iJoy Massage Chairs Review

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Some of the words that are used when describing Human Touch’s iJoy massage chairs are…

  • unique,
  • bold,
  • stylish, and
  • ugly.

Whether you find them attractive or plain hideous, iJoy massage chairs are definitely the “purple cow” in the industry as far as style goes – they definitely stand out from other brands.

Common iJoy Robotic Massage Chair Features

With catchy colors like red, sage and camel, when I first laid eyes on the contemporary designs of iJoy massage chairs, I said to myself “wow, those are unique.”

iJoy’s robotic massage system is supposed to replicate a human-like massage.

Four major professional massage techniques are used in each chair:

o rolling

o kneading

o compression

o percussion

Three dimensional movements are used to follow the contour of your spine, and you have the ability to choose a program based on your preference.

You can choose from one of three different 15 minute programs:

1. Full – massages your entire back

2. Upper – focuses on your upper back

3. Lower – concentrates on your lower back

Each session will combine all four massage techniques (rolling, kneading, compression, percussion).

iJoy Robotic Massage Chair Models

There are plenty of iJoy models to choose from…

o iJoy 100

o iJoy 130

o iJoy 173

o iJoy 170

o iJoy 300

o iJoy 320

o iJoy 550

Models 100, 130, 170, and 173 are basically the same but they vary a little in size and design.

The iJoy 300 has a power recline feature and therefore costs a little more than the other models (the others are manual recline).

The iJoy 320 is the most expensive model, but it has an integrated calf and foot massager. A calf and foot massager is sold separately the other models.

The iJoy 550 allows you to swivel to the left or right.

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Source by Terrence Banks

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