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Infinity IT-8500 Plus

$5,999.00

(1 customer review)

Infinite Therapeutics has stepped it up a notch with the Infinity IT-8500 Plus massage chair. Features include 1.) a deep stretch program, 2.) 2 zero gravity positions, 3.) SoothMe sound therapy, and 4.) Waist Twist Therapy.

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Description

Infinite Therapeutics has introduced the IT-8500 Plus massage chair as a step-up from the already popular IT-8500. In addition to a stretch program, the IT-8500 chair also boasts a spinal correction feature, full shoulder airbag massage, BlueTooth technology, SoothMe™ Sound Therapy, zero gravity positions, Decompression Stretch, Waist Twist Therapy, and much, much more. This is all in addition to the features you already expect from a massage chair: foot rollers, head rotation airbags, touch screen remote, and full body airbags.

Additional information

Airbag Intensity Control

Yes

Arm Airbag Massage

Yes

Auto/Power Recline

Yes

# Auto Programs

16

Automatic Shut-Off

Yes

Bluetooth Connectivity

Yes

Body Scan Technology

Yes

Calf Airbags

Yes

Calf Rollers

No

Chair Weight (lbs)

229

Color:

Black, Brown

Compression

Yes

Design/Engineer Country

China

Dim-Reclined (H'' x W'' x D'')

36x35x74

Dim-Upright (H'' x W'' x D'')

46x35x59

Foot Airbags

Yes

Foot Rollers

Yes

Grasping/Gripping

No

Heat

Yes

Hip/Thigh Airbag Massage

Yes

Inversion

Yes

Junetsu

No

Kneading

Yes

L-Track

No

Low Back Roller Massage

Yes

Manufacture Country (Stated)

China

Massage Stroke Length (inches)

30.25

Memory Capability

No

# Motors

8

Music System

Yes

Neck/Head Airbags

Yes (Head)

Neck Roller Massage

Yes

Ottoman Length Adjustment

Yes

Power Consumption (Watts)

170

Power Ottoman Up/Down

Yes

Program Time Indicator

Yes

Reclining Angle (degrees)

178

Removable/Adjustable Pillow

Yes

Rolling

Yes

Rotating/Hidden Ottoman

No

Rubbing

No

S-Track

Yes

Seat Massage

Yes (Air)

Shiatsu/Acupressure

Yes

Space Saving Recline

No

Speed Control

Yes

Stretch

Yes

Swivel Base

No

Tapping/Percussion

Yes

Total # Airbags/Aircells

38

Total # Back Rollers

4

Upholstery

Synthetic

Upper Arm/Shoulder Massage

Yes

Vibration

No

Waist Airbags

Yes

Zero Gravity

Yes (2 Stage)

3D/4D Roller Intensity Control

No

Warranty (parts & labor/parts/frame)

1y/3y/5y

In-Home Warranty Service Period

1y

Massage Cycle Time Max (minutes)

30

1 review for Infinity IT-8500 Plus

  1. william hutt

    Reason for Update 1-5-2022: SAFETY: Proximity Sensors

    Daiwa 4d Supreme Hybrid

    Daiwa's FORCE Option they display, but don't say much about in their manual

    FORCE:
    an influence (as a push or pull) that tends to produce a change in the speed or direction of motion of something

    By the above definition I fully expected Gentle to be 3d turned off, Soothing, varying from 0-3, and Vigorous from 0-5.
    That would make sense.

    REALITY:
    My interpretation of Daiwa's definition of FORCE is the number of times a 3d level 5 intensity occurs from start to finish of an auto program.

    EXAMPLE:
    Using the "Refresh" Auto Program for 10 minutes, aided by self produced videos, Gentle Force, Level 5 occurred 22 times. On Vigorous, level 5 occurred around 30 times.

    BOTTOM LINE:
    There will NOT be a noticeable difference from a FORCE setting of Gentle, Soothing, or Vigorous. That is basically what Daiwa's response was to me when I questioned and sent them videos of all the modes under the same conditions. I thought the chair wasn't working correctly.

    Healthy back, no issues, this is a GREAT chair.

    From a standing position, if you are able to bend backwards between 30 and 45 degrees without pain or discomfort, most likely you will be good with this chair, otherwise, don't buy the chair. Try a Luraco I7 or I7 Plus (I Own). NOT the Luraco I9 (I've tried), similar bending/arching issues.

    My wife has lower back issues -- degenerative disc. We made the mistake of assuming FORCE was a 3d intensity level. In that mind set we thought she would be able to use the chair on the Gentle setting and I could still get my desired deep tissue massage.

    Unfortunately, not the case, RE-EMPHASIZING; Gentle reaches level 5 multiple times. Very painful for her. She can only use the manual mode "Point" and "Partial" massage with the 3d level OFF for lower back, plus "Neck and Shoulder", "Sweet Dreams" and "Refreshing Nap". Depending on massage location she can get up to a level 2 and with the traps and neck a 5. Using manual mode for her is a real hassle due to multiple changes required to massage her back. That's why the I7 is a much better choice for her. 3d levels are programmable by sections - Low back, mid back, neck, plus you can store all settings in one memory for fast and easy recall.

    I have no back issues and love the chair.

    The back pads allow you to manually manipulate how intense you want the roller pressure points. With No pads, intense roller pressure points, 1 pad, pressure points a little less intense. .....ect.

    NOT USING ANY PADS:
    If you are 5'7" or shorter, you can use a "Car Front Seat Cover Half Surround PU Leather Pad Mat" (around $11 ebay) for neck and head support. You can also use the included 6 section pad if you want to bring your head a little more forward, beyond that of using the seat cover. Place the edge of the pad around your mid neck area.

    LOWER Rollers:
    In this area use two or more 7x9 Pot holders to ease the byte of the rollers.

    BODY SCAN Adjustment:: No info in the manual on this
    The chair has a manual adjustment option which shows up right after the initial Body Scan. Up and down arrows appear. At this point you can adjust the baseline roller position by tapping the arrows. You will notice each time the arrow is tapped, a 7 second timer appears. You have 7 seconds to decide if the rollers are in the correct position for you, if not, keep hitting the arrows until you are satisfied. Let the timer elapse, and the massage begins.

    TIMER TRICK:
    If you are at the end of a massage and you want to continue the massage without the chair resetting:
    Before the massage time expires, simply select another massage, then select the massage you desire, The timer will reset. OR you can open "Adjustments", select a different time then select your desired time. This also resets the timer to the desired time. As far as I can tell you can do this as many times as you want.

    ZERO GRAVITY:
    Most auto programs do not use "Zero Gravity" for their standard massaging position. If you would like to use "Zero Gravity" as a massage position for an auto program, open "Adjustments" and select a "Zero Gravity" position. The chair will change and stay in that position until the conclusion of the auto program. This works on most of the auto programs.

    SHORT People:
    My wife is 5'3" this is the only chair we found that fits her. Example: She can feel the foot rollers on the Daiwa (the whole ottoman slides up), on the I7, she can barely feel the rollers. Fit was a big factor for the Daiwa purchase. She tried multiple chairs but none fit her correctly, there was always something not right.

    The above information was learned after we received the chair. Not enough time in the showroom to recognize the FORCE issue.

    On a personal note:

    SCIATICA:
    The last couple of days I've been cleaning my tile and grout, a great deal of bending in positions I'm not used to. As a result my sciatica started acting badly, to the point of making it difficult to even sit comfortably. I did a 30 min round of the Hybriflex program and the sciatica problem went away. I was hoping it would help, never dreamed it would go away completely. It worked for me, hopefully, it will work for others with an irritated sciatic nerve as well.

    SAFETY - Proximity Sensors:
    I didn't see this in the manuals.  The chair has proximity sensors located on each side of the chair. They are positioned in the divide section ( 2-3inch silver separator) between the upper and lower side chair sections.  To test the sensors, place your hand on or near the separator section after initiating a massage. The chair will start dinging. Take your hand off, and it stops. Try this when the chair is changing positions, the chair will stop, then resume once you remove your hand.

    The Supreme is a hard chair to beat. I fall asleep in the Supreme easier than my i7 Plus. When I wake in the Supreme, I feel like I'm trying to wake from anesthesia. Most of the time(90%+), I start another massage and go back to sleep. The most 30 minutes programs in one night, 4, so far. I couldn't wake up enough to get out of it.

    4/5 stars: FORCE is misleading You really only have 12 noticeably different auto programs not 36 as indicated on some youtube videos.

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Infinite Therapeutics has introduced the IT-8500 Plus massage chair as a step-up from the already popular IT-8500. In addition to a stretch program, the IT-8500 chair also boasts a spinal correction feature, full shoulder airbag massage, BlueTooth technology, SoothMe™ Sound Therapy, zero gravity positions, Decompression Stretch, Waist Twist Therapy, and much, much more. This is all in addition to the features you already expect from a massage chair: foot rollers, head rotation airbags, touch screen remote, and full body airbags.

WARRANTY
Zero Gravity

The Infinity IT-8500 Plus has 2 zero gravity positions to encourage a “weightless” position. Ideal for low back pain sufferers, the zero gravity function mimics the optimal position as determined by NASA’s space program. Optimal weight distribution removes excessive pressure from any one part of your spine.

Inversion Therapy

A full recline of the chair back, accompanied by the zero gravity seat positioning, produces an inversion effect to the spine, distracting the joints of the spine. This makes for a fantastic full body extension stretch that is a feature very unique to the Infinity IT-8500 Plus massage chair.

Mechanical Foot Rollers

While most massage chairs have airbag compression of the feet and calves, the Infinity IT-8500 Plus massage chair has 3 mechanical foot rollers that work the sole of each of your feet. Very soothing!!

Foot and Calf Airbags

Airbag compression to enhance circulation of the blood and lymph from the legs to the heart.

Spinal Correction

The Infinity IT-8500 Plus has shoulder airbags that compress the front of the shoulders and pin them back, while the rollers move up and down the spine. This feature will leave you feeling like you are standing taller and straighter after you have used this feature.

Body Scan

The pinpoint body scan of the Infinity IT-8500 Plus figures out the shape of your spine and the location of your spinal curves so that the chair can cater ever-so personally to your own particular body type.

Seat Airbag Massage and Sway

The Infinity IT-8500 Plus massage chair employs seat airbags that move the seat from side to side and up and down, enhancing passive motion to an area of the body that is very hard to reach without the assistance of an actual therapist. Fantastic feature if you have low back pain.

Air Neck Massage

A gently rotation airbag massage relaxes the neck muscles and lulls you to sleep while the chair weaves it’s magic.

Accu-Roll Shoulder Massage

A full complement of shoulder airbags that will envelope your whole shoulder joint and give it the attention that is lacking in other massage chairs.

Tru-Grip V Stretch

Airbags will grip your shoulders, arms, and lower body while the chair back and ottoman raise and lower…giving you a stretch you will both love and never forget.

Lumbar Heat

The thickness of the body tissues in the low back makes warming up a hard thing to do. The lumbar heating element of the Infinity IT-8500 Plus will assist in that process so that blood flows to those thick tissues a little quicker.

Acuroll Neck & Shoulder Massage

This Infinity IT-8500 Plus model utilizes 5 sensors to help assess and then provide the most accurate neck and shoulder massage.

BlueTooth Music System

The BlueTooth music system of the Infinity IT-8500 Plus allows you to pair your phone with your chair and play the music you want to listen to!

30′ Program Timer

You can schedule your massage chair to be anywhere from 10-30 minutes long to help you escape from the busy and stressful life you have to deal with.

30.25″ Roller Track
38 Total Airbags

Specifications

Airbag Intensity Control

Yes

Arm Airbag Massage

Yes

Auto/Power Recline

Yes

# Auto Programs

16

Automatic Shut-Off

Yes

Bluetooth Connectivity

Yes

Body Scan Technology

Yes

Calf Airbags

Yes

Calf Rollers

No

Chair Weight (lbs)

229

Color:

Black, Brown

Compression

Yes

Design/Engineer Country

China

Dim-Reclined (H'' x W'' x D'')

36x35x74

Dim-Upright (H'' x W'' x D'')

46x35x59

Foot Airbags

Yes

Foot Rollers

Yes

Grasping/Gripping

No

Heat

Yes

Hip/Thigh Airbag Massage

Yes

Inversion

Yes

Junetsu

No

Kneading

Yes

L-Track

No

Low Back Roller Massage

Yes

Manufacture Country (Stated)

China

Massage Stroke Length (inches)

30.25

Memory Capability

No

# Motors

8

Music System

Yes

Neck/Head Airbags

Yes (Head)

Neck Roller Massage

Yes

Ottoman Length Adjustment

Yes

Power Consumption (Watts)

170

Power Ottoman Up/Down

Yes

Program Time Indicator

Yes

Reclining Angle (degrees)

178

Removable/Adjustable Pillow

Yes

Rolling

Yes

Rotating/Hidden Ottoman

No

Rubbing

No

S-Track

Yes

Seat Massage

Yes (Air)

Shiatsu/Acupressure

Yes

Space Saving Recline

No

Speed Control

Yes

Stretch

Yes

Swivel Base

No

Tapping/Percussion

Yes

Total # Airbags/Aircells

38

Total # Back Rollers

4

Upholstery

Synthetic

Upper Arm/Shoulder Massage

Yes

Vibration

No

Waist Airbags

Yes

Zero Gravity

Yes (2 Stage)

3D/4D Roller Intensity Control

No

Warranty (parts & labor/parts/frame)

1y/3y/5y

In-Home Warranty Service Period

1y

Massage Cycle Time Max (minutes)

30

1 review for Infinity IT-8500 Plus

  1. william hutt

    Reason for Update 1-5-2022: SAFETY: Proximity Sensors

    Daiwa 4d Supreme Hybrid

    Daiwa's FORCE Option they display, but don't say much about in their manual

    FORCE:
    an influence (as a push or pull) that tends to produce a change in the speed or direction of motion of something

    By the above definition I fully expected Gentle to be 3d turned off, Soothing, varying from 0-3, and Vigorous from 0-5.
    That would make sense.

    REALITY:
    My interpretation of Daiwa's definition of FORCE is the number of times a 3d level 5 intensity occurs from start to finish of an auto program.

    EXAMPLE:
    Using the "Refresh" Auto Program for 10 minutes, aided by self produced videos, Gentle Force, Level 5 occurred 22 times. On Vigorous, level 5 occurred around 30 times.

    BOTTOM LINE:
    There will NOT be a noticeable difference from a FORCE setting of Gentle, Soothing, or Vigorous. That is basically what Daiwa's response was to me when I questioned and sent them videos of all the modes under the same conditions. I thought the chair wasn't working correctly.

    Healthy back, no issues, this is a GREAT chair.

    From a standing position, if you are able to bend backwards between 30 and 45 degrees without pain or discomfort, most likely you will be good with this chair, otherwise, don't buy the chair. Try a Luraco I7 or I7 Plus (I Own). NOT the Luraco I9 (I've tried), similar bending/arching issues.

    My wife has lower back issues -- degenerative disc. We made the mistake of assuming FORCE was a 3d intensity level. In that mind set we thought she would be able to use the chair on the Gentle setting and I could still get my desired deep tissue massage.

    Unfortunately, not the case, RE-EMPHASIZING; Gentle reaches level 5 multiple times. Very painful for her. She can only use the manual mode "Point" and "Partial" massage with the 3d level OFF for lower back, plus "Neck and Shoulder", "Sweet Dreams" and "Refreshing Nap". Depending on massage location she can get up to a level 2 and with the traps and neck a 5. Using manual mode for her is a real hassle due to multiple changes required to massage her back. That's why the I7 is a much better choice for her. 3d levels are programmable by sections - Low back, mid back, neck, plus you can store all settings in one memory for fast and easy recall.

    I have no back issues and love the chair.

    The back pads allow you to manually manipulate how intense you want the roller pressure points. With No pads, intense roller pressure points, 1 pad, pressure points a little less intense. .....ect.

    NOT USING ANY PADS:
    If you are 5'7" or shorter, you can use a "Car Front Seat Cover Half Surround PU Leather Pad Mat" (around $11 ebay) for neck and head support. You can also use the included 6 section pad if you want to bring your head a little more forward, beyond that of using the seat cover. Place the edge of the pad around your mid neck area.

    LOWER Rollers:
    In this area use two or more 7x9 Pot holders to ease the byte of the rollers.

    BODY SCAN Adjustment:: No info in the manual on this
    The chair has a manual adjustment option which shows up right after the initial Body Scan. Up and down arrows appear. At this point you can adjust the baseline roller position by tapping the arrows. You will notice each time the arrow is tapped, a 7 second timer appears. You have 7 seconds to decide if the rollers are in the correct position for you, if not, keep hitting the arrows until you are satisfied. Let the timer elapse, and the massage begins.

    TIMER TRICK:
    If you are at the end of a massage and you want to continue the massage without the chair resetting:
    Before the massage time expires, simply select another massage, then select the massage you desire, The timer will reset. OR you can open "Adjustments", select a different time then select your desired time. This also resets the timer to the desired time. As far as I can tell you can do this as many times as you want.

    ZERO GRAVITY:
    Most auto programs do not use "Zero Gravity" for their standard massaging position. If you would like to use "Zero Gravity" as a massage position for an auto program, open "Adjustments" and select a "Zero Gravity" position. The chair will change and stay in that position until the conclusion of the auto program. This works on most of the auto programs.

    SHORT People:
    My wife is 5'3" this is the only chair we found that fits her. Example: She can feel the foot rollers on the Daiwa (the whole ottoman slides up), on the I7, she can barely feel the rollers. Fit was a big factor for the Daiwa purchase. She tried multiple chairs but none fit her correctly, there was always something not right.

    The above information was learned after we received the chair. Not enough time in the showroom to recognize the FORCE issue.

    On a personal note:

    SCIATICA:
    The last couple of days I've been cleaning my tile and grout, a great deal of bending in positions I'm not used to. As a result my sciatica started acting badly, to the point of making it difficult to even sit comfortably. I did a 30 min round of the Hybriflex program and the sciatica problem went away. I was hoping it would help, never dreamed it would go away completely. It worked for me, hopefully, it will work for others with an irritated sciatic nerve as well.

    SAFETY - Proximity Sensors:
    I didn't see this in the manuals.  The chair has proximity sensors located on each side of the chair. They are positioned in the divide section ( 2-3inch silver separator) between the upper and lower side chair sections.  To test the sensors, place your hand on or near the separator section after initiating a massage. The chair will start dinging. Take your hand off, and it stops. Try this when the chair is changing positions, the chair will stop, then resume once you remove your hand.

    The Supreme is a hard chair to beat. I fall asleep in the Supreme easier than my i7 Plus. When I wake in the Supreme, I feel like I'm trying to wake from anesthesia. Most of the time(90%+), I start another massage and go back to sleep. The most 30 minutes programs in one night, 4, so far. I couldn't wake up enough to get out of it.

    4/5 stars: FORCE is misleading You really only have 12 noticeably different auto programs not 36 as indicated on some youtube videos.

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