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Titan Osaki OS-Aster Reclining Massage Chair (Various Colors) EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Titan Osaki OS-Aster Reclining Massage Chair (Various Colors) on sale for $1449. Shipping is free. Thanks rsvpd

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Titan Osaki OS-Aster Reclining Massage Chair for $1449 w/ free shipping.
  • Black
  • Brown
  • Gray OOS
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  • Features 5 massage styles with manual adjustment
  • 6 automated massage programs
  • Extendable footrest with integrated foot rollers
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Been thinking of grabbing a few of these and charging $20 or so for 30-40 minutes in a storefront type scenario. Just a place you can get a Covid free massage without breaking the bank. I know most people don't want to spend this much on a chair or even have space for such a thing! Any DECENT feedback would be welcome on the idea!
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similarly featured chair can be found on Amazon for $800
last time these HD chair thread popped up, i posted the link to it ...... and shortly afterwards my post was deleted

SD is obviously getting a kickback shilling these deals...

this site is going to shitts slowly

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probably not something you want to use unless you want the umbilical cord tearing.
wth 😂
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Anyone who does not want to spend over 1000..this works great for me and is really portable to move from chair to chair....Got mine on Ebay like new for $80 and have been using it for years...they make lots of different models...I have tried several massage chairs like the one listed at HD, but in some ways I prefer mine more

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Homedi...H/39073396

Here is a newer model that is in stock at Amazon https://www.amazon.com/HoMedics-V...B07MY2WZDY
Thanks for sharing.
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One of my biggest issues with massage chairs is that I often feel like the S / L track doesn't conform to my back and often feels like it skips portions of my back. I've only experienced one chair from Daiwa that blew me away. In the reclined position it felt like a giant roller was straddling both sides of my spine and really worked well. We're any of the chairs you tried like this?

I used to work for a massage chair showroom, so I have sat on many of them. Most the high end ones measure your back and adjust how far the roller stick out(3D or 4D), while cheaper one just use springs and rollers. (2D) That is why you feel that missing portion of your back.

Fujiiryoki, the company that invented massage chair, and Daito are both great high end chairs from Japan especially you like deep strong massage. Panasonic is pretty good too, but less "pointy". Many chairs on slickdeals, including some of the japanese named brand are Chinese knock offs of the more famous Japanese brands. They usually have some shortcuts, but they are pretty good value. If you do some research, you can sometimes find out what model of chair they reference from.
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This is a great massage chair,
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I used to work for a massage chair showroom, so I have sat on many of them. Most the high end ones measure your back and adjust how far the roller stick out(3D or 4D), while cheaper one just use springs and rollers. (2D) That is why you feel that missing portion of your back.

Fujiiryoki, the company that invented massage chair, and Daito are both great high end chairs from Japan especially you like deep strong massage. Panasonic is pretty good too, but less "pointy". Many chairs on slickdeals, including some of the japanese named brand are Chinese knock offs of the more famous Japanese brands. They usually have some shortcuts, but they are pretty good value. If you do some research, you can sometimes find out what model of chair they reference from.
great feedback and in line with what I've learned from my research. Markup on these chairs seems to be pretty insane. If you're looking for one, chat up a massage chair place online, or by phone. I was able to save over 50% in less than 30 seconds using a chatbot. List prices are far from reality with these things.
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How would this be for a fatty like me? Is this one of those skinny-person-only things?
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Ive wanted a massage chair for years and considering this one or the Real Relax 2020 chair from Amazon. Appears to be very highly rated. Anyone have experience with that chair for $899?
Im read some reviews that if something broken, they just send you parts and you on your own. Better get from reputation seller.
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One thing I need to note as a follow up to my original long post.

When I tried this chair in store, I noticed to get strong massage in my shoulders and neck, the easily removable head cushion (attached by Velcro) Need to be removed, it made a huge different in getting deeper into my shoulders/knots.

So if you find you aren't getting a deep enough massage you may want to try it with it removed.
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I thought it was 14.49
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How would this be for a fatty like me? Is this one of those skinny-person-only things?
I'm a big boy myself! It helps to pay attention to the weight limit on these things but, I've manged to fit into most without an issue. They usually include the width in the description as well!
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Sorry, off-topic question. I purchased a massage chair from eBay 03/29/2016. eBay seller name was Factory Direct Wholesale. SKU WAS BM-EC161-BLACK. SERIAL NUMBER SAME AS bm-ec161. Chair still running well but I missed the remote. Does anyone know where or how to get a replacement remote? I sent an email to the seller and email no longer exists. Any help, please. I did search some google search but nothing comes up for the above-specified model. Is any universal remote available for massage chairs?
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so from reading posts here, this chair does work. i always saw massage chairs with reps at the malls getting people to sit and do demos so they can buy it, but no one ever seems to buy them. times have changed i guess. thinking about buying one for my elderly father.
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Anyone who does not want to spend over 1000..this works great for me and is really portable to move from chair to chair....Got mine on Ebay like new for $80 and have been using it for years...they make lots of different models...I have tried several massage chairs like the one listed at HD, but in some ways I prefer mine more

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Homedi...H/39073396

Here is a newer model that is in stock at Amazon https://www.amazon.com/HoMedics-V...B07MY2WZDY
Isn't this more of a chair pad that you place on an existing chair? I am thinking about buying one for my elderly father who sits at his chair all day using the computer.
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