The Fujikura 2000 chair is very tempting to potential buyers because of the competitive price. You get many features for your money. However, do the featured features make it a good robot massager chair, or are they just the promotion of gimmick that you can do without?
The first thing that can make some customers away from this Fujikura massage chair is the look. The company has done its best to make the chair look very contemporary and give an impression of a chair using advanced technology. However, the metallic armrests and the floor rails will not appeal to everyone or blend with their house cushions.
If its appearance does not extinguish you want to know what massage features you get. Well, with this chair you get a lot. This is mainly due to the number of rolls and bags used. There is an 11 engine system, with an intelligent 4 roller system. The intelligent system measures the shape of the backing and automatically adjusts the four rollers. While this system is not as sophisticated as the optical sensors used in either Inada or OSIM massage chair, it seems to work quite satisfactorily in addition, you pay almost double for either of these two chairs but they are worth considering if you have the money and want to Have the best in massage chair techniques.
What is a very good plus point is the vertical length of the rear roller. Its a very long 29. This is an important consideration, especially if you are tall. In fact, all Fujikura massage chairs are very generous in their overall size some of the largest available and fits better for the typical American frame.
Footrests are one of the better available. They are equipped with power and retractable and come with an impressive tally of 20 airbags with sun and back heating. You can fine tune the foot massage because there are 5 levels to choose from for a stronger to a weaker massage.
But for most, its the real important consideration number and sophisticated massage situations. 2000 does not disappoint in this section. The modes include shiatsu, kneading, vintage, wavelet alternate strokes along the backs that press both the back muscles and spinal cord, pummel and rhythm. In addition, there are three special massage modes. The puncture massage uses scrolling, kneading, pressing or tapping massage to continuously massage a certain point along the spinal column. The moving massage, as the name suggests, moves along the spine. The Auto Massage mode offers a complete 20 minute massage with all massage modes. There are also 4 easy to use health care programs.
The chair also has bags in the thighs and buttocks to relieve the stiffness of the body.
Overall, the chair is very impressive and is definitely one of the best robotic massage chairs you can buy at this price. However, there are 2 points that the chair makes disappointed.
It has power recline but it does not have a single tap system, which means you have to hold it down until it reaches its maximum reset mode at 170 degrees. This is probably okay for most people, but for those with short reach it means they have to stay there until the chair is fully tilted before they can then lie down.
Secondly, the chair has a music therapy system. All this entails is that it lets you plug in your own mp3 to listen to music. The chair comes with remote control, headphones, speaker, Mp3 player and USB flash drive. It should not be confused with the music recovery system that you get with either an Inada or OSIM massage chair. These chairs let the music determine what kind of massage is given; rock music for a very physical massage or soothing classically for a soothing. This is very sophisticated technology and is much more than offered with Fujikura 2000. But technology does not come cheap; You would pay thousands more for one of these chairs.
Despite these minor complaints, Model 2000 Massage Chair of Fujikura is a very good alternative and represents amazing value for money and it receives very high ratings from almost every customer review.