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Written on April 24, 2017   By   in Technology

A Review of the Human Touch HT 125 Massage Chair.

Among the most used models of the Human Touch robotic massage chair is the HT 125. It is undoubtedly fashionable, has shiatsu massage as wells as full body stretch and comes with foot and calf massager and it could provide a pretty decent massage. But, with its price tag of over $2,000, there are one or two attributes it lacks. The Human Touch 125 seat looks very stylish as is definitely among the very best appearing chairs in the marketplace. What’s nice is that it seems kind of like a standard item of furniture and would look excellent in many homes and offices – the HT125 definitely does not have the ‘dentist’s chair’ look that many other brands of seats have. It also comes upholstered in leather and leather match in Black, Cashew or Red. It sells for around $2,300 and has many features you’d expect at this cost; power-recline, 170 degree recline and massage functions of Rolling, Kneading, Compression and Percussion that offer a pretty good shiatsu massage. Another really nice feature is the Complete Body Extend – it locks your ankles and after that completely reclines, to extend your back while administering a mild massage to the lower back – this is certainly one of my personal favorite routines and that I’m always happy to see it as a characteristic on a robotic massage chair. The HT125 chair is in direct rivalry when it comes to design, features and pricing with all the Sanyo HEC-SR1000K Massage Seat. When comparing the two, the Human Touch chair fairs well in some areas while not so good in others. What I prefer about the HT 125 over the Sanyo massage chair is the foot massager. Both have a massager that must be manually transferred to either the calf or foot – HEC SR1000K may also be transferred to massage behind the knees as well as the Achilles tendons – yet, the massager on the HT is quite a bit better.

The massager also can grasp your ankles so that you receive a full body stretch (as mentioned previously) but the Sanyo does not have this skill, so there is no total body stretch accessible. Though not the main point, I also favor the general look of the HT. Both seats offer pretty much the exact same massage styles and speed however in regards to massage software, Sanyo offers more. You get 7 automatic lessons compared to 3 of the HT.

The Sanyo also offers 11 manual classes. But where the Sanyo really outdoes the HT, is its use of cutting edge technology that gives the chair a Physical Contour Detection Sensor and Stiffness Detection Sensor. The first mechanically corrects the massage heads to the design of your back, while the second uses pulse and perspiration to target particular regions of stiffness having an exclusive massage application for every single individual according to physical mixtures and stiffness. The greatest the HT can offer would be to let you manually alter the place of the rollers. In summary the HT 125 is a good robotic massage chair from Human Touch; it seems amazing, offers adequate shiatsu, full body stretch and an okay foot massage. But it does lack some of the more advanced technology that is increasingly being to put to use in other chairs.What I Can Teach You About Services

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