What are you looking for in a massage chair? A reasonable price? A back and shoulder rub? An arm massage? A tight squeeze on your feet? Heat in your lumbar region? The Titan TI-7700 offers all this and more. And the price really is reasonable, at least when taken in the larger context of massage chair prices in general. If you want to shoot the moon and get the ultimate massage, you can always get an Inada Dreamwave, but you might have to sell your children into indentured servitude to afford it. The Titan will give you a lot more bang per muscle-rubbing buck.
That bang includes a zero-gravity position, so your spine won't be taking any more weight than the rest of your body; the aforementioned lumbar heater, which will loosen up your muscles to make the automated gadgetry feel like real human fingers; a full-body airbag massage; and a foot massager. There's a remote control so that you can choose between six different massage types: kneading, kneading and tapping, tapping, shiatsu, palm and punching. Or you can use one of the already programmed presets for combos of those massages, which Titan calls comfort, stretch, healthcare, relax and full air. The intensity of the airbags can be set to five different levels, so that you can choose just how tightly you want your tired flesh to be squeezed. And it's safe to clean the unit with a damp cloth after use to remove any leftover sweat or skin that got rubbed away from your body in the process.
Massage chairs, bought new, come in the full gamut of prices, from the three figure range to the five figure range. (See the above-mentioned Dreamwave for the latter.) If you really want to be thrifty with your robotic backrubs, you can go all the way down to the low-end with the Human Touch iJoy 2.0 or a Brookstone ReAct, which will at least take care of your major dorsal regions. Or you can soar up into the heights (if not as high as the Dreamwave) with the Adako Zenith, where the name comes close to describing the price point.
The squeezing action on the feet, legs and forearms is really nice, and adjustable for strength and intensity. The chair will recline you all the way.
Awesome massage. Gives the perfect intensity. I have had it for awhile now and did not get any issues. I will recommend this chair!
My friend came over and tried the chair. She went and purchased one herself. It has full body massage, zero gravity, everything that I wanted.
I'm very disappointed when I sat there for 15 minutes, it is just air bag squeezes your body,. Anyway, it is very bad experience to buy this chair.