The Inada Sogno DreamWave is "The World's Best Massage Chair."
Designed and manufactured by the oldest maker of massage chairs in the world, this is a massage chair experience so powerful and nuanced that it transcends all common expectations of what a massage chair can do.
Loaded with a huge list of proprietary capabilities and features, the Sogno DreamWave will transport you to a place of total relaxation with more body coverage than any other massage chair in the market.
Inada is the recognized world-wide leader in massage chair innovation, quality, and performance. The Sogno DreamWave has been designed in in conjunction with a team of shiatsu masters. •Rhythmic full-arm shiatsu revitalizes from fingers to shoulders •Deep, soothing pressure relieves hips and thighs. •Gentle rotational stretch function for hips and low back. •A youth session for younger users (14+).
•Reclining angle: Approx. 120-170 degree power recline •Reclined dimensions: 3.2' (W) x 6.9' (L) x 2.5' (H) (38" x 83" x 30") •Upright dimensions: 3.1' (W) x 4.6' (L) x 4' (H) (37" x 55" x 48") •Leg rest adjustment range: approx. 10 inches
Seat Heater: Outer cover temperature: 102 deg F or less (at the ambient temperature of 77 deg F). Provides very gentle heat.
Weighs: approx. 265 lbs Power supply: AC 120 V Power consumption: 170 Watts
For $6100 I can buy a used car and continually drive one the awful downtown streets for a great massage. Plus I get the bonus of having a vehicle to catch all those awesome FW listed B&M deals.
posted: Mar. 14, 2013 @ 11:59a
This is a fine massage chair, probably actually deserving of the title 'World's Best'. While it is expensive, I would say it's a high value item for those who can afford it. I rarely see any decent discounts on these.
posted: Mar. 14, 2013 @ 12:16p
This link shows 7999 for me
posted: Mar. 14, 2013 @ 3:25p
You could get a heck of a nice hot tub for $6100. Added benefit - invite babes over to party in the hot tub. Can't do that with a chair.
posted: Mar. 14, 2013 @ 5:38p
Review on item page:
"...The only drawback is the 7000$ price tag when your on a budget, but it is totally worth every penny. My younger son decided that he doesn't want to get good grades anymore? Well i cashed in his entire college fund to buy this chair. What kind of kid fails 4th grade gym anyway."
posted: Mar. 19, 2013 @ 1:42a
Was there a lower price before? $7999 less 17% less 3% is about $6400 on my calculator. But $660 Sales tax kills this deal for me.
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posted: Mar. 19, 2013 @ 1:51a
Don't be cheap... only $3000 more for the LEATHER version.
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