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HoMedics QRM-400 Quad Roller Massaging Cushion with Traveling Shiatsu Massage

2.8 out of 5 stars 142 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Convenient cushion provides the benefits of a luxury massage chair for a fraction of the cost
  • An advanced microprocessor lets you choose six different programs of targeted relief
  • The command track control allows you to adjust the roller width with a touch of a button
  • Includes full-back Shiatsu and Rolling massage options
  • Measures 7 x 18.5 x 27.75 inches (WxHxD); 14.3 pounds

Product Description

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Experience a massage close to what you get in a $1,000 massage chair with the new quad-roller massaging cushion which uses advanced quad-roller massage mechanism like used in big chairs. Feels like the hands of a massage therapist with the Shiatsu and rolling massage which travels up and down the back. Personalize your massage with the spot Shiatsu massage and adjustable width setting for rolling massage. Select 6 programs with the programmable touch pad control.

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The Homedics QRM-400 Quad Roller Massaging Cushion with Traveling Shiatsu Massage lets you enjoy deep, relieving massages in the comfort of your own home. Thanks to breakthrough technology that provides a real massage chair mechanism in a convenient, easy-to-use cushion, you'll be able to reap the health benefits of massage whenever you need them. An advanced microprocessor lets you choose six different programs of targeted relief.

The command track control allows you to adjust the roller width with a touch of a button so the massage custom-fits your body. With the Shiatsu and Rolling massage options, four independent rollers travel up and down your back in a soothing motion that helps relieve tired and aching muscles. The spot Shiatsu massage allows you to pinpoint certain areas by holding the massage action just where you need it. Plus the vivid LED illuminates the massage mechanism. Thanks to the integrated strapping system, the cushion comfortably fits your favorite chair. The demo button on the handset also makes it easy for you to try every option before deciding on the best massage for your body.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 28 x 18 x 7 inches ; 15 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B000BGJQ26
  • UPC: 031262016638
  • Item model number: QRM-400
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (142 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #404,660 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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By Baivab Mitra VINE VOICE on May 11, 2006
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I bought this one after reading the reviews and of course going over the features. What I write below I hope will provide sufficient guidelines to future purchasers.
Firstly - the product itself: After receiving it, I realized it's quite heavy. Using it - it's fine. Quite like the Brooks Brother models we find in their shops. Gives excellent pressure through their 4 (quad) balls going up and down. My wife - being a thin female experienced pain upon using it, subsequently threw the provided mat on top. Then it was fine for her. What this particular model has are 4 balls, simulteneously keading up and down. The other models, i.e. 200 has 2 balls and 100 - does not have spot. Those of you, getting confused as to which one to purchase need to decide whether 4 balls are going to give a really big benefit. For me - yes. Why ? I tried the 200, after completing had that feeling - <something is amiss!>
Now, feature-wise it provides rolling message, i.e. the balls roll from bottom to top and vice-versa. With rolling you can adjust the width between the balls also. 2 on either side. With shiatsu, there's no adjustment to width. Both rolling and shiatsu provides spot messaging.
Caveat (big) - you can either go shiatsu or rolling. The manufacturers MUST include in their subsequent improvement a combination message. Why? It gets frustrating to continuously opt for shiatsu/rolling. If there was a combination then it would have been lovely! Just when you're "settling" down you feel the need to change, break out of your "bliss", switch to rolling through their attached remote. Also, they have a demo mode. That's a perfect example of what I mean - I in fact use it often. It goes from shiatsu to spot, then roll, then spot, etc. etc.
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I bought both the SBM-300 and QRM-400. Although the QRM-400 looks better with the black vinyl and blue lights, the SBM-300 is a much better massager and is cheaper. The rollers on the QRM-400 essentially swivel back and forth and roll up and down your back. The SMB-400 rollers spin and roll up and down your back. My wife, I, and 14 year old son compared both and all three of us determined the SBM-300 did a better massage for us.
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Maybe the title doesn't sounds as enthusiastic as it should, but I've been reading reviews on Homedics massage cushions for at least a year, wondering if they're all that everyone says they're cracked up to be.

I always have back issues, and the first thing I'd do if I won the lottery would be to hire my own live-in masseuse! My husband is usually the back-rubber of note, and he's got very strong hands. Last year, though, he developed cancer, and between chemo regimens and surgery, he's not in a position to do much energetic back rubbing.

The real thing that pushed me into buying this, though, was that he has begun to have back problems - combination of stress, posture, and that he's lost so much weight. Now before, when I'd rub his back, he still didn't like as hard a rub down as I like. But now, with the weight loss, he really can't bear anything too tough.

I looked again over the various Homedics massagers and decided to go for the Cadillac because of several features, like being able to stop the massage at one spot.

Let me first warn you: this thing is HUGE, or at least the box it comes in is huge! It's also not too light, so don't expect something you can easily whip out onto a chair. This is a serious business massager, if heft is any indication.

It's easy to set up (I tried a straight-backed dining room chair for the opening ceremonies.) The top of the massager is molded plastic, the bottom soft material. This is only for back stuff; no thigh massaging (yes, there are massagers that do that.)

The back of the massager has clear plastic kneading devices that are lit up when you turn the power on. I'm not sure what the deal is with this, but I guess someone would find it fun to look at.
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I JUST BOUGHT THE SBM300 AS WELL AS THE QUAD 400. THEY BOTH DO A GOOD JOB, AND THE 4 MASSAGE BALLS FEEL NICE IN THE QUAD, HOWEVER IT DOES NOT GO AS HIGH ON THE UPPER BACK AS THE SBM300! AND THE 400 IS SIGNIFICANTLY HEAVIER.

SO IF UPPER BACK/SHOULDER MASSAGE IS NOT IMPORTANT TO YOU, THEN THE 400 MIGHT BE THE BETTER MNASSAGER FOR YOU BECAUSE OF THE QUAD ACTION - BUT A LOT OF MY TENSION IS IN MY VERY UPPER BACK, WHICH THE 400 DOES NOT REACH. I AM VERY HAPPY WITH THE SBM 300 (even though it runs a bit louder than the 400, but it's nothing too bad). JUST A SIDE NOTE - I AM 5 FT 2INCHES TALL -- EVEN THE SBM 300 WILL NOT LIKELY REACH THE UPPER SHOULDERS OF SOMEONE CLOSE TO 6 FEET TALL, AND THE 400 EVEN LESS SO.

I HOPE THAT THIS HELPS!

HAPPY SHOPPING :)
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This is the first massager I've used that actually had any effect. It's primarily the shiatsu portion that I really like. I'll present the negatives, as I see them, up front.

1) It is thick and would work best in a chair with a deep seat. 2) It doesn't quite go high enough up the back for my preference. I'm 6'1". 3) I would prefer it to be more intense. Keep in mind, when using a human for massage, I prefer the ones with strong fingers that can make various parts of my back pop or creak and work those parts until they quit popping and creaking :-) The second thing to keep in mind, I've scared a few folks when I'd flinch or make an ouch sound until I explained that it was a good flinch or a sound of good pain meaning they were working a part that really needed it.

Now for the "In all fairness" section. 1) The massager has no brain so it can't tell where to really work the back, relying on you to position the massaging balls. 2) I don't see how it could be designed much thinner. 3) If it dug in harder (I'm not sure how they would design that), somebody would probably try to sue them.

This is the "Positive Points" and "factoids". 1) When using the roller only, the width can be adjusted and makes a difference. 2) Using shiatsu allows you to position the massager at any vertical point on your back but you can't adjust the width 3) Both modes permit you to select lower back, upper back or entire back. 4) If you select upper back and slide down in your chair, the results are fairly good. 5) Since I have this connected through a power strip I turn off when not in use, I didn't even notice the blue LEDs for a day or so.

Bottom line: It feels good and helps. I concentrate on the lower back and between my shoulder blades using the shiatsu. A few passes with the roller and then the use of a seperate back stretcher has me moving around fairly comfortably for a while.

Mark H
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