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R Rothania Ospirit New Electric Full Body Shiatsu Massage Chair Recliner Straight I Track 3yr Warranty (Beige)
|Price:||$849.00 & FREE Shipping|
- 【R ROTHANIA MASSAGE CHAIR QUALITY & INNOVATION】: From top quality soft grained synthetic leather to enhance your experience to light total weight for easy mobility, the chair is thoughtfully designed with user friendliness in mind.PLEASE NOT,this item will ship by R+L carrier.
- 【BUTTLOCK I-TRACKING MASSAGE SYSTEM】: The rollers glide from the upper back all the way down under the waist . Note:This chair not including the addtional small pillow(only one big pillow).
- 【AIRBAG MASSAGE TECHNOLOGY】: Uniquely designed airbags are programmed to inflate/deflate separately which causes the body to twist and stretch on shoulders, lower back, hips, and thighs working simultaneously or individually.2 air bags are carefully located to apply a deep massage to the forearms and wrists. 2 heating pads in lower back area that enhance the massage experience.
- 【CALF & FOOT MASSAGER】: Multiple air bags on sides and back of the legs and feet which inflate for compression massage with bottom spinning roller that apply concentrated pin-point kneading massage.
- 【FULL SIZE REMOTE CONTROLLER】:Built-in sensor automatically measure the length of spine and knows where to massage. Large viewing screen to easily visualize what functions the chair has activated.
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We cover the chairs with three years limited warranty (three years from date of purchase). During the first year, the warranty covers free maintenance and delivery. During the second and third year, the warranty covers free shipping on replacement parts. The cost of replacement parts and maintenance work are not covered. Warranty does not cover: Products outside the warranty period or without warranty card. Usage outside of that set forth in the operation manual. Products that have been opened, repaired, modified, or dismantled by persons other than a company authorized service. Damage caused by a drop, rough or careless handling or other negligent action.
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After getting my chair there was a few hiccups but they gone away.
1. Left arm airbag wasn't working.
2. Seat airbags were not working either.
Both got resolved by unplugging the chair a few time from the power source. I am kind of worry that I had to unplug it that many times.
Two of the air buttons are label incorrectly , they were vice-verse . Not a big deal at all to me.
The chair must be powered on even if you just only want to do an incline with no other options. Well, if the chair is on then the timer is always running. I don't believe there is a way to stop the timer but you can keep on adding time to the timer. If you pause for like one minute, then the chair will power itself off. When it powers off then the chair automatically goes back to the normal sitting position.
The model number of this chair is DF626. I highly recommend googling it for more information before purchasing it. I didn't get this chair for the cheapest price on here but I like amazon's customer support if things goes bad.
- Easy-to-assemble (you won't need the missing assembly instructions; air tubes and wire are color coded and the bolts and Allen Key are self-explanatory).
- Airbag pressure (forearms/hands, shoulders, thighs, calves and feet) is very strong. Some users who are thicker or extremely heavy may experience extreme discomfort even at half-pressure (think blood pressure cuff). Adjustment to the lowest setting is recommended if too tight. I personally enjoy the pressure on max because it mimics the feeling of two hands pressing down onto your muscles and forces circulation upon release, but parents and siblings have complained that it was a bit much. To each, his own.
- The Ospirit reclines (though not completely zero-gravity).
- Overall build seems very durable.
- Design is decent compared with some of the more expensive models that look like faux leather orthopedic executive office chairs from the 80s. It will not clash with your furniture and decor and that's a good thing.
- Back massage rollers are not stationary and have three different movement settings: kneading, swaying, and pressure point. After the first run, your back may feel sore, but if you use the chair regularly it will become accustomed to the pressure. A thick towel placed in between the chair cover should dampen the pressure.
- Heat option is great.
- Shuang Ying sent me a very bizarre gift and I am not sure what to do with it. I think it was sent in error. I notified the seller but their response was to just keep it.
- Foot rollers are annoying. I have to turn them off completely or force my feet to rest on their sides against the outer airbag which helps diminish the pain caused by the sharp scrapers on the rollers. It literally scrapes the bottom of your feet and the pain is just unbearable. Be advised to wear thick socks or place a small cushion under each foot before stepping into the foot rest. Fortunately, you have the option of turning it off. In my opinion, the Osaki Pro Ekon has the best foot massage of any chair I have tested thus far, but that model is in the $5-8K range.
- The Ospirit is not a true zero-gravity chair but it does recline to a near zero-gravity position.
- No vibration or tapping mode. This should be standard for all massage chairs in this price range.
- Head placement is off. When I recline, my head feels like it sinks into the back roller track and is very uncomfortable. Once the rollers pass underneath the neck, it feels fine. I think folding a small hand towel to raise the head does the trick and won't interfere with the rollers as they pass.
- Back massage rollers do not fully reach the lower back. I am approximately 5'9" and if I'm seated my knees will bend over the edge of the seat and my short thighs causes my back to separate from the seat-back which is why I can't fully enjoy the rollers when it is positioned in the mid-lower back region. I find that the way to maximize reach is to crouch into the seat by pulling up your knees but then lose the benefit of having your legs worked on. This is usually fine for me as my back gives me more problems so than my legs but having to do everything separately is a slight inconvenience. Should not be an issue if you are taller and have long legs.
- If the airbag system is activated, the pump can be very loud. I was not expecting it to be so loud though I have tested more top-of-the-line models (such as the Cozzia Qi SE and Osaki Pro 1st ) which are priced in the $8,000 range and produce a buzzing/whirring noise similar to Ospirit so not much anyone can do about that.
- The remote design is completely erratic and lacks any logic.
- The remote panel sound volume cannot be adjusted or silenced.
- The remote panel is also simply confusing to read and the button placement (as with many of these Chinese-designed appliances) does not follow any sort of good user interface design.
For instance, the "backrest up/down" button (located on the far left side of the control panel) is a rocker type button, but pressing the upper or lower half on the "backrest up" and "backrest down" rocker, respectively, yields the same result. I think the designer or engineer was either very lazy and did not put any thought into the placement of the buttons or the remote had already completed production when the manufacturer realized the redundancy and did nothing to save on production costs. I personally would have scolded whoever was responsible and corrected the mistake. Solid simplified design can be a game changer for a competitively priced item like this.
Also, the back massage roller "position up/down" keys are placed away from the grouping of back massage roller type keys which causes a lot of confusion when trying to adjust the back rollers. The current layout, at least for English speakers, implies that "position" is actually the "backrest" key. I would love to redesign the Ospirit's remote panel to improve usability if Rothania would get in touch!
Overall, I would recommend the Ospirit if you're on a budget and you need a high pressure massage chair. If you are seeking a chair with a focus on foot/back massage, this is not going to make the cut. I can bear the slight pain that develops after the initial heavy usage but it subsides as your skin and muscles acclimatea to the pressure exerted by the kneading motion and this is the same with any massage chair. As suggested above, a towel or thin foam padding should do the trick if you don't mind the hack!
After a full day of working, yard work, and running about, I look forward to relaxing in the Ospirit so I can overlook some of the design flaws, especially considering the price. Given that the Ospirit is only $799 (on sale) for a chair that does essentially the same job of some of the more higher-end models and has the added benefit of looking great for being an "economy" product, I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND this for starters.
Update: The top right roller is misaligned and every time it presses against my shoulders or neck, it buckles, and while it returns to the original position, it won't hold the original position with enough force to apply pressure. I was instructed by the seller to open the back and troubleshoot, but have not had the time to do it. Other than that, it works fine.
Got it 1 week after ordering, easy to assemble.
Just Not as good for anyone under 5'6" as u cant use the full body massage benefits! Seller was very helpful :)
Well worth the money.