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OS-7200H Specifications

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58.3"
48"
the os-7200h weighs 231 pounds

231

remote control included

Editorial Review

If you've been wanting an Osaki massage chair, now might be the time to buy, because the Osaki OS-7200H has dropped to half its original price, probably even less if you buy it used. This doesn't mean it's cheap, probably not even used, but it's a high-end massage chair that's being superseded by newer models yet still has all or most of the features you want in a massage chair. The list of features is as long as that grocery list you've been compiling for the shopping trip you've put off since last weekend. It even has chromatherapy, though that just means that glowing LCD lights on the sides of the chair light up your dimly lit room in glowing colors that soothe your brain while the chair handles all your other muscles.

Starting at the head, there's a pillow that can be flipped up to allow the rollers to run all the way up your back while air hoses squeeze the sides of your neck. It will recline into two different zero-gravity positions, easing the pressure on your spine and evening out the weight across your body. The footrest adjusts to accommodate your height and the chair will scan your legs to determine just how far down they go. The remote, on a swiveling stand, has an outlet where you can plug in your MP3 device and there are speakers next to your head for the sound, assuming you wouldn't prefer to use headphones that might get in the way of that neck massage. The massage can be timed anywhere from five to 30 minutes and, if you should happen to nod off from the excess of relaxation, it won't wake you up with any beeps or sudden returns to upright position. (The chair won't sit you back up until you turn off the power button, so if you should pass away from muscle-rubbing bliss, you'll be in a perfect position for the EMTs to carry you off.)

If this chair is still too expensive for you, try shopping at a different end of the market. The Human Touch iJoy Active 2.0 and the Real Relax Favor-01 are about as inexpensive as massage chairs get.

Osaki OS-7200H | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 5

OS-7200H Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

Every member of the family uses the chair twice a week. Best chair we've owned! When friends and family come over, they all give a try, chair helps them feel refreshed.

Tom's Guide
emassagechair.com
Inclination

Loved the chair but not the price. I couldn't believe how much better the chair was and how much I saved. I am proud of myself and the product I bought.

Tom's Guide
overstock.com
Inclination

It definitely helps with the circulation of my legs and the lower back... I would definitely recommend this to a friend. I think that we all would be happier people.

Tom's Guide
overstock.com
Inclination

It's a great chair. Very relaxing but also works your back very well. There are various settings for intensity and style of massage. I'd recommend this to anyone!

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

I will say the chair meets my needs. However I'm disappointed with a couple items. The neck and upper shoulder areas are missing what the rest of the chair offers.

Tom's Guide
massagechairstore.com
Inclination

The chair is great. Massage is excellent for the one time I used it. Just not happy about it breaking so soon. Was expecting to have problem maybe a few years down.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

I use it multiple times a day. The deep massages are excellent! We fight over who gets to use the chair. This has to be one of the best purchases that I have ever made!

Tom's Guide
emassagechair.com