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Ogawa Active Supertrac vs Titan Pro Executive

Ogawa Active Supertrac vs Titan Pro Executive

*Please note that the Ogawa Active Supertrac Massage Chair has been discontinued! Visit here for more Titan Branded Massage Chairs!


The Ogawa Active and the Titan Pro Executive have their fair share of similarities and differences. In this comparison we will cover the different aspects of each chair. We hope to make your massage chair buying experience as easy as possible.


Both chairs feature zero gravity, heat, body scanning, stretching options and body compressing airbag systems. They also both feature multiple levels of speed and intensity adjustment. Both chairs have features in the footrest to accommodate many different heights.

Massage Track

Ogawa has managed to take the best aspects of both the L-track and the S-track and combine them into one 43” Supertrac. The result is a massage that will run from your neck all the way down to your upper thigh. The uniform pressure is provided throughout the length of the track. The Executive features a 32” S-Track that will still massage from your neck to your hips. An S-track follows the curvature of the human spine.

Air Compression Massage

61 Airbags are used in the Executive to create a compression massage system all over the chair. The Executive utilizes the airbags to create twisting features that feel like a body stretch. The Active has 56 airbags that can be found in the shoulder, arms, hands, legs and feet. The numbers are vastly different in the airbag count on these two chairs, but the size of the airbags is what plays a part. The total body coverage of each chair is fairly similar.


The Executive use a comprehensive remote to show you exactly what the massage chair is doing on the large VFD panel. The different sections are intuitively laid out and color coded. This remote is mounted on a stand that rotates and moves to make it easier for you to make your adjustments. The remote on the Ogawa Active is designed to fit easily and comfortable in your.hand. The LCD displays are easy to view things, such as where the massage rollers are located in their cycle, which airbags are currently in use, and what programs are being used. There is a clear size difference between these two remotes.

Foot Massager

The Active utilizes reflexology rollers that knead the bottoms of your feet, while air compression massage squeezes your calf. The Titan Pro Executive massage chair has been outfitted with one of the most comprehensive foot massagers. Three rows of massage rollers work to target acupoints throughout your foot to provide reflexology benefits, and to maximize relief. This has been referred to as 3D foot massage since the rollers hit the back, sole, and top of your foot.

Color Options

The Titan Pro Executive comes in three color options of black, brown and beige. The Ogawa Active comes in 4 different color options that fall into a very neutral category. The colors are black, cherry, chocolate and graphite.

Comparison Chart

  Titan Pro Executive Ogawa Active SuperTrac
Price $3,995 $4,499
Warranty 3 Yr Limited 3 Yr Limited
Price After Coupon $2,995 n/a
Rec. User Height 5'0"- 6'4" 5'2" - 6'4"
Rec Max User Weight 285 lbs 300 lbs
Mini-Remote No No
Track Type/Length S-Track - 32" SL-Track - 43"
Roller Type 2D 3D
Zero Gravity 3 Stage 2 Stage
Heat Lumbar Lumbar
Foot Massage Rollers Yes Yes
Upholstery Synthetic Leather Synthetic Leather
# of Airbags 61 56
# of Auto Programs 6 9

Both chairs are going to give you a really good massage. The Executive has a few more features than the Active, while the active seems to be a bit more technologically advanced. In this comparison we focused on the features that are unique to the individual chair and similar between the two chairs.

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