More Pics of the USA-Made iRobotics 6 from Luraco!

I went to the showroom last night to meet with a client and took the time to take some pics of the new iRobotics 6. I thought I’d share them with you before I posted them to the product page. I took the pics from different angles and, unfortunately, there are some other chairs in the pictures. Hope you don’t mind!

 

This is a side view of the chair. You’ll notice the black upholstery contrasted to a silver base. You can also see a very nice wood accent between the plastic and the black. The remote control is a pedestal remote on the right hand side of the chair.  

 


 

Here is the front view of the chair. There is very little padding between the rollers and the back. You can see the darker black linen that is all that stands between your back and the roller system.  This makes for a more intense massage, though you can adjust the intensity of the rollers. You can also see the horseshoe-shaped head and shoulder massager.

 

This is the default position of the chair when a program is turned on. You can see wheels at the base of the ottoman. There are also wheels at the rear of the chair for easy moving. You can also see the airbag that is situated right where the upper arm is located when seated. Other than the Inada Sogno, this is the only chair that I am aware of that has an upper arm massage feature.

 

 

This is the remote control. In the bright daylight it can be a little tough to read the buttons, but the remote is extremely intuitive and very, very easy to use. It also has an SD card that goes into the top right of the remote upon which you can store music. The music can be adjusted from the remote as well.

 

 

 

This is the chair in full recline. When it is fully reclined, the length of the chair is about 80″. It is a very snug and comfortable fit for the body. You will definitely feel like the chair is working over a large part of your body. 104 airbags tend to do that to a person!

 

 

I hope this helps you get a little more familiar with this new chair.

Dr. Alan Weidner
www.massage-chair-relief.com

 

 

 

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