature. It’s a very intense roller. There’s a mechanical roller in the bottom of the foot massage that massages the soles of the feet, and it can be very, very intense. You can adjust the intensity by pushing your feet harder against the rollers, or retracting a little bit against the rollers, so it’s not so intense.

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Alan: You can also turn that feature on and off if you don’t want anything to do with the foot rollers after a while. I’ve got the chair on pause, I’m going to unpause it – and Jordan if you could come over here and turn the video on, or I mean, focus the video in on the ottoman – we’re going to unpause this, and turn on the foot rollers. You can see the airbags compressing just like on the 7000, but you’ll also see the rollers moving. I don’t know if you can see it underneath my hand, but you can see the rollers moving underneath, and you can imagine them pushing up on your feet. Now you can see the rollers again, you see the rollers pushing up on the linen, now imagine that those are the soles of your feet on top of those rollers.

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Alan: It’s a little hard to see with the black material, but you can feel those rollers. If I put my hand on it, you can actually see it pushing my hand up, you see that. Then, again, you can see the rollers when I push down on the linen. Now, imagine that the airbags are compressing down on your feet, and while the airbags are compressing down on your feet, the rollers are pushing up on the bottom of your feet, it’s very intense. So, it’s a wonderful massage if you like to have your feet done. You can also hear the vibration in there – there’s a vibration turning on and off – if I’m quiet, and I shut my mouth for a minute, you can hear the vibration as well, there. You’re getting the vibration, you’re getting rollers rolling the bottom of your feet, and you’re getting airbags compressing down on your feet. That combination of therapies on your feet is very intense. If you suffer from plantar fasciitis, or any kind of foot disorder that musculoskeletal in origin or in nature, you may find this to be very, very helpful. Now, it may be uncomfortable, so again, you can adjust it, turn it off. If you don’t want to use it all, you can just shut it right off, but it’s a wonderful feature. Foot massage, or foot rollers, have become kind of the rage in massage chairs now days. We’re seeing that in the IT-8200 and the IT-8500, the ZeroG 4.0 from Human Touch, the Omega Montage Pro, and of course, the Osaki OS-7075R all have foot rollers. It’s becoming quite the rage, and it’s a nice feature, a lot of people want that feature in their massage chair. So, that’s the foot roller in the Osaki 7075R. I’m Dr. Alan Weidner from ‘Massage-Chair-Relief.com,’ thanks for visiting today. If you found this video helpful, please feel free to subscribe to our YouTube channel and get updated on subsequent videos that we create. ‘Like’ us or share us on Facebook and Twitter, and help us spread the word about massage chairs. We do appreciate your visit today, and hope you found this video helpful. Have a great day, we’ll see you. Bye bye.

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