Best in Class
I previously purchased a 4D and was disappointed because it didn't offer a good stretch or deep tissue massage. Consequently, I returned the chair and visited a couple of local stores to try out various massage chairs, including those from top-of-the-line brands.
Based on my extensive testing, the Osaki Vivo outperforms every other chair on the market in terms of massage quality, though it does have some drawbacks.
Osaki Vivo Pros:
- It provides a best-in-class massage experience due to smooth rollers similar to the Maestro LE.
- The stretch function is comparable to other dual-track massage chairs.
- Each massage mode is distinct. For instance, the Yoga Stretch is complex and rejuvenating, while the Relax massage or gentle massage is particularly calming, making it ideal before bedtime. Personally, I often find myself falling asleep during the Relax massage because it's that good.
- The chair offers a range of massage intensities, from gentle to deep tissue.
- It is manufactured in one of the best facilities.
- Users can adjust time, speed, intensity, air pressure, and massage techniques.
- The arm rollers are unique, and users can adjust the intensity.
- The chair provides slight hip sways due to hip and waist airbags.
Osaki Vivo Cons:
- The voice control is mediocre but functional.
- The tablet control is not in the same class as Luminary, Nokori, or DuoMax. Supreme Hybrid tablet control is not that great either.
- There is no user profile saving option, but personally,…