We love Osaki massage chairs. Simply because they are made with precise engineering and the brand is always innovating massage technology.
I remember buying a massage chair from an off-brand Chinese company and needless to say it was terrible.
Today, I’m going to review a revolutionary and stylish massage chair. The Osaki OS-3D Pro Cyber Massage chair.
This chair is super cool looking, has advanced technology, and is great for remediating athletic injury or stress from a hard day at work.
Features and Benefits
When you first look at the 3D-Pro Cyber, it has a futuristic appeal to it. The chosen color is intertwined with black strips on the base panel and the shoulder panels. If you have a modern / contemporary house, this chair goes great with that type of decor.
This is indeed a 3D zero gravity massage chair. This means the users can control the length the rollers extend out up to 8 cm. The more the rollers extend out, the deeper the massage.
There are a total of 2 stages of zero gravity. There are chairs that have 3 but 2 will suffice. Following the same concept of a back inverter, the chair reclines to a level where pressure is relieved from the spine. This feeling is associated with several health benefits.
Because all people are shaped differently, it’s crucial that a massage chair has an accurate computer body scan. This is precisely what the 3D-Pro cyber has. Osaki has the latest body scan technology, never massaging places where the body is not in contact with the surface of the chair.
Osaki has re-engineered their air massage system in this model to lesser amount of airbags. This is kind of the new concept that is gaining training in newer massage chair models. There are a total of 36 airbags and surface volume of the bags have not lessened from previous models.
The airbags cover the shoulders, back & waist, arm & hands, thigh, seat, calves, and feet.
The arm massagers are made out of durable spandex. It’s also has these small rubber bumps that enhance the air compression. These also target acupuncture points.
The interface of the tablet control is easy to use. Operate the foot extension, turn on zero gravity, recline the backrest, and do more effortlessly. One downside of the control is that it is fixed to the chair and not wireless.
There are a total of 9 preset automatic programs. 5 levels of adjustments for airbag intensity, 3D roller depth, and roller speed.
The waist airbags are located on the side of the seat and they inflate to massage your waist and bottom. They kind of lock you into the seat so that the overall massage is more effective.
There are six massage techniques: palm style, Swedish, combination, deep tissue, kneading, and shiatsu. The Accupoint technology is in embedded into the micro computer and will target over 100 accupoints in the neck and back.
There are two rows of spinning reflexology rollers in the feet section. These work in conjunction with the air bags to provide a comprehensive foot massage.
Osaki 3D-Pro Cyber Specifications
- Upright Dimensions (Inches): 57.1 X 35.4 X 51.2 (Length, Width, Height)
- Gross Weight: 286.6 lbs
- Net Weight: 251.2 lbs
- Colors: Black, Brown, Red, Cream(White)
Osaki 3D-Pro Cyber Troubleshoot and Assembly Instructions
Download the 3D-Pro Cyber instructions here.
This chair comes with a 3 year standard parts and labor warranty. For the first year, parts costs and labor is covered. Second year, parts costs is only covered. Structural framework covered for all three years.