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Osaki OS-3D Pro Cyber

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OS-3D Pro Cyber Specifications

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57.1"
51.2"
the os-3d pro cyber weighs 286.6 pounds

286.6

remote control included
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820103  743075

Editorial Review

When headed to the comfort zone, one’s method of conveyance is undoubtedly the essential component. As a location understandably much prized and coveted, one does not enter the comfort zone on the back of a burro or lashed to a timber. To show up thus outfitted can only assure refused admittance at the door and diminished comfort potential down the road. While automated massage chairs are a far cry from either example, some of them still pose a psychological impediment to certain users upon consideration of their particular majesty. They offer scant virtue if people are afraid to sit in them.

Not that they necessarily would be. But some of these massage chairs appear so futuristic and high tech that it seems some sort of certification would be required to operate them. The Infinity Iyashi is a bit like the home version of Total Recall and looks as if it could send one on an interplanetary voyage, if only in the mind. The Inada Sogno HCP-10001 appears as something one would clamber into in order to operate some hydraulic steel behemoth in a James Cameron film. The Osaki OS-3D Pro Cyber joins the ranks of seating for the adventurous.

Out of the gate, the name doesn’t evoke relaxation – Osaki OS-3D Pro Cyber – and certainly not when held up to the Infinity Iyashi, or especially the Infinity Escape. Massage should look and sound inviting. Alas, the OS-3D Pro Cyber adds bright red to its upholstery scheme, which for many doesn’t scream comfort. Once past the introduction, what lies in store? The user for one thing, at zero-G, the optimal position for maximized massaging goodness. Offering 6 styles of massage, the user can find the setting that best suits their body shape and need. With body and leg scanning, the OS-3D Pro Cyber has rollers for a relaxing foot massage. Airbags around the hips and waist expand and compress while soft-air stimulation stretches the thigh muscles. You can even enjoy music through the built-in MP3 connection.

Osaki OS-3D Pro Cyber | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 5

OS-3D Pro Cyber Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

This is our first massage chair, we love the styling, the led light on the side, mechanical system is very quite and gentle. I can tell you that so far so good.

Tom's Guide
costco.com
Inclination

It is strong, which is good... This chair has a large variety of adjustments. A great selection of massage types, points and intensity. Seems very well made. Nice and quiet.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

I recently purchased this massage chair and it is amazing! I love how the massage chair is ideal for all body types and preferences but this chair is certainly delightful.

Tom's Guide
costco.com
Inclination

With the quality of this machine and it feels super sturdy and looks great... It's always nice to have this, especially with something with so many parts moving to it.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

I buy this chair for my wife. She is a little too short for the chair since the shoulder airbag hit her head. But we keep anyways because Osaki product is very good products.

Tom's Guide
overstock.com
Inclination

I love how the massage chair is ideal for all body and preferences. It’s a very comfortable chair, and the control panel is very simple and easy to use.

Tom's Guide
massagechairdeals.com
Inclination

Needs to be improved is a backlight for the keypad. It is really annoying when you are in the dark and can’t see the buttons, just have to remember to leave a lamp on.

Tom's Guide
massagechairdeals.com