No home spa would be complete without an electric massage chair, and we would say that no living room is complete without one. That’s why we’ve put together the most complete and comprehensive guide to choosing one anywhere on the internet.
When you’re shopping for a massage chair, you probably want to know two things – which is the cream of the crop, and which is the best one you can afford.
To help you out, we’ve curated this list based on our own personal research into the top brands and the most popular models. Attitudes to these products can be quite subjective so we’ve also spent hundreds of hours reading feedback from real customers on blogs and Amazon listings to make our recommendations as universal as possible.
Here’s a quick peek:
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Given the amount of research we carried out and the range of products we’ve tested, there is definitely something for everybody on our list.
- The Top Ten Massage Chairs
- #1 - Real Relax Full Body Massage Chair ($)
- #2 - BestMassage EC-06 ($)
- #3 - Relaxonchair MK-II Plus ($$)
- #4 - BestMassage Zero Gravity Chair With Long Rail ($)
- #5 - Ideal Massage Shiatsu Chair ($)
- #6 - Forever Rest FR-5Ks ($$)
- #7 - Human Touch iJoy-2580 ($)
- #8 - Authentic Beautyhealth Shiatsu ($$)
- #9 - Kahuna LM6800 ($$)
- #10 - Osaki OS-4000T ($$$)
- Best Massage Chairs by Price
- Massage Chair Brands You Can Trust
The Top Ten Massage Chairs
Without further ado, here are the 10 best massage chairs on the market today.
Real Relax is the dark horse of the massage chair world. Word of mouth spread slowly, then suddenly it was the most popular massage chair sold online.
There are three very exciting things about the Real Relax massage chair. The first is price. It is supremely affordable. The next is features. Despite the unbeatable price, it manages to deliver a ton of features you would normally expect from more expensive chairs.
It’s got zero gravity technology, full body airbags, foot rollers, lumbar heating, 4 auto massage programs, and an intuitive remote control. You can even customize your massage to target specific areas of your body.
And finally, the massage chair reviews by users have been very high and have remained positive in the following years.
- 2020 Updating favor 03 plus: Add Bluetooth audio play and changing Led light, 6 auto modes, more functional and affordable.
- Zero Gravity: One button zero-gravity design, feel virtually weightless.Built in heater to lower back and foot.
- Full Body Masage: 8 massage neck back rollers, 50 airbags placed to the shoulders, arms, hips, calves, and feet, lower back Heating, and...
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The very affordable BestMassage EC-06 has surprising features that you would normally find in much more expensive products. Our favorite features include the full body shiatsu massage experience (so expensive when you get this done in a hotel!), zero-gravity feature, waist heating, rolling foot massage, its build quality, and quiet operation.
It also makes use of the L-track system. An L-track refers to “track” of the massage chair rollers that go up and down your spine, and further down to your buttocks.
- ★【ADJUSTABLE MASSAGE CHAIR】: You can adjust the angle of the massage chair according to your needs. Speed control, width control,...
- ★【AIR MASSAGE SYSTEM with HEAT THERAPY】: There are total 21 air bags which are strategically located in the arms, hips, shoulder,...
- ★【COMPUTERIZED BODY SCANNING】:Smart body scan technology scans your body to detect your body size for individual custom fit...
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The Zero Gravity Shiatsu massage chair is a popular choice for both the home, forward-thinking offices, and even wellness centers. Don’t be surprised if you see this model being used in a spa. A mid-range chair boasting solid features, the Zero Gravity Shiatsu has 3 (three) zero gravity positions, L-track rollers, body scanning, remote control, built-in heating airbag system, and deep tissue massage.
As an added bonus, the Zero Gravity Shiatsu massage chair recliner is lightweight – you’ll be grateful when it comes time to rearrange your living room.
- REDESIGNED & UPGRADED W/ ONE HAND OPERATION REMOTE CONTROLLER, GENTLE YET FIRM MASSAGE ROLLERS, REDUCED AIRBAG PRESSURE FOR ARM & CALF - 4...
- THREE STAGE ULTRA AUTOMATIC ZERO GRAVITY MULTI-FUNCTION MASSAGE CHAIR: Zero gravity chairs elevate your feet to the same level as your...
- BUTTLOCK L-TRACKING MASSAGE SYSTEM: The rollers glide from the upper back all the way down under the seat. This new rolling system provides...
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BestMassage chairs have a reputation for being very nice on the pocket and yet delivering a great massage that leaves buyers very happy with their purchases. Fans of this particular model of the BestMassage chair tout this over more expensive premium chairs that they have previously owned.
I was particularly intrigued by reviews talking about how it is “heaven on your back and kinky on your ass”, or how it “works your butt over like a Greek” so we just had to check it out. And guess what? It’s true.
Apart from some amazing action on your behind, the chair has some pretty surprising features despite its budget price. It has full body zero gravity technology, an amazing 50″ L-track, roller massagers, space-saving technology, body sensor, and foot roller scraping.
The Ideal Massage Shiatsu Chair has an amazing array of features for its price. It’s got 3 zero-gravity positions, customizable massage sessions from 5 to 30 minutes, 14 massage type combinations, body scanning, and 4 electric massage functions including Shiatsu, Spinal Roll, Vibrate, and Knead. This chair also has built-in massage therapy which is awesome for tired and sore muscles.
If you can’t justify spending several thousands for a chair massager, this body shiatsu massage chair recliner is a great alternative.
If you have an aching back or like deep tissue massage, then this Forever rest massage chair may just what you need. It massages deep and strong, thus perfect for those suffering from muscle and lower back pain.
It also has full body zero gravity, 4 automatic programs with 7 variations, and an excellent rolling foot massage. One of our favorites is the Yoga stretch mode. It is reminiscent of the stretch you get from a session with your chiropractor. Great value for your money!
The responsive customer support is also a definite plus.
Human Touch is a brand known for quality budget chairs (they’re on a 6-year winning streak in the Awards for Design Excellence competition). “Cheap” and “quality” are two words that usually don’t go well together but this brand manages it amazingly well. Time-tested, the iJoy-2580 has proven itself as an excellent massage chair that will last and last.
Favorite features include the three automated massage programs that promote relaxation and whole body healing. Unlike the usual bulky massage chair, the iJoy-2580 is light and occupies very little space.
If you’re looking for an affordable option that will last for years, check out the Human Touch massage chairs.
The Authentic Beautyhealth Shiatsu is a medium-priced chair that offers a wide range of features that you would normally only expect to find on high-priced models. It has 24 types of massages, 2 intensity levels, 3D back scan, foot and calf massagers, and up to 30 minutes of massage time.
The Beautyhealth Shiatsu has no built-in heat. Rather, it makes use of a Jade infrared heating hand massager which can be excellent at targeting problem points in the body. We think the majority of people want their chair to automatically generate heat without them having to do anything – so bear in mind that this model isn’t completely passive.
The Kahuna LM6800 is a complete and very capable massage chair. It has an L-track massage system, (not one but) 2 zero gravity positions, body scanning, foot massage, heat therapy, 4 automated programs with 3 levels of intensity, and the crowd favorite 30-minute Yoga program.
Another thing that we like about the LM6800 is how it can fit very tall or heavy individuals. This is often an issue with other products in the market. Overall, for its price, you get a very good deal for features and quality.
The Osaki OS-4000T doesn’t come as cheap as the other chairs on this list but it’s one of our favorite picks. It’s a very solid investment given the features, quality of design and assembly, and the years of service you will get out of this chair. In addition, buying from a reputable brand like Osaki will give you peace of mind you might not get from other cheaper (or worse, no-name) brands.
This massage chair has an army of features which include body scanning, a zero gravity system, 4 massage functions, 5 massage presets, soles and calves massage, 30-inch roller strokes, and an amazing 48 airbags cushioning almost your entire body. Unlike the BestMassage EC-06’s L-track rollers, the OS-4000T has an ergonomic S-track.
(To explain briefly, an S-track has the massage chair rollers going up and down your spine while an L-track extends down to the buttocks and hamstrings area. In an ideal world, you’d probably want an L-track, but it’s not a dealbreaker. For 99% of people the total chair experience is more important than individual features.)
Best Massage Chairs by Price
How much have you set aside as budget? Identify how much you can spend on your dream massage chair and check out the chairs that fall under that price range.
Best Elite Massage Chairs ($$$$$)
“The Best Your Money Can Buy”
If you’re wondering what the best massage chair for the money is, look no further. Though short, this list includes the crème de la crème in the world of professional massage chairs.
If you put one of these in front of the TV, trust us when we say that not even Breaking Bad will be able to stress you!
Inada Sogno Dreamwave Massage Chair
Out of all the premium massage chair choices, the Inada Sogno Dreamwave Massage Chair is on the most wish lists. This Japanese massage chair is so popular that it ALWAYS makes it to the Top 10 lists of Best Massage Chairs. It uses 101 air bags – true massage therapy!
Apart from this, we have four other exceptional chairs in our premium massage chair list. Check out our best massage chair reviews.
Panasonic EP-MA73 Pro Massage Chair
The EP-MA73 Pro is one of Panasonic’s higher end scale of massage chairs. Without a doubt, you get excellent quality and features from this Japanese brand known for having one of the highest reputations in the massage chair industry.
What sets this massage chair apart from other chairs in its class is the 3D Ultra Kneading technology that uses acupressure and shiatsu to work out knots and ease aching muscles. It also has a heated head and foot massage, and hand massage.
Like many chairs, it isn’t designed with NBA athletes in mind. So if you’re over 6’2″, we recommend the other premium massage chair options on this list, such as the iRobotics 6.
iRobotics 7 Ultimate Medical Massager
If you like to buy American, then the iRobotics 7 is the chair for you. It is the first robotic massage chair that’s all-US designed and it’s assembled in the US by the Luraco Company. Its customer support is also USA-based and you’re able to talk to a live human being.
As the name indicates, this premium full body massage chair uses proprietary intelligent robotic massage techniques. The specially designed modes are drool-worthy. The robots may be American but they are trained in the world’s best massage techniques. There’s Japanese and Swedish, plus modes called morning, night, health care, and deep tissue. It’s an awesome chair for stress-busting, relaxation AND pain relief from head to toe.
It is also designed with adjustable height and leg parts so that it can support any size of individual (which is a limitation even for some really good chairs).
Another Option: Infinity Iyashi Zero-Gravity Massage Chair
The Infinity Iyashi Zero-Gravity massage chair has all the requisite features in a premium massage chair including 2 zero gravity positions, 6 auto massage programs, and an advanced design. Its most outstanding feature though is its massage rollers. At 49 inches long, it is said to have the longest L-shaped track of all massage chairs currently in the market. A longer roller reach means more massage coverage up and down your spine.
Also, the Infinity Iyashi has one of the best built-in sound systems. If you’re a real audiophile, you’ll appreciate the quality of the speakers on this chair.
Best Premium Massage Chairs ($$$$)
“One step down from Elite, and still on Luxury levels”
We have two picks for the best premium massage chairs. If you have moolah to spend but can’t justify getting the most expensive brand or model out there, check out these two items.
Panasonic EP30007 Real Pro ULTRATM
The Panasonic EP30007 Real Pro ULTRATM is a limited edition model that’s made in Japan. It comes with an ultra-modern design, all the features of a premium chair, and an advanced Junetsu massage technique. The Junetsu technique is a Panasonic trademark that brings ancient Japan’s thumb-roll massage to massage chair technology.
And it’s approved by the American Chiropractic Association. This means it is highly recommended for therapeutic and chronic pain management uses.
Of all the Panasonic chairs we’ve reviewed in the past, the EP30007 is one of our favorites. To top it off, it comes at a lower price than other full body massage chairs of its class. Too bad it’s so hard to find in stock.
The Osaki OS-7200H is the latest from massage chair brand Osaki. The Osaki line of massage chairs has a reputation for delivering great therapeutic massage at prices that people can (happily) afford and the OS-7200H definitely does not disappoint.
It’s got the usual awesome features of premium chairs – plus five strength settings for mild to deep body massages, an air massage system that promotes blood flow and banishes fatigue, heat in the lumbar area for relaxing muscle tissue, and a sleek frame reminiscent of the Inada Dreamwave.
Best Mid-Ranged Priced Massage Chairs ($$$)
Looking for something with a middling price tag? Check out these massage chairs.
Interestingly, you can find this quote on the Inada website:
Self-Evident Truth #6: There are no good massage chairs out there for less than $2,500.
Osaki OS-4000T Executive Zero Gravity Massage Chair
The Osaki OS-4000T Executive Zero Gravity massage chair is the most popular massage chair in this set. You can’t have a Top 10 list of best massage chairs without finding the OS-4000T. It made our own list of course, which you can find at the top of this page.
Here are two other excellent chairs we recommend:
We still remember the very first time we laid our eyes on the Kahuna LM-7000 and our VERY first thought was, “Now that is some eye candy right there!“
Looks aside, the Kahuna massage chair has some pretty impressive features including a highly customizable massage experience where you can adjust the roller width, speed, and air cells pressure up to 3 levels. Massage session is also adjustable from 5 minutes to 30 minutes. There are 3 zero gravity positions plus a longer L-track roller system that reaches up to your thigh.
Buy with confidence as the Kahuna LM-7000 comes with a 5-year warranty plus it’s registered with the FDA as a Medical Device.
Cozzia 16028 Shiatsu Massage Chair
The Cozzia 16028 Shiatsu Massage Chair has been praised by a lot of users for its excellent full body massage experience. Its special quad rollers give the sensation of human hands massaging your muscles and gives off an uncanny human-like feel. The chair is very easy to use as just one touch of a button will give you access to the 7 programmed massage sequences.
This shiatsu massage chair does what it does very well but it IS missing some features like shoulder and calf massage so if you need to target these spots, you’ll have to look elsewhere.
Best Affordable Massage Chairs ($$)
Trust us when we say that you can purchase a good quality massage chair for a decent price — one that won’t break the bank or upset your budget for the entire year.
Because we love getting value for money, 3 out of the 4 chairs under this price range made it to our Top 10 list (above). These are the Relaxonchair Zero Gravity Shiatsu, the Kahuna LM6800, and the Authentic Beautyhealth Shiatsu.
The 4th best in this price range is:
BestMassage Zero Gravity Soft 3D Hand Massage EC01
The Zero Gravity EC01 comes at a very affordable price point. Thus, the elegant design and realistic massage experience are a pleasant surprise.
It comes with 8 massage functions including our favorites: Shiatsu (for relaxation), Chop Action Tapping (for soreness), and Percussion (for deep pressure massage). The massage techniques address taut muscles, stiff joints, bad circulation, and cellulite storage.
On drawback of the EC01 is that it doesn’t have heat for any part of the body.
And there’s more… If you want to go a few hundred bucks less, check out these models.
Three out of the four chairs in this price range made it to our Top 10 list. These are the BestMassage Shiatsu Recliner, BestMassage EC-06C, and the iJoy-2580.
There’s more about these models in the top 10 list at the top of this page. You can click HERE to make the jump. In the meantime, here is our 4th pick:
Full Body Shiatsu Chair Recliner Bed EC-69
The Full Body Shiatsu Chair EC-69 has 5 massage options, durable materials, a less bulky frame, and an affordable price. The chair works by using a vibrating effect which helps soften the thick fatty layers of the body and improve blood flow. It also gives off a rejuvenating and relaxing massage.
Due to the design though, this shiatsu massage chair is not built for bigger or bulkier folks. It’s also not recommended for casual sitting as the padding is not too thick and you might feel the chair rollers underneath. That means you’d use it as a chair to go and get a massage in, and not as the main chair you’d sit in to watch TV.
Best Cheap Massage Chairs ($)
We like to call these chairs as something short of miraculous. Who knew you can buy a good quality massage chair for a few hundred bucks?
These chairs don’t have the full suite of features you get in the most expensive chairs (you won’t get a full-body massage), but they do provide an excellent massage experience.
Thanks to these low budget chairs, anybody with a few hundred bucks can enjoy a reclining massage chair for home use.
iJoy Active 2.0 Massage Chair
We love the iJoy Active 2.0. It reminds us of that wee train in The Little Engine That Could in that it’s a feisty little character who won’t let his size hold him back. It’s so good that it’s even ended up in our list of the Top 10 Massage Chairs (above).
HomCom Deluxe Heated Vibrating PU Leather Massage Recliner Chair
The HomCom Deluxe is a well-made chair with basic features. It has 5 pre-programmed massage settings, massage in four zones, and even a heated seat. There are no rollers on the HomCom reclining massage chair but it does offer an invigorating vibrating body massage.
Relaxzen 60-425111 Leisure Recliner Chair
For the amazingly low price, the Relaxzen 60-425111 cannot be expected to have features like its more expensive high-end brothers. Still, it holds its own surprisingly well. It has 8 vibration massage motors, 5 intensity levels that can adjust the amount of pressure, and a heating pad for your lumbar area. If you’re after a relaxing massage, then you’ll definitely get it with this chair. As a bonus, some people also find that it is effective for pain management and that it helps with their arthritis and back pain.
Obviously, this recliner chair is not perfect. Made in China, it can be a bit noisy (like a vibrating phone on a table) and the swivel base can tip you over if you’re picking something up. Except for these manageable issues, the Relaxzen 60-425111 is the perfect example of a budget chair done right.
Massaging Black Leather Recliner and Ottoman
The Massaging Black Leather Recliner and Ottoman is the last massage chair on our list. Similar to other budget massage chairs, it has basic features, 5 programmed massage settings, vibrating massage, a light structure, and a manual recline. The vibrating massage experience is very relaxing and is able to cover your back, lumbar area, legs, and thighs.
Because of the very affordable price, quality assembly, and satisfactory massage experience, a lot of people buy this budget recliner chair.
Massage Chair Brands You Can Trust
If you’re planning to buy an electric massage chair, you need to know the best massage chair brands in this niche. These things are expensive and there’s a big chance that if you choose wrong, you’ll be saddled with a gargantuan paperweight in your living room.
Nowadays, Real Relax’ Full Body Zero Gravity chair is a big hit. I won’t be surprised if you wandered on here to check if the company is on our shortlist. For now, the jury is still out on its durability as it is a relatively new player.
Instead, we are going with the time-tested and respected brands that have given us some amazing names in the massage chair universe.
Why big brands are the way to go
- First, the big massage chair brands have their names on the line. Producing and marketing substandard products will only hurt their reputation and brand image.
- These brands have been in the business for years and have built up their reputation through hard work and a genuine track record of producing quality massage chairs.
- These companies usually come with excellent customer support and this is important when you have issues or questions about your purchase.
- If you need to get your warranty fulfilled, it’s easier to circle back with these manufacturers.
Sure you can get dirt cheap deals at fairs, parking lot sales, and carnivals. However, it’s not uncommon to lose your cash deposit, get saddled with a lemon, or be sold a chair with dubious quality from a fly-by-night company. Buying from trustworthy brands pays for itself in the end.
So what are the top massage chair brands in the market? Apart from one respected Japanese brand, the others are American. The Japanese are well-known for their advances in technology and machinery, and we Americans are known for going to the MOON, so yes, we can make a good massage chair.
Japanese brands are hands down the best in my humble opinion. The construction and design are simply top notch. While you can run into problems with brands like Fujita that actually make their products in China, this isn’t an issue with the premium Japanese brands. And of all the Japanese brands out there, my favorite is the Inada.
I just love most, if not all their models. I personally go for massage chairs for relaxation but Jane has a lot of aches and pains due to arthritis and whatnot. And this is where the Inada brand shines: They are perfect for people with bone and muscle issues or for people who are engaged in demanding athletics.
(For a bit of brand history, Inada has been in the business since 1962.)
Let’s just put it this way. If you have the money to spend on one great chair, we’d be pointing you to an Inada chair.
Here is an interview of a guy who purchased one chair, returned it, and ended up with an Inada:
Apart from trying out the chairs ourselves, Jane and I also thoroughly researched what real people were saying about these chairs and the feedback was really good. One of the recurring themes was what great chairs they were and how absolutely durable they were. Almost indestructible, they would write. A Human Touch chair would just go on and on and on. And at such an affordable price! Their chairs start at $500.
For this article, I actually dived into their History page and it was very revealing. In fact, I now understand why we liked the brand so much. Human Touch is apparently made up of people who are very proud of what they do. They take the creation and production of their chairs very seriously and obviously think of their brand as something akin to a family member.
And I just have to mention, it’s a huge green flag when a manufacturer has a really good website. Many brands don’t even have one, and so you won’t be able to see the faces behind the brands. But not this company. Their CEO, Engineering, and Design heads are at the forefront.
For that reason, I really enjoyed this video. Not only will you see their customer support team at Long Beach, California, you’ll also see their Engineering head talk about how they manufactured their chairs so that hazardous and dangerous substances are kept out.
I also stumbled across a video of Dr. Wiedner paying the Human Touch company a visit and getting a tour. The video is old though but the exciting part is when they strip down a chair and you can see the mechanisms inside.
Summing up, Human Touch is a great US brand with an excellent customer support in California.
The name Osaki sounds Japanese and it can be mistaken for a Japanese brand. However, Osaki has its chairs manufactured in China and their base of operations (or their customer support at least) in Carrollton, Texas. Apart from massage chairs, they also sell handheld massagers, foot massagers, and other back relief and fitness products.
I personally lean towards Japanese-made products compared to Chinese-made ones, however, I have noticed that big retail brands like Buildabear Workshop and Miniso (two of our favorite retail brand names) have their products similarly manufactured in China. It appears that there is a difference between the no-name knock-off Chinese products that flood the market versus the big-name brands that have their products manufactured by the Chinese. I attribute this to stringent and high quality control systems in place. Overall, Osaki massage chairs are built well enough that they’ve made it to our Top 10 massage chair list and other top 10 lists out there by other websites.
In addition to a great design and functionality of their chairs, the second shining attribute of Osaki is their excellent customer support. We read about how massage chair expert Dr. Alan Wiedner decided to carry the Osaki brand in his own showroom because of this very reason.
So, if the other Japanese and US luxury brands are too expensive for your pocket, check out massage chairs by Osaki.
Luraco is proudly an all-US company. Believe it or not, they don’t only make massage chairs, they also have products in the military and industrial sector. This is probably why their models look so badass.
They’re based out in Arlington, Texas and specialize in robotic massage chairs. The sheer number of patents they hold is crazy.
This dedication to advanced technologies is reflected in the medical massage chair line up. On the high end of the spectrum in terms of price, the iRobotics and the Legend nevertheless deliver when it comes to features and durability.
Some of the special features of iRobotics include voice commands, monitoring of blood pressure and heart rate, and robotic technology. The fact that these chairs are proudly US made means that the sizing for these chairs is especially tailored for US buyers.
You can read what the Weber State University has to say about the health benefits of Luraco’s iRobotics 7 HERE.
If you want a harder massage (the Inada chairs have softer massages) and want some serious advanced features (e.g. a foot roller and a good remote control), check out Luraco chairs.
Website: https://www.kahunachair.com/ (warning – obnoxious autoplay music and videos)
We can’t leave out America’s bestseller can we? If you asked us what our most popular massage chair review is, we can easily and quickly answer — it’s the Kahuna. (You can read our review HERE.)
Now bear in mind, I think a huge factor that people are buying this a lot is that it provides a good balance of price and features. You can get a lot of the features that you would normally only get from premium chairs.
Kahuna massage chairs are distributed by AJX.LLC and have been in business since 1997.
Massage chairs have incredible long-term benefits to your health, sleep, and mental well-being. When setting your budget, consider the cost per day over 5 years. Would you pay 3 dollars a day for a luxurious shiatsu massage? Of course you would!
There’s really no reason not to invest. We hope you found this buying guide helpful. As you can see, we put a lot of work into all of the above best massage chair reviews. Do please get in touch and tell us how much you love your new chair!
Philip and Jane
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