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Human Touch Massage Chairs
Human Touch’s handsome massage chairs merge technology and comfort, helping owners decompress with techniques that mimic those used by chiropractors and massage therapists. A quad roller powered by five motors follows the natural curve of the spine, delivering a customizable blend of kneading, percussion, compression, and rolling actions. Three 15-minute programs focus on the entire back, lower back, or neck and shoulders, and a two-speed massager integrated into the footrest limbers up the calves and feet. The chair also fully reclines to give owners a full-body stretch and sense of how Superman feels when flying upside down.
- Quad roller moves three-dimensionally along spine’s natural Z curve
- Kneading, percussion, compression, and rolling actions
- Three 15-minutes massage programs: refresh entire back, release lower back, and relieve neck and shoulders
- Neck massager and two-speed foot and calf massager
- Chair fully reclines to provide a full-body stretch
- Visco-elastic memory-foam cushions
- Solid oak lower armrest and base
- May boost relaxation and circulation
- Recommended by the World Federation of Chiropractic
- Reclines between 115º and 170º
- Automatically shuts off after 15 minutes, just like the media’s fame sensor
- Wired ergonomic control for customizing the massage
- Seat width: 20”
- Distance to wall: 16”
- Condition: refurbished
- Upright-chair dimensions: 45”x28.5”x43.5”
- Reclined-chair dimensions: 67”x28”
- Weight: 150 lb.
The Fine Print
Limit 3/person, 2/gifts. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders delivered within 12 business days of purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. FINAL SALE; no returns unless defective. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name/shipping address/phone number/email at checkout, shared to facilitate shipping. Valid only for weekday deliveries. $150 return/restocking fee applies to refused deliveries or after 3rd delivery attempt. Goods sold by Groupon Goods. How is the strike-through price determined?