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Human Touch AcuTouch 6.0

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AcuTouch 6.0 Specifications

Dimensions
29" x 19" x 45"
the acutouch 6.0 weighs 169 pounds

169

maximum carrying weight

285

remote control included
Upc n
045915  822019

Editorial Review

You know that a massage chair understands a thing or two about the human body when one of the colors it comes in is Bone. Of course, one of the important things about the Human Touch AcuTouch 6.0 Smart 3D massage is that it will analyze the depth of your flesh so that it won't accidentally poke you in your bones, but will come about as close as it can through the flesh that surrounds them. It measures the depth of that flesh with a 3D scan, tunes its massage pressure accordingly and starts prodding you with its "air cells" (which one assumes are the same thing as airbags) and probing instruments designed to emulate the feel of real human fingers. The AcuTouch also has a retractable foot-and-calf massager that can be rotated to look like an ordinary ottoman, in case you have neighbors over and for some reason don't want them to know that it's a massage chair.

You can set the shoulder height and width of the chair to match the proportions of your body, so that those air cells can precisely target the chair's "cloud massage," as AcuTouch calls it. The LCD controls allow you to set a number of specially targeted massage routines, like Shoulder Stretch, 3D Stretch and Low-Back Flex, so you can have the chair work on the parts of your body that are actually bothering you in addition to getting a general purpose stretch and airbag massage. And all of these routines can be set to three different intensities, so that you can decide just how much therapeutic massaging your body can stand. The arm massage well, much like the foot-massager/ottoman, can be tucked away to look like an ordinary arm rest, making this perhaps the market's first camouflage massage chair.

The price of the Human Touch AcuTouch 6.0 is in the low upper range of massage chair prices, so if you don't want to spend that much (or somehow convince your insurance company that you need it for therapeutic reasons), you might want to look at less expensive chairs like the Kahuna LM7000, the Osaki OS-7200H or the Human Touch WholeBody HT-3300.

Human Touch AcuTouch 6.0 | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 4

AcuTouch 6.0 Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

It's a heavenly chair! You can choose neck, shoulders, back, lower back, thighs, ankles and feet. Pregnant and in love with this chair!

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

For the money, I want a good chair that keeps working and doesn't need a shoe horn to get in and out of. In short, I regret the purchase.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com