Massage Chairs Blog

The Quality Behind Panasonic Massage Chairs

Posted on: June 13, 2009

At one point and time in history the United States was the leader in just about every innovation and design making the products everyone wanted from cars to television sets. But times have changed for sure and most items are now made in foreign markets, and most of those in the Asian areas.

Massage chairs have been wildly popular in Japan for decades and of course most of the leaders in this industry just like so many other products are Asian companies. Panasonic has been making massage chairs for well over 30 years and have been not only a leader in these therapeutic devices but also one of the innovators driving the industry to make it better.

In many industries when a company finds themselves on top in sales for quite some time they tend to not make changes to their products out of fear of messing up what is working. But at Panasonic they have not been afraid to add and remove features to their chairs in order to continually provide the best therapeutic massage recliner available to those looking for pain and stress relief.

Panasonic has spent years studying the movements of real massage therapists as well as chiropractors to bring the most realistic therapeutic massage available from a chair. Each chair is packed with several different massage techniques and pre-programmed massages so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the massage and there is no hassles with hard to understand consoles.

Of course what many people like the most about Panasonic massage chairs is what they cannot see about them. These massage chair recliners are made using the best parts so you can count on your chair working well beyond its already generous warranty period. With so many other massage chairs plastic parts are used and they wear out quickly or even break making them useless so much sooner.

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