Osaki introduces another L-Track chair option to the market with the Osaki OS-Pro Summit massage chair. This is a new technology that allows the roller track to extend well past the low back and down into the buttocks and top of the hamstrings. You will never feel another low back massage like that of an L-Track massage chair. This chair also offers other popular features that you have come to expect in a beautiful massage chair: zero gravity, mechanical foot rollers, plenty of airbags, space-saving recline feature, and a big enough frame to handle someone as tall as 6'5".
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- L-Track Rollers - Now you have another option for an extended roller track. The Osaki OS-Pro Summit massage chair has a 51" roller track, also known as an L-Track, that extends past the low back and into the buttocks and top of the hamstring muscles. A remarkable low back massage!
- Mechanical Foot Rollers - 2 rows of spinning mechanical rollers under your feet will provide a reflexology-like therapy. Stimulated feel will make your whole body feel better.
- Zero Gravity - A 30 degree tilt of the seat to give you the most comfortable sitting position while getting a massage, not to mention the relief it will give you if you have low back pain.
- Space-Saving Feature -You can place your chair within 6" of your wall and not have to worry about your chair hitting the wall when you recline.
- 30 Airbags - This chair will massage everything from your shoulders to your waist to your hips to your hands and arms to your calves and feet...thanks to all of these airbags.
- Low Back Heating Pads - Built-in heating pads will melt your muscles away and make it possible for the rollers to really get in there and do their job.
- Fits 5' - 6'5" Body - This chair will fit anyone in your household or business thanks to it's height versatility. It is rare to find a chair that fits such a large spectrum of body sizes.
- Low Back & Hip Twist - Airbags are used to lift one side of the seat and low back (waist) and then the other to induce a rotation and twist into the low back and pelvis area.
- Recommended User Height (approx.): 5' - 6'5"
- Recommended Max. User Weight (lbs): 265
- Weight (lbs): 300
- Dimensions Upright (H" x W" x D"): 47" X 30" X 63"
- Dimensions Reclined (H" x W" x D"): 45.3" x 30" x 74.8"
- Warranty (parts & labor/parts/frame): 1 yr/2yr/3yr
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- Manufacture Country: China
Osaki OS-Pro Summit Massage Chair Reviews (3)
Jan 20, 2017 at 07:29 PM
We bought the Osaki Pro Summit massage chair almost a month ago. It was a big decision for us, what machine we going to choose. We live in Florida, so the only chance to try out a machine was the Brookstone massage chair( which is alright). We were looking for in the 5000$ price range. I called first Dr. Weidner, to asked his opinion about the chairs. By the way I'm a massage therapist with tremendous sport injuries, so getting a good chair was crucial. He recommended this chair (Pro Summit) for us right away, especially because this is an L track type, which works on the glutes. Then I spoke to Michael from the CA store, who gave us the outmost help that a customer representative can give. We talked hours for almost 2 weeks, when a made my final decision on the Summit. The chair is absolutely a amazing! The foot rollers are perfect and strong, you can modify your foot position so rollers are hitting more areas on your sole. Neck and back massage also does a great job after a long day. Air pumps can really squeeze your extremities for better circulation. With manual programs you can target specific areas( spot massage) on your back and change the width in 3 positions(rolling). To put together the chair was easy (20 minutes). Overall the chair does not compete with a human massage therapist's hand, but trust me, it will relieve your pain and put you in a deep sleep.We very happy our purchase! Thank you again Massage Chair Relief!
Dec 17, 2016 at 11:38 AM
First thing I'd like to say is that I didn't buy my massage chair from Dr. Weidner. I live in Canada and with the price of exchange and shipping plus the cost of duty the cost was just too great. However, while I was doing my research I came upon Dr. Weidner's video's and then web site and really liked how he reviewed and talked about all the product's I was looking at. I then called him and spoke with him a few times and honestly grew to really like the man. We talked massage chairs, of course, but we also talked about hockey. This guy is a good down to earth guy who believe's in his product and actually cares about the people he is dealing with. He's the one who urged me to look to Canada to purchase my massage chair. He said he'd love to sell me a chair, but the better option would be to find a Canadian retailer. Now who does that anymore? Who takes the time to explain all the various models of massage chairs to a customer, knowing full well they are from Canada, and then recommends they buy the chair elsewhere? Someone who honestly cares about the people he's dealing with, that's who. Words cannot describe how impressed I was and still am with Dr. Weidner. If I lived in the USA, I would pay more to buy from him, but wouldn't have to because he price matches.
So a little about myself and why I wanted a massage chair. I had a severe herniation of my L4 with bulging in my L5. I was hospitalized for 2 weeks unable to even sit up in bed to eat my food. I was on morphine for the pain and torradol, not sure I spelled that right, as well. I had 2 steroid injections into the affected area, which didn't help at all. I was bed ridden for about 6 months. I couldn't work and walking was pure agony. My right foot was completely numb, with the exception of my big toe. My leg from the top of my shin bone down was mostly numb as well. I was experiencing severe hamstring cramping which made the back pain I had almost unbearable. I was taking Naproxen and a muscle relaxer for close to a year and probably wouldn't have recovered without the meds. FYI I never take meds unless I'm near death as I know how terrible they are for you. 2 years after the injury and getting back to work, and I had partly recovered, but my back and right leg were not getting better. After a long day at work the pain would start radiating down my leg into my foot and my foot would start to go numb again. I started really looking into everything to try and get my back going again. The inversion table was ok, but I didn't really feel it was doing much good. McKensie stretching helped a lot at the end of the day. Acupuncture actually helped a lot too. I always thought it was hokus pokus. I read articles about the psoas and piriformus and how to loosen up the muscles in affected area to help speed up the healing process. And this helped me a lot. This is when I came across info on massage chairs. After a time I spoke with Dr. Weidner about which chairs would work best for me, based on my issues. At the time he recommended the Titan TP Pro Alpine. It was quite expensive but I ended up buying the chair. I had some issues with the chair right from the beginning and it eventually failed, but for the 8 months it worked, the results I achieved using it were phenomenal. My right leg loosened right up. The muscles in my buttocks loosened up as well. The calm feeling my body was experiencing, as a result of daily massages on the chair, was something I hadn't felt since I was much younger prior to having back pain. I now go days and even weeks without back pain and when it does flare up again a session or two on the chair will fix my issues almost immediately, and I can feel it adjusting my neck and spine when they are out of alignment. It's kind of cool feeling your disks separate too. I also sleep much better now. I recently got a warranty replacement of my Alpine and got the Summit instead. In my opinion it is a far superior chair to the Alpine. The shoulder air bags enhance the massage experience. The heat works better on the Summit. I might have had a defective heating element on my Alpine though. The Summit is much quieter and the massage mechanism seems much smoother. They should have made the remote better by illuminating all the buttons. It's a real pain to use in low light. It also has the same glitch the Alpine had, where when you are fully or mostly reclined one of the rollers will lose it's way and stay higher than the other one. This puts the roller in a position where it presses too hard and you have to lift your bum up for it to correct itself. But it rarely happens and it's easy to correct by lifting your bum. This chair has enhanced the quality of my life immeasurably and I would buy it again in a second. It is easily the best purchase I have ever made for my health. Every person who sits in it is amazed. They all say that they can't believe how incredible the massage is. Many, if not all of them, have sat in massage chairs at malls or beauty parlors and all say that the Alpine/Summit is far and away the better machine. 2 of my friends have purchased chairs of their own and have experienced similar results and love their chairs. If you have symptoms like the one's I described above, I honestly believe that the Summit chair will help you get better. Just buy it and forget about the price because your health and happiness are worth it.
Thanks again Dr. Weidner for all your help. You're awesome and I hope this review helps you sell chairs and help the people you sell to achieve better health.
Dec 14, 2016 at 01:01 PM
Best purchase in years! Great company and great service! I will be recommending you to all my friends, thank you Dr Weidner.