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Titan TP- Pro Alpine

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TP- Pro Alpine Specifications

Dim xl
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51"
32"
the tp- pro alpine  weighs 280 pounds

280

remote control included

Editorial Review

Titan makes some inexpensive massage chairs, like the Titan Pro Alpha and the Titan TI-7700. This isn't one of them. The Titan TP- Pro Alpine is a premium chair at a premium price. There are more expensive massage chairs on the market -- see, for instance, the Inada Dreamwave -- but not many of them. So if you're willing to max out your credit account to get this rapidly rolling rocking chair, what can you expect for your money? For one, the Alpine has an unusually long massage roller track, one that extends not just to the base of your spine or down to your buttocks, but all the way to the upper part of your hamstrings. It has shoulder airbags that are powerful enough to rotate your entire body. It's long enough to handle users up to six foot five inches tall, so even some shorter professional basketball players may find the Alpine useful. If you find it isn't long enough for you the first time you sit down, just push your feet against the footrest and it will stretch out to accommodate your lengthiness.

To handle the parts of your body that aren't within reach of the rollers, there are also airbags for your calves and feet. That extensible footrest also contains foot rollers, to rub away the calluses you're starting to build up from walking too much around shopping centers or office buildings. The remote control stands in a pouch at the end of one of the armrests, conveniently located so that it's just past the tip of your right hand. One of the things the remote can do is turn on a 15-minute stretch program that may leave you taller when you stand up than you were when you sat down.

Sound like this chair is worth your money? If not, look at the similar Infinity Iyashi. Or just go for something less expensive, like the Osaki OS-2000 or the ultra-cheap Human Touch iJoy Active 2.0.

Titan TP- Pro Alpine | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 5

TP- Pro Alpine Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

This chair is nothing short of incredible. I work a high stressed job I have significant pain on my hamstrings so I needed a chair that had rollers underneath the chair.

Tom's Guide
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Inclination

It gives a nice deep massage. Now that I have this in the living room I suddenly have so many guests coming by to “visit.” Coincidence?

Tom's Guide
massagechairdeals.com
Inclination

All I have to say is wow! There are only a few chairs out that have L track systems. I had to get it. I was looking at 3D chairs, but now I am happy with my choice.

Tom's Guide
titanchair.com
Inclination

The massage is deep and able to go underneath your glutes, which is very relieving. It only took one 20 min massage to put me to sleep. Feeling very happy and relieved.

Tom's Guide
emassagechair.com
Inclination

It just seems to give a more nuanced, varied massage more human-like. We're happy with the purchase. The fantastic massage this chair gives far outweighs the stupid remote.

Tom's Guide
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