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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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  • The OS-Aster has 5 massage styles (Kneading, Knocking, Tapping, Kneading-Tapping, and Shiatsu) and 6 Auto massage programs.
  • This matches a previous Frontpage deal. -StrawMan86

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Titan Osaki OS-Aster Reclining Massage Chair for $1449 w/ free shipping.
  • Black
  • Brown
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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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I've been doing some research the last few days...my options (all made in China) are:

Osaki - Aster (approx $1,300 with HD coupon)- solid cheaper SL track, 2D massage, but no heat and not 3D. Quality seems decent with good customer service should anything go wrong during warranty period. Also purchasing from HD gives an extra layer of customer service for returns.

Osaki - Monarch - ($2k on Osaki website) cheapest Osaki SL track (preferred) with 3D massage (4 intensities), body scan, and heat. Checks all the boxes of must haves. But not too many programs.

Ootori Sophia S5 - ($1,400 on massagehcair.com) - has SL track (preferred) with 3D massage (3 intensities), body scan, and heat. Basically checks all the boxes of the Osaki Monarh but for $600 less! The problem with the Ootori is that the customer service seems really bad (see their facebook page) for bad review of customer service should anything go bad.

Real Relax NM650 ($1,500 on the company webiste)- also has SL track with 3D massage, and heat but no "body scan" feature. Again their facebbok page has bad reviews about their customer service if anything should go bad.

- I really want to choose the Ootari S5 option as it has all the features i want and is significantly cheaper than other brands with similar features, but I am quite concerned about the quality/customer service. Anyone have opinions on this?
I have the model right below this that I bought last year. Its heavily used in this house, I watch Netflix while on here so it's probably going past it's duty cycle with two+ hour use everyday while under lockdown.

Best pre covid purchase that's seen intensive use.

The rollers in the back make more noise than when I first bought it but it's functioning fine still.

The S rollers are a requirement IMO.
Is this better than the last time on sale (Osaki 4000 and Osaki 8500) ?

Edit: Found out this is lower model, less features than Osaki 4000 and 8500.

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Is this thing actually worth a s—t? I'm thinking a repair/warranty nightmare. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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Is this thing actually worth a s—t? I'm thinking a repair/warranty nightmare. Correct me if I'm wrong.
I have the model right below this that I bought last year. Its heavily used in this house, I watch Netflix while on here so it's probably going past it's duty cycle with two+ hour use everyday while under lockdown.

Best pre covid purchase that's seen intensive use.

The rollers in the back make more noise than when I first bought it but it's functioning fine still.

The S rollers are a requirement IMO.
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Is this better than the last time on sale (Osaki 4000 and Osaki 8500) ?

Edit: Found out this is lower model, less features than Osaki 4000 and 8500.
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I don't have one and don't have experience with it so not sure how much my two cents are worth. I have been reading reviews of massage chairs though.

It seems they have so many moving parts that breakdowns can easily happen. So, if it were me, I'd probably only buy it from Costco, even if there was a higher price.... because of Costco's amazing return policy.
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I'd wait for the Osaki 8500 to go on sale again. That is the Cadillac of massage chairs.
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Just picked one up with a 15% off coupon from eBay. I was looking at the 8500 as well, but really could not think that the features were much more better to warrant the higher price.
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I'd wait for the Osaki 8500 to go on sale again. That is the Cadillac of massage chairs.
Are you referring the to this OS-8500? It's on sale on HD

https://www.homedepot.com/p/TITAN.../300076116
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I bought this last time it was this price and overall it's decent. Doesn't seem to be worth the price premium over the NFL branded ones at Costco that is typically $800 on amazon(sorry I forget the name). Problem with either this one or the Amazon ones are that the foot rollers are unbearable and there's no way to program them off, each time you start the massage you have to turn them off.
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I am trying to decide between this for $1250 (after 15% off coupon) or paying $2000 for the Osaka Monarch or other 3D model. Anyone have any thoughts? Is the 3D worth the extra $750 over the 2D aster? Also. Which is better? The Aster or the Champ?
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I am trying to decide between this for $1250 (after 15% off coupon) or paying $2000 for the Osaka Monarch or other 3D model. Anyone have any thoughts? Is the 3D worth the extra $750 over the 2D aster? Also. Which is better? The Aster or the Champ?
Costco has OSAKI demo. I tried 2D and 3D. In my opinion 3D, 4D just gimmick. 2D is good enough as long it has S and L track features.
I bought Aster using 15% coupon from HD class.
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This is Charles post from previous sale thread

I never post, but thought I could add some value hear. I purchased 2 chairs on home depots last massage chair sale a few weeks ago. I purchased both the synca chairs, one was 5k other was $2500. I tried both out, both good chairs, very different from each other, but not what I had hope for.

I called titan and asked them if there were any local resellers where I could try some of their chairs at and they pointed me to the closest store. I went in, tried several chairs, admiral, maestro, yamato, did it all, over all price ranges, I told the owner of the store I really wanted something to fix the knots in my upper back and shoulders as I can no longer get my weekly massage in this Post Covid world. He said try this chair, it's the cheapest chair but you might like it (Aster chair).

I'll be honest, I was blown away, (I'm pretty sure it's 2-D). It didn't have a fancy remote, was relatively small compared to their other chairs, but it just hit the right spots, I would rate the foot massage a B/B- with the Yamato chair having a better foot massage. But this chair is simple and extremely effective. I'm not saying it's for everyone, but don't discount this chair because of its price, I mean, I went back tot he store a few times because it just didn't make sense to me that this chair broke the knots up in my back better than the 2 chairs I had at home from Synca which were far more expensive. I'm not trying to present a Bias review, the Synca chairs really have their pros as well and many would find them to be better chairs, I'm just saying for MY Upper back, and MY shoulders, this chair is a beast, and that's not even considering its far cheaper than any other. This is a smoking deal- highly recommend getting a 15% off coupon from HD and purchasing this chair, use the CB site as well. HD was generous with picking up my other chairs and issuing a full refund- 0 cost to me.
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I found two other companies that produce 3D massage chairs....Ootari s8 ($1400) that has 3D with body scan and SL track and Real Relax NM650 which also has the same 3D features but only costs $1500. Anyone know anything about these brands? Are they similar to OSaki in quality? Or much worse
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This, or the Osaki OS-4000XT for $1999 @ Costco?

https://www.costco.com/osaki-os-4...98575.html
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