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BestMassage BM-EC161 Zero Gravity Massage Chair Recliner Heat Long Rail L-Track + $75 eBucks (YMMV). $751 @ eBay. $675.9

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xpectmoreforless via eBay [ebay.com] has BestMassage Full Body Zero Gravity Shiatsu Massage Chair Recliner w/ Heat, Advanced Long Rail L-Track, and Rolling Foot Massage (BM-EC161) for $750.99. Additionally, earn $75.10 in eBay Bucks [ebay.com] in App, 8% on the website - YMMV.

Final price including the 10% eBay Bucks return via App purchase is $675.90. No tax in most states and free shipping.

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Amazon [amazon.com] price: $929

Rakuten [rakuten.com] price: $899



"Features include: L shape super long massage track to guide massage rollers moving from the neck to thigh, zero-gravity experience, heat, roller scraping for the whole foot, and multiple massage methods simulating human massage. -qwikwit"

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Doesn't appear to include eBay bucks.
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Looks like ebay bucks does not apply to everyone.
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Does anyone have this? Is it worth buying? I don't care about the eBay bucks.
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Does anyone have this? Is it worth buying? I don't care about the eBay bucks.
I brought it a few weeks ago with the 20% coupon ($100 discount). I also got $7.51 ebay cash back, and 5% off by using my Chase Freedom credit card through Paypal.

Anyway, I thought it was worth buying. It is not perfect, but I really like it. Some thoughts. Let me know if you have any questions...

0. The biggest reason I brought this is because this has a true knead/knocking function along the entire spine. This is worth the money over lesser models that simply have air bladders or vibrating or heating elements.
1. The box is huge. I think it measures 31" wide, and it barely fit through my fairly standard ~33" wide doorway. If you remove the box, the chair will fit easier. It is a 2-person moving job for sure. I believe it was somewhere between 250 to 275 Lbs! There are 2 parts to the chair. Generic power cable, remove, manual.
2. The part where your leg/foot goes is 1 section. The rest of the chair is 1 piece. Contrary to other models, the arms are fixed and attached already. The only assembly is plugging in an electric cable and 3 air tubes (clearly labeled). Then snapping the leg section onto the chair. Takes about 1 minute to do this. (Most of that time is figuring out how to remove the steel clips...
3. The manual is almost completely useless in terms of working the buttons. You are better off figuring it out by trial and error. Its fairly intuitive to me.
4. I'm not tall (5'8"), and the full range of the knealing/knocking massager part runs from the bottom of my skull all the way to the middle of my butt. It is fairly powerful. I'm not fat nor skinny. :-) The foot roller at the highest setting was marginally painful to me, but maybe I'm just not used to getting massaged on that part of my body.
5. The "zero gravity" feature was probably my biggest disappointment. The chair simply rotated/lean back from about 80 degrees horizontal to about 30 degrees horizontal. The back/seat angle stayed constant. I.e. the chair did not turn into a bed by any measurement. it was still nice, but I'm not "laying down".
6. The various programs (extend, relax, recovery, etc.) are just random programs that is a nice demonstration. I just ended up using knock+knead in a region.
7. The air bladder is fairly strong. The heat works, but since it is already very warm in Michigan, I only made sure it work. This feature may be more comfortable in the winter.
8. The chair is very quiet! There are some squealing of the fake leather during some massage movement due to friction, but the motor for the massage, the leaning back of the chair, the air bladder, and the foot rollers weren't very loud. I was able to watch TV without needing to increase volume.
9. Delivery was by freight. For my shipment, a local freight company (R&J in Detroit) was identified in the receipt and I found their phone number by google and with the tracking number, was able to request they call me before they attempt delivery. Due to my fault, they weren't able to reach me by phone, so they left a tag. I called them and the next day, they called me ~30 minutes before arrival and delivery was smooth. There was only 1 guy, so there was no way he could've moved the chair into my home. He was only able to use his fork lift to drop the wooden skid onto my front door area. YMMV for other areas.

Overall, I'm pretty happy. Based on reviews, I believe there is essentially no warranty, and no guarantee. If you get a dud, the seller may send you some parts for you to try to fix, but don't expect any support or refund if a problem arise. Fingers crossed on durability of this chair...
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I brought it a few weeks ago with the 20% coupon ($100 discount). I also got $7.51 ebay cash back, and 5% off by using my Chase Freedom credit card through Paypal.

Anyway, I thought it was worth buying. It is not perfect, but I really like it. Some thoughts. Let me know if you have any questions...

0. The biggest reason I brought this is because this has a true knead/knocking function along the entire spine. This is worth the money over lesser models that simply have air bladders or vibrating or heating elements.
1. The box is huge. I think it measures 31" wide, and it barely fit through my fairly standard ~33" wide doorway. If you remove the box, the chair will fit easier. It is a 2-person moving job for sure. I believe it was somewhere between 250 to 275 Lbs! There are 2 parts to the chair. Generic power cable, remove, manual.
2. The part where your leg/foot goes is 1 section. The rest of the chair is 1 piece. Contrary to other models, the arms are fixed and attached already. The only assembly is plugging in an electric cable and 3 air tubes (clearly labeled). Then snapping the leg section onto the chair. Takes about 1 minute to do this. (Most of that time is figuring out how to remove the steel clips...
3. The manual is almost completely useless in terms of working the buttons. You are better off figuring it out by trial and error. Its fairly intuitive to me.
4. I'm not tall (5'8"), and the full range of the knealing/knocking massager part runs from the bottom of my skull all the way to the middle of my butt. It is fairly powerful. I'm not fat nor skinny. :-) The foot roller at the highest setting was marginally painful to me, but maybe I'm just not used to getting massaged on that part of my body.
5. The "zero gravity" feature was probably my biggest disappointment. The chair simply rotated/lean back from about 80 degrees horizontal to about 30 degrees horizontal. The back/seat angle stayed constant. I.e. the chair did not turn into a bed by any measurement. it was still nice, but I'm not "laying down".
6. The various programs (extend, relax, recovery, etc.) are just random programs that is a nice demonstration. I just ended up using knock+knead in a region.
7. The air bladder is fairly strong. The heat works, but since it is already very warm in Michigan, I only made sure it work. This feature may be more comfortable in the winter.
8. The chair is very quiet! There are some squealing of the fake leather during some massage movement due to friction, but the motor for the massage, the leaning back of the chair, the air bladder, and the foot rollers weren't very loud. I was able to watch TV without needing to increase volume.
9. Delivery was by freight. For my shipment, a local freight company (R&J in Detroit) was identified in the receipt and I found their phone number by google and with the tracking number, was able to request they call me before they attempt delivery. Due to my fault, they weren't able to reach me by phone, so they left a tag. I called them and the next day, they called me ~30 minutes before arrival and delivery was smooth. There was only 1 guy, so there was no way he could've moved the chair into my home. He was only able to use his fork lift to drop the wooden skid onto my front door area. YMMV for other areas.

Overall, I'm pretty happy. Based on reviews, I believe there is essentially no warranty, and no guarantee. If you get a dud, the seller may send you some parts for you to try to fix, but don't expect any support or refund if a problem arise. Fingers crossed on durability of this chair...
Thank you so much for your detailed response.
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Thank you so much for your detailed response.
No problem. Additional thoughts: :-)

10. My 6' tall friend that helped me move the chair fit very snuggly. He weights probably 250Lbs or more... He fits snuggly into the chair. The reach of the kneading/rollers ran from his neck to his butt. My guess is that this chair is ok for people up to 6'4 or so. You just have to slide up or down to accommodate the massager... The butt area transition is quite gradual (not a sharp L shape), so you can slide up/down quite a bit...
11. Regarding height - the leg section is spring loaded extendable to accomodate long legs, but is limited when the chair is upright. When in "zero-gravity" reclined mode, you can extend the leg region at least another 4-6 inches. My inseam is ~31" and my legs stick out a little when sitting upright. So If I want my legs to fully fit inside the air bladders, then I have to go into "zero-gravity mode" and plus down about an inch or 2...
12. There are quite a few internet and youtube reviews. Check them out before ordering.
13. The price is fairly stable around $750 to $800 on ebay, so wait for a coupon/ebay cash deal... The same seller also sell on newegg, amazon, walmart, and Rakuten. They've been selling this brand of massage chairs for at least 2-3 years. You may gain advantage buying from one of these other sellers, but as far as I can tell, cheapest is from Ebay during promotion...My effective out-the-door price was $750 - $100 (ebay coupon) - $7.51 (ebay bucks) - $32.50 (Chase Paypal 5% promotion) = $610.
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Does your have a slight stutter when working down the lower back. Mine seems to exhibit this issue when the rollers are moving from the center outward.
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Does your have a slight stutter when working down the lower back. Mine seems to exhibit this issue when the rollers are moving from the center outward.
I don't notice it the 2-3 times I had it do a full program. I've focused on the upper back/shoulder area... If you have a repeatable 'stutter' in 1 spot, perhaps there is a kink... if it gets worse, I suggest you open it up and check it out. It doesn't hurt to lube it once in a while either...
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I brought it a few weeks ago with the 20% coupon ($100 discount). I also got $7.51 ebay cash back, and 5% off by using my Chase Freedom credit card through Paypal.

Anyway, I thought it was worth buying. It is not perfect, but I really like it. Some thoughts. Let me know if you have any questions...

0. The biggest reason I brought this is because this has a true knead/knocking function along the entire spine. This is worth the money over lesser models that simply have air bladders or vibrating or heating elements.
1. The box is huge. I think it measures 31" wide, and it barely fit through my fairly standard ~33" wide doorway. If you remove the box, the chair will fit easier. It is a 2-person moving job for sure. I believe it was somewhere between 250 to 275 Lbs! There are 2 parts to the chair. Generic power cable, remove, manual.
2. The part where your leg/foot goes is 1 section. The rest of the chair is 1 piece. Contrary to other models, the arms are fixed and attached already. The only assembly is plugging in an electric cable and 3 air tubes (clearly labeled). Then snapping the leg section onto the chair. Takes about 1 minute to do this. (Most of that time is figuring out how to remove the steel clips...
3. The manual is almost completely useless in terms of working the buttons. You are better off figuring it out by trial and error. Its fairly intuitive to me.
4. I'm not tall (5'8"), and the full range of the knealing/knocking massager part runs from the bottom of my skull all the way to the middle of my butt. It is fairly powerful. I'm not fat nor skinny. :-) The foot roller at the highest setting was marginally painful to me, but maybe I'm just not used to getting massaged on that part of my body.
5. The "zero gravity" feature was probably my biggest disappointment. The chair simply rotated/lean back from about 80 degrees horizontal to about 30 degrees horizontal. The back/seat angle stayed constant. I.e. the chair did not turn into a bed by any measurement. it was still nice, but I'm not "laying down".
6. The various programs (extend, relax, recovery, etc.) are just random programs that is a nice demonstration. I just ended up using knock+knead in a region.
7. The air bladder is fairly strong. The heat works, but since it is already very warm in Michigan, I only made sure it work. This feature may be more comfortable in the winter.
8. The chair is very quiet! There are some squealing of the fake leather during some massage movement due to friction, but the motor for the massage, the leaning back of the chair, the air bladder, and the foot rollers weren't very loud. I was able to watch TV without needing to increase volume.
9. Delivery was by freight. For my shipment, a local freight company (R&J in Detroit) was identified in the receipt and I found their phone number by google and with the tracking number, was able to request they call me before they attempt delivery. Due to my fault, they weren't able to reach me by phone, so they left a tag. I called them and the next day, they called me ~30 minutes before arrival and delivery was smooth. There was only 1 guy, so there was no way he could've moved the chair into my home. He was only able to use his fork lift to drop the wooden skid onto my front door area. YMMV for other areas.

Overall, I'm pretty happy. Based on reviews, I believe there is essentially no warranty, and no guarantee. If you get a dud, the seller may send you some parts for you to try to fix, but don't expect any support or refund if a problem arise. Fingers crossed on durability of this chair...
Is this true L track as they say or just rollers moving around ? Been considering this one for a while now. Thanks
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Is this true L track as they say or just rollers moving around ? Been considering this one for a while now. Thanks
Yes, it has percussion (it physically "hit" you) and knead you quite a long way. I am 5'8" ish and the full length of the track will 'hit' me at the top of the neck all the way to the top half of my butt. I have to adjust my position to avoid getting hit. :-)
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Yes, it has percussion (it physically "hit" you) and knead you quite a long way. I am 5'8" ish and the full length of the track will 'hit' me at the top of the neck all the way to the top half of my butt. I have to adjust my position to avoid getting hit. :-)
Thank you. Appreciate the reply.
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I brought it a few weeks ago with the 20% coupon ($100 discount). I also got $7.51 ebay cash back, and 5% off by using my Chase Freedom credit card through Paypal.

Anyway, I thought it was worth buying. It is not perfect, but I really like it. Some thoughts. Let me know if you have any questions...

0. The biggest reason I brought this is because this has a true knead/knocking function along the entire spine. This is worth the money over lesser models that simply have air bladders or vibrating or heating elements.
1. The box is huge. I think it measures 31" wide, and it barely fit through my fairly standard ~33" wide doorway. If you remove the box, the chair will fit easier. It is a 2-person moving job for sure. I believe it was somewhere between 250 to 275 Lbs! There are 2 parts to the chair. Generic power cable, remove, manual.
2. The part where your leg/foot goes is 1 section. The rest of the chair is 1 piece. Contrary to other models, the arms are fixed and attached already. The only assembly is plugging in an electric cable and 3 air tubes (clearly labeled). Then snapping the leg section onto the chair. Takes about 1 minute to do this. (Most of that time is figuring out how to remove the steel clips...
3. The manual is almost completely useless in terms of working the buttons. You are better off figuring it out by trial and error. Its fairly intuitive to me.
4. I'm not tall (5'8"), and the full range of the knealing/knocking massager part runs from the bottom of my skull all the way to the middle of my butt. It is fairly powerful. I'm not fat nor skinny. :-) The foot roller at the highest setting was marginally painful to me, but maybe I'm just not used to getting massaged on that part of my body.
5. The "zero gravity" feature was probably my biggest disappointment. The chair simply rotated/lean back from about 80 degrees horizontal to about 30 degrees horizontal. The back/seat angle stayed constant. I.e. the chair did not turn into a bed by any measurement. it was still nice, but I'm not "laying down".
6. The various programs (extend, relax, recovery, etc.) are just random programs that is a nice demonstration. I just ended up using knock+knead in a region.
7. The air bladder is fairly strong. The heat works, but since it is already very warm in Michigan, I only made sure it work. This feature may be more comfortable in the winter.
8. The chair is very quiet! There are some squealing of the fake leather during some massage movement due to friction, but the motor for the massage, the leaning back of the chair, the air bladder, and the foot rollers weren't very loud. I was able to watch TV without needing to increase volume.
9. Delivery was by freight. For my shipment, a local freight company (R&J in Detroit) was identified in the receipt and I found their phone number by google and with the tracking number, was able to request they call me before they attempt delivery. Due to my fault, they weren't able to reach me by phone, so they left a tag. I called them and the next day, they called me ~30 minutes before arrival and delivery was smooth. There was only 1 guy, so there was no way he could've moved the chair into my home. He was only able to use his fork lift to drop the wooden skid onto my front door area. YMMV for other areas.

Overall, I'm pretty happy. Based on reviews, I believe there is essentially no warranty, and no guarantee. If you get a dud, the seller may send you some parts for you to try to fix, but don't expect any support or refund if a problem arise. Fingers crossed on durability of this chair...
I have no interest in this item but your response was very detailed and informative... awesome!
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I have had this chair for close to 3 years and love it. No issues. Heat works great, L rail great for glute massage. Real rollers for shiatsu, kneading and tapping. For under $700 it's a steal.

It has rollers on one side so it can be moved by one semi strong person - my wife got it into the house when it was delivered.
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So did you guys buy additional square trade warranty that is being offered with this chair on ebay? That'a another $80-90, I dont mind spending another $100 if square trade can fix issues if needed. I know usually they are very good, but in case of massage chair I am not sure nod

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I have had this chair for close to 3 years and love it. No issues. Heat works great, L rail great for glute massage. Real rollers for shiatsu, kneading and tapping. For under $700 it's a steal.

It has rollers on one side so it can be moved by one semi strong person - my wife got it into the house when it was delivered.
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Yes, it has percussion (it physically "hit" you) and knead you quite a long way. I am 5'8" ish and the full length of the track will 'hit' me at the top of the neck all the way to the top half of my butt. I have to adjust my position to avoid getting hit. :-)
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