A revolutionary new chair from Ogawa, the Active SuperTrac brings something heretofore not seen in the massage chair industry - an extended roller track that can function when you are fully reclined with the seat completely horizontal! Add to that zero gravity, 9 auto programs, 56 airbags, foot rollers, seat vibration, and an awesome look and you have a chair that gives you everthing you need to have a remarkable massage experience...day in and day out!
- SuperTrac Roller Technology - A first in the massage chair industry, the Active offers an extended roller track technology that can offer massage of the buttocks and thigh...when the chair is fully reclined!! Other extended roller track chairs can only offer the buttocks and thigh massage when the chair is in a zero gravity position. Now, you can recline further back and enjoy a complete lower quadrant roller massage. And here is something even more cool...you can choose to use just the S-track down your neck and back, or the buttocks and thigh L-track massage!
- Body Scan Technology - This chair will measure you and size you up so accurately that you will feel that every massage program has been personalized just for you.
- Mechanical Foot Rollers - This chair has rollers everywhere! Foot rollers provide something that almost everyone is looking for...a therapeutic foot massage. Combined with airbag compression, the foot rollers will be the answer for those of you who are on your feet all day long.
- 2-Stage Zero Gravity Positioning - You will have two options for a zero gravity recline...you pick which one works best for you and optimally relieves your back pressure.
- 56 Airbags - You will be literally surrounded by air chambers when using this chair, and getting massaged all the way from your shoulders down to your feet...and everywhere in between.
- 9 Auto Programs - You can select from: Gentle, Relax, Vigorous, Demo, UNIQ1, UNIQ2, Full Air, and 2 Stretch programs, Stretching (upper body) and Therapy (lower body).
- Heat Function - You can use the lumbar heating element to soften up those tightened low back muscles so that the rollers can have an even greater impact on your muscle tightness.
- Seat Vibration - Both soothing and therapeutic, the seat vibration will get blood flowing and mesmerize you into a deep sleep.
- Fits 5' to 6'4" - The versatility of this chair will allow the tallest and shortest in most families to be able to enjoy all the features of this new model.
- USB Charger - We can't go anywhere without our phones...and aren't we always running out of battery power? Well, now you can dock on your chair and recharge both your battery and your phone's battery!!
- Recommended User Height: 5' - 6'4''
- Recommended User Weight Max: 300 lbs
- Power Consumption: 250W
- Available Colors: Black, Cherry, Chocolate, Graphite
- Chair Weight: 285 lbs
- Upright Chair Dimensions: 49" X 33" X 60"
- Reclined Chair Dimensions: 43" X 33" X 82"
- # of Motors: 8
- Manufacturing Country: China
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Ogawa Active SuperTrac Massage Chair Reviews (1)
Aug 24, 2017 at 04:18 PM
I’ve owned the Ogawa Active Supertrac Massage Chair for about a month now. It is my second chair, the first being an Osaki Pro model.
Compared to the Osaki, this chair is superior in materials, construction, and range of options. The strongest proprioceptive difference is that the Osaki provides what I would call a somewhat “harsher” experience through the rollers and a more limited range through the airbags.
Ogawa Active PROS:
Well constructed, feels solid,“beefy”, kind of a commercial grade feel.
Rollers give a “medium” pressure massage, and the removable top pillow and back and sacral insert allow a fine tuning of this pressure
The airbag components are outstanding in their both their placement and adjustment range of operating intensity
Having the reclined “unix” programs option is an exceptional feature, allowing the “L” tract operation which attends to the gluteal region.
Everything else so far is just solid and really good.
The “L” track option doesn’t extend all the way through the gluteal region, like some other chairs, attending to the upper half of your butt.
In contrast to other reviewers, I don’t find the neck region that well attended to, Perhaps being on the smaller side (5’8”) is a factor here. The massage rollers work my structure well up through the shoulders, but there is an actual space between the back of my neck and the chair rollers, which leaves my neck unattended.
My wife has a smaller shoulder width, and the shoulder bags, which are unfortunately unadjustable, do not really do more than touch her shoulders when inflated
a 3D option to adjust the roller intensity would make this an unbeatable chair.
I have found the “Massage Chair Relief” online store both helpful and reliable. There was a shipping issue with my chair, and Dr. Weidner stayed in personal contact with me through all stages of correcting the issue and getting the chair delivered. This level of person attention is rare, in my experience, in the online world.
Ogawa Active SuperTrac Massage Chair