The iJoy 100 robotic massage chair is made with a plush but firm cushioning that delivers both comfort and relaxation.
I’ll share my thoughts about the iJoy 100, but first let me briefly describe the features…
iJoy 100 Features
First of all, you you’ll be able to choose from three different 15-minute programs – upper back, lower back, and full back.
A combination of the following four major massage techniques will be used during your session:
- rolling, and
The massagers that are built into the iJoy 100 accommodate the curves of your back and spine in an effort to make sure you feel your massage in the right spots.
A flexible head rest with a lumbar pillow is provided for extra comfort while you’re receiving your massage.
The back reclines around 150 degrees. That helps to further relax you while the quad roller massage system is working on those stiff areas or nagging aches and pains.
There are wheels are placed on the bottom of the chair to make it easy to reposition.
There’s also a built-in child safety lock that could come in handy if small children will be around.
iJoy 100 Massage Chair Full Feature List
- Quad-roller massage mechanism
- 4 Massage Modes: Kneading, Compression, Percussion, Rolling.
- 3 Programs: Lower, upper, or full back
- Manual recline to around 150 Degrees
- Adjustable headrest/lumbar pillow
- Two motor massage chair
- Wheels for ease of relocating the chair.
- Ottoman (optional add-on)
All in all, the iJoy 100 is not as much a luxury chair as many other (more expensive) massage chairs.
There aren’t many massage programs to choose from, and you’re not going to get a top notch shoulder and neck massage.
If you don’t buy the ottoman (sold separately), you’re not getting a lower body massage either.
Also, there aren’t any innovative features like the body scan technology of a Panasonic RealPro Elite or the stiffness detection sensors built into Sanyo massage chairs.
On the upside, owner reviews have been mostly positive. The iJoy 100 will give you quality massages for an excellent value.