Transcript of Video Titled “Massage Chair Industry Update – August 25, 2015”
In Part 2 of my review, I’d like to go over the actual massage experience of the Apex Ultra massage chair.
The first thing I noticed when I turned on the chair (and I must say that I started with Auto program #1, which is “Deep Tissue”), was how intense the rollers were…especially in the neck and shoulder regions. I find a lot of chairs don’t have a lot of kick in the neck area and customers who like deep tissue massage in that area could be left wanting. But, this chair has quite a vigorous massage up there. Continue reading “Review of the Apex Ultra Massage Chair (Part 2)” »
The new Apex Ultra massage chair is a great L-track offering in the under $3,000 price range. Originally priced at $4395 when it came to market, the competitive landscape for this chair forced the price drop. Osaki/Titan owns the Apex brand and has brought us an L-track chair with a great bang-for-the-buck.
L-track, for those of you who are wondering what I am talking about, is the commonly used term to describe an extended roller track that goes beyond the neck, mid-back, and low back, and extends down to the buttocks and top of the hamstrings. I personally think the L-track is the biggest innovation in our industry in years, perhaps even decades. Yes, bigger than foot rollers, 3D rollers, and zero gravity. Continue reading “Review of the Apex Ultra Massage Chair (Part 1)” »