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Frequent questions

How do massage chairs work? Electric massage chairs rely on a combination of electric motors, rollers and vibrating mechanisms. This type of chair dates back more than half a century, the oldest manufacturer is Fujiiroki (more than 60 years), in recent decades they have become much more sophisticated and once again Fujiiroki is a leader as they invented 4D massage techniques Mecha. The simplest massage chairs use a series of vibrating surfaces to provide a massage. To create the massage vibration the weight is not centered on the wheel, which makes the wheel unbalanced. When the device’s electric motor rotates the wheel rapidly, the rotation causes a vibration. While no two massage chair manufacturers use the same design, there are some general design techniques that apply to most models. If you were to remove the chair’s upholstery, you would see a frame that supports a system of motors, gears and rollers. When you are getting a massage from a massage chair, it is the rollers that act like a man’s hands. The rollers move in patterns determined by the frame structure. Some massage chair rollers have a limited range of motion – they can only move up and down the back of the chair because they travel along a track attached to the frame. The new generation massage chairs are equipped with 3D and 4D massage rollers. With great high review for 3D massage chairs are Inada & Fujiiroki massage chairs. The manufacturer Fujiiroki is the only one with a long history of producing massage chairs that are 100% made in Japan and provide 12 cm of deep massage for maximum health results.

What kind of massage can a massage chair give me? An important function is the massage with airbags (air cushions). Airbag massage for the back Airbag massage for the legs, feet and hands. Our selection of massage chairs can perform a variety of massage techniques, such as:

Kneading – the rollers move in a circular pattern Rolling – the rollers move up and down the backrest Tapping – the rollers alternate pushing in and out of the backrest, simulating the popular “karate chop” massage technique Gripping – the chair includes devices that grip the user’s legs or arms in a grip before releasing Shiatsu – rollers press against certain points on the user’s back (sometimes called acupoints) to relieve tension.

Frequent Questions – Types of massage:

What is a 4D massage chair? Another recent development in massage chair rollers are 3D and 4D options. A 2D massage roller is a roller that can move along the track up and down, or left and right (essentially, in two dimensions, or 2D). A 3D massage roller can do this as well as move in and out of the massage chair (three dimensions), which can provide a deeper massage than a 2D massage chair. The latest developments in massage chair rollers are now referred to as 4D, meaning that the speed and time of the 3D rollers can be controlled and varied to provide a wider range of massage techniques and a more accurate replication of the hands of a masseur. A massage chair with 4D rollers offers a deeper and more thorough massage, providing greater relief to sore muscles. A 4D massage chair that can massage your back and butt. These chairs are quite rare because the technology is new and some don’t do it as well as many companies advertise Our 4D Mecha is the only massage chair at the moment that can perform a real 4D massage The rollers can move left and right, or even in a circle and allow the movements of a mechanical arm. New generation massage chairs use artificial intelligence.

Can the intensity of the massage chair be adjusted? Many massage chairs allow the user to adjust the intensity of the massage. There are two main ways to adjust the intensity. One is to change the distance of the rollers from the frame when it is in massage mode. The second is to mount the frame on a pivot in the backrest, allowing it to move closer or further away from the user’s back.

What is air cushion massage? A common technique used by massage therapists is to firmly grasp and squeeze large muscles for a few seconds before releasing them. This can help relieve tension in tight muscles, prompting them to relax.

Our massage chairs use multiple airbags to squeeze every arm and leg. Our chairs are all equipped with massage airbags. Airbags are located throughout the chair to provide relief to the entire body. These airbags squeeze, compress, knead, roll and relax the body. When they compress the airbags work in a wave motion to release muscle tension or push the muscles deeper into the rollers for a deeper massage. When kneading the airbags mimic the movement of human hands to help promote circulation. They also work with wave-like motions on some chairs to help release tension.

Specialist recommendation: A massage chair should be used for at least 15 years on a regular basis. The squeezing sensation should actually be very comforting and never too intense. Choosing the right massage chair is simple because the only products that offer high health benefits are Fujiiryoki quality. Fujiiryoki are made under tests by medical specialists and are medically certified.