The New Infinity Iyashi Massage Chair Now Available at Emassagechair.com
September 06, 2013 --
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) September 06, 2013
Infinity Massage Chair mostly known for their 8000 series massage chairs, which is made up of the It-8100, It-8200, and It-8500 massage chairs, and also the manufacturer behind the Full Leather It-9800 Massage Chair, has just announced a new arrival. Staying true to their mission of offering cutting edge massage chairs, they have just released the Infinity Iyashi (ee-yaw-shee). This chair has been in the research and development phase for over a year and will offer users a dynamic and user-friendly experience. This massage chair also offers some industry first components and functions that havent been seen before with other massage chairs.
This Infinity Iyashi chair was designed and tested overseas in Asia where massage chairs are far more popular. In some cities almost every home has a Massage Chair, almost as commonplace as a Television or a Microwave in other countries like the U.S. The feedback from customers and users of the chair in Asian countries is a great barometer and litmus test on how it might do in other markets. To say the least, it ranked very high in these areas among massage chair enthusiasts. As Infinity introduces the Iyashi to US consumers, they are hoping for the same wide adoption and excitement.
Digging in deeper things start to stand apart with this chair than with other massage chairs. The Iyashi has a futuristic and modern design to the exterior and a plush and comfortable interior. Massage chairs in general will use Synthetic materials instead of Leather because it holds up better over time as the chair moves and heats, and experiences different users. The upholstery is designed to be soft and comfortable and still hold the same integrity that is found in furniture made with Leather. So far feedback has still been very positive on the look and comfort of the chair.
One of the major breakthrough technologies on the Iyashi is the 49-inch massage roller. On average most massage chairs have a roller that is roughly 28 31 inches long. This can accommodate a person 5 foot to 6 foot and a few inches. The 49-inch roller is unique because it can massage taller people, 411 to 64, and is able to reach underneath the buttocks and thighs of someone sitting in the chair. The seat area for most chairs has primarily been fixed with airbags that offer compression therapy to those areas. The Iyashi combines both airbags and now a deep tissue massage roller. When the chair enters a Zero Gravity recline it helps enhance this long reach covering the whole back and half of the back of the legs during any program. This is a first for massage chairs.
The Iyashi also has a space saving feature that allows it to be in smaller spaces, this is commonly known in furniture circles as wall hugger. The way this works is very simple the chair slides forward on its base as it reclines, sliding forward and reclining at the same time. The chair is also very easy to use with a simplistic remote that allows for multiple levels of customization during massage.
Another big feature is on the usability side. The Iyashi is Bluetooth compatible allowing users to play music through the speakers near the headrest with a Bluetooth enabled device, like their phones. For the tech savvy consumer, Infinity also released an Android Application that people can download to control the chair. An Apple app is also being released so people can control the chair through their iPhone. For people who have used any electronic, it can be overwhelming. Having too many buttons, with multiple functions, it can be a challenge trying to figure out how to use a chair and what it can be capable. Infinity seems to be approaching this challenge by making the controls familiar through an Android and iPhone app, and simplistic through the remote.
This is a very exciting time for people wanting to bring massage therapy into their every day lives by purchasing a massage chair. Massage Chair technology is at the crossroads of specialization and creating the best massage experience. The Iyashi is also competitively priced at $5495. Compared to other outdated massage chairs at a similar price, this is a great price for cutting edge massage technology.
If readers are interested in learning more, Emassagechair.com has released several videos on the Infinity Iyashi prototype model that have been made publicly available on the Emassagechair.com YouTube Channel. People interested in the Infinity Iyashi can also stay up to date on this chair and many others through the Emassagechair.com Massage Chair Blog.
Emassagechair.com welcomes any questions about massage chairs, and visitors can call them at 888.360.9996. You can also email Emassagechair.com with questions to support(at)emassagechair(dot)com.
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