Popular Massage Chairs
January 12, 2010 04:24 PM Eastern Time
INADA Delivers Shiatsu-Style Relief to Thousands of Attendees at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) with Its Award-Winning Line-up of Massage Chairs
BOULDER, Colo.–(EON: Enhanced Online News)–INADA, the world-leading designer and manufacturer of massage chairs, captured the minds and bodies of thousands of attendees at the recently concluded 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, as its award-winning massage chairs utilized cutting-edge, proprietary technology to provide much needed relief to the attendees’ backs, legs, hands, feet, and more at the annual consumer technology industry gathering in Las Vegas, NV. Headlining INADA’s innovative offering at 2010 CES were two Innovations Award honorees: the low-cost, multi-purpose, portable mini massage chair, the INADA CUBE and the robust and feature-rich premium chair, the INADA Doctor’s Choice Massage Chair.
“We are pleased to have received such tremendous feedback on our new massage chairs from industry professionals and consumers alike”
Heralded by both FOX News and NBC News for its compact, multi-purpose design, and superior functionality, the INADA CUBE is a low-cost option to a full-fledged massage chair for today’s budget and space-conscious consumer. Its innovative design allows users to easily transform the chair from a compact square that can be used as an ottoman, stool or end-table into a fully-functioning lower-body massage unit, which performs a Shiatsu-style massage on the feet and calves, as well as on the lower back and seat areas. The ultra-portable (19x18x21, 49lb) massage chair has a built-in handle and wheels for easy movement, and is ideal for those seeking an escape from the stress of everyday life in the office or small living area.
Declared by Popular Mechanics’ Erik Sofge, as the chair that “has officially rubbed me the right way,” INADA’s Doctor’s Choice massage chair impressed attendees with its utilization of proprietary technology to accurately deploy a never-before seen combination of body scanning, rollers and air-cell compression systems that focus on posture correction and back alignment.
“We are pleased to have received such tremendous feedback on our new massage chairs from industry professionals and consumers alike,” said Cliff Levin, president of INADAUSA. “INADA separates itself from competitors by our commitment to researching and designing cutting-edge technology that accurately replicates age-old Shiatsu Masters’ manipulations and motions. INADA works closely with a Japanese Shiatsu Master when developing products to ensure they supply the user with the same benefits that a masseuse offers. It is what consumers call the INADA difference.”
INADA also featured the Sogno, the company’s flagship massage chair, which won Innovations in 2009. With a wait of over an hour at times just to try the Sogno, the massage chair received acclaim during CES for its proprietary technology and neck traction technologies, as well as its boasted 1,200 square inches of body coverage, more than any other chair on the market.
Based in Osaka, Japan, INADA is the world’s leading massage chair manufacturer and developer, specializing in high performance massage therapy. Utilizing the ancient knowledge of the body’s shiatsu points, INADA’s products deliver a premium and holistic massage. INADA has nearly 50 years in the industry and holds numerous international patents for its proprietary designs. For more information on INADA, visit www.inadaUSA.com.