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TITAN Osaki Massage Chairs: Pro Jupiter XL $2249, 4000LS $1664, TP-8500 EXPIRED

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    • 5 automatic programs & 6 massage techniques: kneading, tapping, shiatsu, flapping, knocking and a kneading/flapping combination<li style="">3 different massage head speeds
    • 3 levels of intensity enable the massage roller & 3 massage roller width adjustments for added customization
    • Spring-loaded ottoman can extend outward to accommodate taller users - simply push out with your leg
    • Zero-gravity position offers ultimate comfort
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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has select Massage chairs on sale. Use MEMORIAL10 for Extra 10% Off. Select Free Curbside Pickup; otherwise $55 delivery surcharge applies per order.

Examples w/ MEMORIAL10:Titan 8500
  • 5 automatic programs & 6 massage techniques: kneading, tapping, shiatsu, flapping, knocking and a kneading/flapping combination<li style="">3 different massage head speeds
  • 3 levels of intensity enable the massage roller & 3 massage roller width adjustments for added customization
  • Spring-loaded ottoman can extend outward to accommodate taller users - simply push out with your leg
  • Zero-gravity position offers ultimate comfort
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Which of these are actually worth buying?
Pretty much any fake leather, or leather that isn't full grain (real) leather is going to crack and chip and fall apart over time. Full grain leather is usually only found on pretty high end (expensive) furniture. Maybe some fully manmade materials might hold up better, I don't know as much about those... but bonded leather, and stuff like that is pretty much trash. Guaranteed to fall apart within a couple years at best I would say.
I've done a good bit of research and am also in the market to buy one for my wife and I. Here's the bottom line:

If you can afford $3k for a 3D model, then get it. The biggest benefit for a 3D model compared to these 2D ones is that the rollers don't just move left and right and up and down, they also move in and out. Therefore, if you've ever experienced sitting in a massage chair and felt the rollers are too rough or hard on your back, then those are the 2D ones. 3D ones can adjust and won't feel like they are constantly "poking" you. And actually feel "good"

As far as $4k+ for the 4D ones. Yes they're even better but I think the benefit there with variation of speed of the rollers and heated rollers "think hot stone massage", is not as significant of a benefit for the money than how much the 3D vs 2D is.

At the end of the day, they say that any massage is better than no massage at all, so if your budget is <$1000 then those $600-$800 fixed roller off brand ones are what you want, but I'd really recommend spending a little more for at least a S-Track or L-Track like this one. If you can afford $1000-$2000 range then a 2D one like this 8500 with L-track from Osaka is great. And if you are willing to spend $3k or more than get a 3D. Also, I don't really see a different between L-track and SL-track, seems like they're both the same.

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Which of these are actually worth buying?
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Has anyone had an issue in general with massage chairs where the vinyl or fake leather falls apart after a year or so?

Not this massage chair specifically but I've had problems a few times now where the chair is fine mechanically, but cosmetically it looks bad because of the fake leather peeling. cant find seating cover replacements.

Any solutions around this?
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Has anyone had an issue in general with massage chairs where the vinyl or fake leather falls apart after a year or so?

Not this massage chair specifically but I've had problems a few times now where the chair is fine mechanically, but cosmetically it looks bad because of the fake leather peeling. cant find seating cover replacements.

Any solutions around this?
Pretty much any fake leather, or leather that isn't full grain (real) leather is going to crack and chip and fall apart over time. Full grain leather is usually only found on pretty high end (expensive) furniture. Maybe some fully manmade materials might hold up better, I don't know as much about those... but bonded leather, and stuff like that is pretty much trash. Guaranteed to fall apart within a couple years at best I would say.
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i am in the market, but between a number of brands, and features, i am completely lost.
I tried the infinity evolution chair recently and fell in love with it. but at close to 7K it was way out of my budget.
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i am in the market, but between a number of brands, and features, i am completely lost.
I tried the infinity evolution chair recently and fell in love with it. but at close to 7K it was way out of my budget.
I think that it's really a personal decision based on which features are important to you. And of course your budget. If you won't use half the features, then it's pointless to spend that kind of $ on one. But yeah some are pretty cool and expensive.
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Which of these are actually worth buying?
None!
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I have the pro Jupiter XL. Got it around $2k a year ago. Definitely worth the money.
I'm 6'4, 190 and it fits pretty well. Only real complaint is the head airbag is annoying and sucks, and they should have just left it off. The rest of the chair is amazing.
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Is the AllState extended warranty offered by HomeDepot any good?
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I have the pro Jupiter XL. Got it around $2k a year ago. Definitely worth the money.
I'm 6'4, 190 and it fits pretty well. Only real complaint is the head airbag is annoying and sucks, and they should have just left it off. The rest of the chair is amazing.
I'm also 6'3... how it work for normal sized people, wife is 5'6.
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I bought this in August of last year. It was $1689 before a coupon. I would say it is good but the newer Costco one which sometimes is on sale is a better deal. This is an older model without Bluetooth or 3d massage. The design is a little dated looking and I highly doubt it sells at $2800 anywhere. The footrest extends but doesn't stay at the extended length, you have to push with your legs. It's supposed to have a memory feature, but I can't tell it does. It's a massage chair with no bells or whistles. If you have a coupon and need to buy now, it's worth it. If you can wait for a sale at Costco on their Osaki os-4000xt when it goes down to $2000 then wait.
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I'm also 6'3... how it work for normal sized people, wife is 5'6.
My girlfriend is 5'5 and loves it as well. Basically everyone that comes over uses it. The rollers detect your height, and if it doesn't, you can manually increase the track to keep going up (to about my neck) with the remote. The foot rest presses out to adjust for height.
You can use just airbags, or combo with the rollers, or any of the pre-programmed settings. You can adjust how deep the rollers dig, or how much pressure the air bags use. It's pretty slick. The head airbag sucks though.
I usually use the Pain Relief setting, or all airbags.
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I've had some pretty bad lower back pain for many years. Has anyone that's had these found them to help or hurt?
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