Titan introduces another L-Track chair option to the market with the Titan TP-Pro Alpine 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. This 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
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Titan TP-Pro Alpine Massage Chair Reviews (3)
Dec 22, 2015 at 04:51 PM
Pro: Greatest massage ever. Not as ugly as most.
Con: worst remote ever.
We've only had out Alpine for a few days but already love it... Mostly. I went to Dr. Weidner's new showroom in Cerritos CA when he was there and tried all the chairs I was interested in. This web site is amazing for how much information you can find here by using the comparison feature and watching Dr. W's videos. So I had already narrowed it down to a short list. Dr. W. was great. We needed a chair that had the space saving feature so it didn't have to sit out in the middle of our small room. And we really wanted (but didn't have to have) an L track chair with a foot massage. So that narrowed it down to about 5 chairs. The Alpine, in my opinion, gives by far the best massage. It's hard to describe exactly why, but it just seems to give a more nuanced, varied massage - more human-like. It really is amazing.
If we're being honest, just by virtue of what they have to do, almost all the massage chairs are pretty ugly. So while I wouldn't call this one a gorgeous piece of furniture, we found it much more appealing than most of its competitors.
However the remote control really sucks. In many ways. First the 6 programs are labeled with meaningless words. For example "nighttime" (which one would think would be a soothing calm massage to help you sleep) is the most vigorous, pounding, hard massage of them all. It wakes you up. "Deep Tissue" is not as deep as "TC massage" (in case that's not obvious it means "traditional Chinese Massage"). The button labeled "Intensity" is only referring to the airbags. "M/C" is apparently manual controls but I challenge anyone to figure out how to use it manually. The six programs are back lit - but only around the rims of the buttons, so you can't read the buttons in a darkened room. The rest of the buttons aren't lit at all. In case you're wondering, the best remote I saw was the Human Touch Naviance which is the chair we would've gotten but for the fact that it is not a space saver and has to be set far from the wall. If that's not an issue for you, really give that one a good look.
Overall we're happy with the purchase. The fantastic massage this chair gives far outweighs the stupid remote.
Jul 17, 2015 at 09:17 AM
I have had the Titan Pro Alpine for about 3 months now and feel I can now comment on the chair. I will break the review into two parts (chair and Dr. Weidner).
Overall, we really like the Alpine and use it just about every day. My children are runners and seem to be in the chair constantly after cross country practice. The chair’s appearance is very pleasing in our bedroom and I found its look much more “clean” and less Star Trek like than other chairs I tried. On entering the chair the remote is very easy to use and intuitive. There are only 6 programs to choose from but I find this is more than enough. The manual mode is easy to navigate and use when focus on a problem area is needed. I really like the remote and its ease of use and only wish the backlite feature was available on all of the buttons (only the power button and program buttons are backlit). After thyree months I know the other buttons by feel but it would be much easier if they were backlit as I often turn the lights off or down when using the chair.
Overall Back: The rollers themselves really work your back and the L-Track massage is great and can reach the lower back with ease. A particular concern for us when buying the chair (any chair) was that my wife has a much more sensitive back and could not take a deep tissue massage. This made us focus on a 3-D chair as you can adjust the depth of the massage. We ultimately chose the Alpine as it was a better chair than the 3-D chairs I tried in many areas (foot rollers, arms, remote, neck massage, looks) and after trying the chair with a throw blanket you can easily control the massage in this way. By placing a blanket folded as many times as necessary to dampen the massage I found that you can create your own “3-D like” effect. My one negative on this chair is that a couple of times a massage cycle the rollers don’t track correctly and “rolls over” on itself. To correct this you have to push away from the chair and the roller then falls back into place. This is not a big deal for me but when someone else is trying the chair I have to explain what to do if this happens and they are not all together clear what I am talking about until it happens (if it happens).
Foot rollers: very firm foot massage to the point that some find it too rough. Again, you can dampen this with a small towel between the foot and rollers. It is much better to have too much massage and be able to dampen the massage than not enough.
Neck massage: Very good. Not as good as the IT-8500 but still very good. Having tried the 8500 there is no neck massage as good as that chair.
Air bags: Very firm. Love them.
Sizing: I am 6 feet tall with short legs (30”) and the chair fits me very well. My wife and son have very long legs (36”) and the ottoman needs to be extended all the way and still is a bit (maybe 1-2”) short. This chair is more than fine for us but if you have legs longer than 36” be careful. I think we are an extreme case of genetic discrepancy but be careful using overall height guidelines. I don’t think any other chair could accommodate this sizing variation as the ottoman on the Alpine adjusts approximately 6”.
I would not purchase a massage chair from anybody but Dr. Weidner. As you can see from other reviews this sentiment is shared and well deserved. I visited Utah specifically to try the different massage chairs and from the pickup at the airport to the outstanding dinner and conversation the experience was beyond memorable. I tried chairs for several hours the day of my arrival, met his family, had dinner after which he then drove me to my hotel. I met Dr. Weidner again the next morning to try the chairs again. Dr. Weidner brought a throw blanket the next morning so we could try adjusting the massage in this manner. By the time I left I had all the chair information I needed in addition to really enjoying my time spent with Dr. Weidner. After deciding on a chair the customer service is like nothing I have experienced before. The communication and care he delivers simply cannot be explained. Suffice it to say, you will never regret working with Dr. Weidner.
Good luck with your purchase and get ready to relax!
Apr 30, 2015 at 12:45 PM
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I recently purchased the Titan TP Pro Alpine Massage Chair and the following is my review of the chair and the purchasing experience:
First off, I must confess that I am serious about my purchases and I went to great lengths in order to NOT have buyers remorse. This included physically visiting the headquarters of several massage chair company's and seeing their entire line-up and comparing every chair available. My observations are from the view point of an ordinary (non-clininician) person's perspective whose price sensitivity is only self-imposed.
Here is why I chose the Titan TP Pro Alpine:
The extended roller track (L-Track) and the difference from the ordinary (S-Track) can't be overstated...it simply is the difference between night and day. High-end Japanese massage chairs, considerably more expensive, often times don't have that feature available. If they did, frankly I would have probably purchased one. The mechanical movement of the TP Pro is smoother than most in my comparison group and comparable to the highest-end chair available.
After many years of buying, growing, and selling large company's I have developed a passion for and a deep appreciation of good service. Dr. Weidner exemplifies what it means to truly serve his customers. I would describe myself as a connoisseur and appreciator of over-the-top customer service and my expectations have certainly been met with this purchase. Many times after the smoke clears from a significant purchase I ask myself, "would I endure that experience again if I had it to do over"? This is one of the rare times that I would say yes!
Titan TP-Pro Alpine Massage Chair