I just learned yesterday that Panasonic has a new massage chair coming out and it is supposed to be a beauty. It will be part of the 30000 series and will probably be labeled the Panasonic 30007 Massage Lounger. It will be manufactured in Japan, which is a departure from the other members of the 30000 family, which are currently manufactured in China.
I am also told that the price tag on this model will be quite high. I know nothing of the features, look, or functions, but I do know that it will be a step up from the Panasonic 30006 massage chair, which is the high end model heretofore only found at The Sharper Image specialty stores.
By the way, for those of you who have been following my blog entires on the 30006, I can tell you that the Panasonic 30006 shipment that I spoke of, where the price was dropped down from $4999 to $3699, has only 3 black ones left. So, if you are thinking of getting that massage chair and have been sitting on the fence about whether to buy it or not…get off the fence and take action before this amazingly low price is gone. Only 3 left. And, remember, we don’t have this model on our website, so if you want it you have to call our toll-free number, 1-888-259-5380, to place the order.
I will keep you posted about the Panasonic 30007 when I get more info on it. Before I forget, I was also told that the Panasonic 3222 massage chair model has been discontinued. There are a few in stock, but no new chairs are going to be available once the current stock is gone. The 3222 has been around a long time and was the Panasonic massage chair of choice before the 30000 series came along. We will be removing it from my site within a week or so.
Dr. Alan Weidner
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