Unwind at the end of a long day by sinking into the soothing comfort of the Osaki TP-8500 massage chair. The TP-8500 features an unprecedented 53 inch roller track which ranges from your neck to the back of your thighs. The chair utilizes next generation airbag technology to compress against your shoulders, arms, and legs. Other key features include Zero Gravity, lumbar heat, foot rollers, five auto programs, six manual massage techniques, and space saving recline.
Osaki TP-8500 Features
53" L-Track Massage
The Osaki TP-8500 massage chair is equipped with an ultra-long L-Track roller system.The TP-8500’s quad roller mechanism massages your neck, entire back, and travels underneath the seat to reach your glutes and upper hamstring muscles. The TP-8500’s roller track clocks in at 53 inches, making it one of the longest massage strokes in the industry.
Zero Gravity Recline
The NASA-inspired Zero Gravity position reclines the chair such that your legs are placed above your heart. Zero Gravity not only evenly distributes your weight across the chair, but also removes stress across the back and reduces tension throughout the body.
Space Saving Design
The Osaki TP-8500 can safely be placed within 3 inches of a wall even when fully reclined. This space saving feature greatly reduces the chair’s footprint.
Mechanical Foot Rollers
The Osaki TP-8500 is equipped with dual, spinning mechanical foot rollers at the bottom of your feet. This applies a soothing, kneading-style massage targeting your soles, arches and heels. While the rollers work the undersides of your feet, airbags compress against the sides of your feet.The foot roller mechanism has three adjustable levels of speed. The speed of the foot rollers closely corresponds with its intensity.
Arm Pocket Airbags
The Osaki TP-8500’s 36 airbag system compresses against your body during the massage. Airbags target the arms & hands, outer shoulders, calves, and feet.The airbags have three levels of intensity, ranging from a mild to strong squeeze.
The lumbar region of the Osaki TP-8500 features dual heating pads that can be activated to enhance your massage experience. Once turned on, heat warms up your body, increases blood flow, and heals sore muscles as the rollers travel up and down the spine.
Customized Body Scan
The Osaki TP-8500 maps your back and automatically detects acupressure points, tailoring the massage for your unique body type.
5 Auto Programs
The Osaki TP-8500 makes it easy to get started. Select from five therapeutic automated programs with the tap of a button. Choose from Ache/Relieve, Comfort, and Relax. The TP-8500 also offers localized programs designed to target the Upper Body and Lower Body.
With the Osaki TP-8500’s manual mode, you can choose to massage your entire back, a partial area of your back, or even a fixed area of your back with five massage roller techniques (Shiatsu, Flapping, Kneading, Knocking, and Kneading/Flapping combination).
Two Memory Slots
Two manual programs can be stored into the Osaki TP-8500’s remote for future use. This allows you save a massage you enjoy without having to create it again during your next sitting.
Easy to Use Remote
The intuitive remote control allows you to select the auto programs, manual programs, recline position, alter the airbag intensity (3 levels of adjustment), make speed/width roller adjustments (3 levels each), power on/off the chair, and more. The remote can be tucked away in a pocket along the side panel when not in use.
The Osaki TP-8500 has a convenient “Quick Controls” panel underneath the arm pockets which can be used to turn the chair on/off, recline the chair back, and adjust the footrest position without having to reach for the remote control. The panel even has a USB port to charge your mobile phone while you’re enjoying your therapeutic massage.
Spring Loaded Footrest
The spring loaded footrest extends by pushing outward with your legs. The Osaki TP-8500’s footrest extends up to 5.5 inches, which will safely accommodate a user up to 6’1″ in height.
The Osaki TP-8500’s back stretch function helps loosen up the spine, especially the low back where most tension forms.