$2,399.99 was $3,999.00
Osaki OS-3700 Massage Chair (Open Box Special)
was $1,995.00 $1,799.99
Osaki OS-3700 Massage Chair
Osaki presents their newest industrial design with the OS-3700. In this new chair the armrest has designed so that it can move backwards and forwards up to about 4 inches for better position of arm massage. Paired with a next generation air massage technology this is a chair that you will not want to miss out on. The ability to move with the recline of the chair is a feature that is not seen very often.
Osaki OS-3700 Features
L-Track Massage System
Having a full body massage will create the ultimate in relaxation. The OS-3700 is going to try and hit as many trouble areas as it can reach. Especially focusing on the lumbar area. This position increases the effects of massage as it enables each disc of our spine to individually separate and decompress, allowing nutrients to enter disc tissue. This is an especially important feature for people who suffer from lower back problems.
Quad Massage Roller Head Mechanism
The Osaki OS-3700 massage chair uses a quad-roller head massage mechanism that is capable of mimicking the motions of a human hand so your massage feels much more realistic. This type of massage roller is especially adept in the shoulders and neck area.
In addition to full control over the recline of the backrest and footrest, you are given a one-touch relax position. This position reclines you back to a nearly flat position so you get the maximum benefits of the massage.
Most massage chairs include an armrest massage option, but do not make it a large focal point of the entire massage. The OS-3700 has redesigned the armrest so that it can enhance your massage instead of being a subtle part of it. With the ability to move the armrest backwards and forwards up to 4 inches, it will now be more accommodating to movement throughout the massage or varying body shapes and sizes.
Foot Sole Roller Massage
The bottom of the feet will experience a single row of spinning reflexology massagers. They provide a soothing and kneading style pressure. The airbags inflating will create a deeper massage while the rollers are spinning to stimulate acupuncture points in the bottoms of your feet.
Lumbar Heat Therapy
2 heating pads on each side of the lumbar area create heat therapy that is a great compliment to the roller and airbag system.
A hi-frequency vibration massage plate has been added to the back portion of the upper legs. The vibration is soothing and effective in enhancing the overall massage experience.
There are 5 levels of intensity and 5 different speeds of the massage heads. These can all be controlled by using the “intensity” and “strength” buttons on the remote.
The Oaski OS-3700 boasts an easy to use and visually appealing remote. This allows you to control many aspects of your massage from intensity, strength, program and speed.
Full Body Airbag Massage
Next generation technology is used in the OS-3700. The airbag massagers have been re-engineered and upgraded. The total number of airbags has been reduced as well as the valves. But, you will not be losing out on airbag massage as the surface coverage has actually increased. Using less power the system is now able to run more quietly, creating a tranquil experience. The airbag material has also been upgrade to a soft, pliable material to increase durability while providing comfort and consistency.
Foot and Calf Massage
Multiple air bags along the sides and back of the legs and feet inflate to apply a compression massage. Located along the bottom foot massager are 2 pressure point nodes. When the air bags inflate, the foot and calves are firmly pressed down on the pressure points for an invigorating massage. The experience simulates a massage therapist pressing down with their thumbs and giving you an invigorating massage.
Shoulder Airbag Massage
Airbags positioned on both sides of the chair inflate pushing your shoulders inwards and back, pinning them to the backrest. The result is stretching of the shoulder region, where a lot of tension is carried.
- Deep Tissue
- Body Stretch
- Full Air
- Calves Air
- Arms Air