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The Most Sold Massage Chair Brand for 10 years Straight
The Most Sold Massage Chair Brand for 10 years Straight

Osaki Pro OS-4D Paragon

Save $4,500 Save $4,500
Original price $7,999
Original price $7,999 - Original price $8,249
Original price $7,999
Current price $3,499
$3,499
Current price $3,499

  • Intelligent Voice Control
  • 4D Massage Mechanism
  • Heated Back Roller
  • Computerized Body Scanning
  • L-Track
  • Space Saving Technology
  • Zero Gravity Reclining
  • Automatic Extendable Footrest
  • Heating on the Foot Rollers
  • Surround Sound Bluetooth Speakers
  • Intuitive Remote Control
Color: Black
Delivery: Curbside Delivery - Free
Warranty: 1 Year(Parts/Labor) 2&3 Year(Parts Only) - Free

Customer Reviews

Based on 47 reviews
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Arunaben

Some how voice commands are not working

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Marcia L Birney
Beautiful Massage Chair

So happy I found a massage chair that wasn’t black! There is a lot to learn
So I keep the Manual in my chair with me. The Remote is so handy and easy to use. Thank you Osakiusa for my amazing massage chair I’m a happy lady.

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J.B.G.
CHAIR INTENSITY

Chair intensity is too rough.

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Joshua M.
Life changing..

I’m a very active 49 year old male. Many injuries and surgeries ion upper and lower the spine, hands, legs. I’ve tried everything from a fitness and well being perspective. In the last few weeks I’ve been much better off than the last 8 years. Become one with the chair, understand what your body needs that day and target it. Start with Stretch mode them revive, add heat to the rollers and airbags in revive mode. Do that in zero g position 3. After a week experiment.. life changing.. if your doing over 30 min a day. Your body will not like that as it’s trying to heal.

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Andrew K.
I like the overall quality,

I like the overall quality, but I believe it could be better. Especially the controller should be placed in a better place and the roller for the shoulder and neck is causing pain so I need to stop the machine occasionally. I think it requires a more considerate adjustment there. The pain doesn't go away for a few days.