You can't walk
into a department store or an "expensive electronics gadget
store" anymore without tripping over a massage chair.
Everybody's selling them.
But the company
that deserves credit for these is Inada of Japan. The
i.1.alpha.A represents the culmination of refining the massage
chair concept since 1971, when Inada's first model came out.
When you start
the massage chair, it "scans" your body by running rollers up
and down your back. This determines where acupressure points
are for you. Everybody's body will be different, so the chair
needs to figure this out for your unique body structure.
A lot of chairs
feel like they're are doing something, but you're not quite
sure if you like it. The Inada is much more refined. It seems
to gradually loosen your muscles up, then progressively use
more sophisticated motion to really work those muscles. About
fifteen minutes into the massage, you really do feel a lot
better. And it's all done without any uncomfortable motions.
Please note: the
i.1.alpha.A is available with a synthetic leather upholstery.
Other models from Inada use real leather, so please be sure to
get the i.1.alpha.A and avoid leather.
You can get a free DVD to learn more about Inada's
chairs at their website.